Jordana Mollick, Anna Rose Holmer and Nanfu Wang are the winners of Spirit Awards filmmaker grants awarded today at the annual Spirit Awards Nominee Brunch
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American Honey and Moonlight led nominations for the 2017 Spirit Awards with 6 each including Best Feature. Other nominees for Best Feature include Chronic, Jackie, and Manchester by the Sea.
The 2016 Fantasia International Film Festival celebrating its 20th Anniversary in Montreal kicks off today July 14 and runs through August 2. The festival will open with the World Premiere of Daniel Grou’s KING DAVE.
Michael Moore revealed the complete lineup of over 200 movies selected to screen at the 12th Traverse City Film Festival taking place July 26 to 31, 2016.
DELINQUENT by Kieran Valla is the big winner of the 2016 Brooklyn Film Festival, taking both the Grand Chameleon Award and the Award for Best Narrative Feature, in addition to the Best Actor award for Alex Shaffer.
The 2016 Fantasia Film Festival revealed its first wave of programming announcement including honoring filmmaker Guillermo del Toro with its prestigious Cheval Noir Award.
The US premiere of Sean Garrity’s award-winning Borealis will kick off the film lineup for the 2016 Brooklyn Film Festival, on Friday, June 3rd at returning BFF venue, the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg.
The 2016 Ashland Independent Film Festival will be celebrating its 15th anniversary this April by paying tribute to the roots of independent film.
The Chicago International Film Festival taking place October 15 to 29, 2015, announced the lineup for its New Directors Competition. Films in the New Directors Competition are receiving their World, North American, or U.S. Premiere at the Festival. This diverse lineup includes the stunningly composed GREATER THINGS receiving its World Premiere; EMBERS (pictured above), a thought-provoking sci-fi film having its NorthAmerican Premiere; HECTOR with powerhouse actor Peter Mullan (War Horse) in his best performance in years; SPARROWS, a […]
The 26th New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF), taking place October 14 to 22, 2015, revealed the 24 feature films selected for competition: eight films in the Narrative Films in Competition category, seven films in the Documentary Films in Competition category and nine films in the Louisiana Features category. NARRATIVE FEATURES (IN COMPETITION) “Cover Me” (dir. Garrett Bradley | USA | 2015 | 60 min. | Louisiana Premiere) A young musician grapples with isolation in a changing landscape as […]