At the 69th Berlin International Film Festival, IFP founder Sandra Schulberg, Wieland Speck, French filmmaker Agnès Varda, German director Herrmann Zschoche will be honored with the Berlinale Camera.
NAME OF FILM: FACES PLACES
DIRECTOR(S): Agnès Varda, JR
GENRE: Documentary Film
SYNOPSIS: Varda, at 89 years old, hits the road in a van with superstar French photographer JR, 55 years her junior, in search of the people and their villages that define rural France and make it what it is. They travel the countryside, inviting villagers to pose for JR’s camera, and the massive prints he produces in the back of the van are then affixed to various buildings.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Mexican drama Roma was named Film of the Year, while Cuarón also won Director of the Year at the 39th London Critics’ Circle Film Awards.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ THE FAVOURITE Leads with 10 Nominations for 39th London Critics’ Circle Film Awards
Yorgos Lanthimos’ black comedy The Favourite was out front with 10 nominations for the 39th annual London Critics’ Circle Film Awards.
Sight & Sound, the BFI’s international film magazine, today named Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma as the Best Film of 2018 in one of the most anticipated and respected critics’ opinion poll: Sight & Sound’s Films of the Year.
AT ETERNITY’S GATE to Open 2018 Marrakech International Film Festival, Fest Unveils Official Selection
From November 30 to December 8, 2018, festival-goers and cinema-lovers alike will discover no fewer than 80 films coming from 29 different countries at the 17th Marrakech International Film Festival
Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival Releases 2018 Lineup, Opens with RBD, Documentary on Ruth Bader Ginsburg
RBG, a revealing and exciting portrayal of the Notorious RBG herself, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will open this year’s 2018 Traverse City Film Festival
The Shape of Water along with Hitman’s Bodyguard lead the nominations for the 19th annual Golden Trailer Awards competition
Call Me by Your Name, Get Out, I, Tonya, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, The Big Sick, Ingrid Goes West and Lady Bird, all snagged awards at this afternoon’s 33rd Film Independent Spirit Awards.
This year, the 21st edition of the New Orleans French Film Festival will kick off earlier than usual, beginning on February 23 and running through March 1, 2018, and will spotlight 17 feature films, 5 shorts, a retrospective of the magnificent Agnès Varda
Actress-comedian Tiffany Haddish and actor-director Andy Serkis, joined by Academy President John Bailey, announced the 90th Academy Awards nominations today, with “The Shape of Water” leading with 13 nominations
The women have voted! The Alliance of Women Film Journalists announced the winners of the 2017 AWFJ EDA Awards, and in the ‘Best Of’ section, this year’s big winner is “THE SHAPE OF WATER“, garnering EDA Awards in two categories including Best Film, Best Director for Guillermo del Toro.
Lady Bird is the big winner of the 2017 National Society of Film Critics awards, grabbing the top prize for Best Picture of 2017, in addition to Best Director and Best Screenplay for Greta Gerwig; and Best Supporting Actress for Laurie Metcalf.
The Online Film Critics Society announced its 2017 awards and named Get Out by Jordan Peele the Best Picture of 2017. Other top winners include Faces Places for Best Documentary and BPM (Beats Per Minute) for Best Foregin Language Film.
“Lady Bird” scored with the Indiana Film Journalists Association (IFJA) awards, taking the top prize of best picture
Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, leads the nominations for the 2017 Houston Film Critics Society Awards with 11 nominations, including best picture and best director for Guillermo del Toro.
Josh and Benny Safdie’s Good Time took the top spot among films released in 2017 on Film Comment magazine’s annual end-of-year list.
Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name, leads the nominations for the 2017 Chicago Film Critics Association awards with eight nods, including Best Picture, and Guadagnino for Best Director.
THE FLORIDA PROJECT, Sean Baker’s coming-of-age film about little rascals growing up in the shadow of Disney World, was named Best Picture of 2017 by San Francisco Film Critics Circle
The Florida Project, Sean Baker’s drama about kids growing up in a welfare motel, was named the year’s Best Picture by the Toronto Film Critics Association.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has selected 15 films in the Documentary Feature category that will advance in the voting process for the 90th Academy Awards.
“CALL ME BY YOUR NAME,” “FACES PLACES,” “BPM,” “LOVELESS” Win 2017 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Honors
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) voted Call Me By Your Name the Best Picture of 2017, along with Best Actor for Timothée Chalamet, and Best Director for Luca Guadagnino
2017 New York Film Critics Circle Awards: LADY BIRD Voted Best Picture, FACES PLACES Wins Best Documentary
The New York Film Critics Circle today voted Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird the Best Picture of 2017 along with Best Actress for Saoirse Ronan.
The National Board of Review today named THE POST as Best Film of the Year, Greta Gerwig as Best Director of the Year for LADY BIRD, FOXTROT for Best Foreign Language Film
Call Me by Your Name leads the nominations for the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards with eight nods including Best Director and Best Feature.