The 2020 Final Girls Berlin Film Festival revealed the lineup of horror films written directed, and/or produced by women and non-binary filmmakers.
The Utah Film Critics awarded South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite the top honor of Best Picture of 2019. The film was also recognized as Best Non-English Language Film.
The Chicago Film Critics Association announced the nominees for their top film honors of 2019. Nominees include Atlantics, Honey Boy, Hail Satan?, Transit and Uncut Gems.
PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE, MARRIAGE STORY, PARASITE Among Films Nominated for Phoenix Critics Circle 2019 Awards
Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Marriage Story, and Parasite are among the films nominated by the Phoenix Critics Circle for the best films of 2019 awards.
One hundred fifty-nine features have been submitted for consideration in the Documentary Feature category for the 92nd Academy Awards.
25 documentary films from 12 countries are the latest Sundance Institute Documentary Fund and Stories of Change Grantees.
The 2019 Calgary Underground Film Festival will open with the Canadian Premiere of the Australian zombie horror rom-com LITTLE MONSTERS starring Academy Award Winner Lupita Nyong’o.
The 2019 Las Vegas Film Festival will spotlight a mix of feature films and documentaries including a documentary about The Amazing Johnathan, and Robin Greenspun’s personal portrait of local businesswoman Amy Ayoub.
The Ashland Independent Film Festival announced its lineup of over 150 films for the eighteenth annual festival, April 11-15, 2019, in Ashland, Oregon.
The Florida Film Festival will screen 184 films for the 28th Annual Festival, April 12 to 21, 2019, in Maitland and Winter Park, Florida. The festival will open with Woman in Motion, directed by Todd Thompson.
2019 What The Fest!? Film Festival Announces Lineup, Opens with World Premiere of Larry Fessenden’s DEPRAVED
IFC Center announced the full slate of the 2019 What The Fest!? film festival, a five-day showcase of outrageous content — horror, sci-fi, documentary, thrillers, and beyond.
The provocative Sundance-sensation Hail Satan? opens the 2019 Boston Underground Film Festival chronicling the rise of one of America’s most controversial religious movements, The Satanic Temple.