The 2019 Overlook Film Festival will open with the US Premiere of Jim Jarmusch’s latest THE DEAD DON’T DIE starring Adam Driver and Tilda Swinton.
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WOMAN AT WAR, OUR BODIES OUR DOCTORS Win Audience Awards at 42nd Portland International Film Festival
Woman at War (Iceland/France/Ukraine) by director Benedikt Erlingsson took the top audience prize for Best Narrative Feature at the 42nd Portland International Film Festival.
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.
Gasparilla International Film Festival taking place from March 19th to 24th in Tampa Bay, Florida, announced the 31 films on the 2019 Feature Film Competition Lineup.
More than 40 films will compete in the three feature film juried competitions at the 43rd Cleveland International Film Festival for $30,000 in cash prizes.
Ithaca Fantastik will close the upcoming 7th edition in upstate NY with the breathtaking Swedish war drama THE UNTHINKABLE from Victor Danelland.
The Fantasia International Film Festival wrapped its 2018 edition on August 2nd with the sold out Canadian Premiere of Panos Cosmatos’ MANDY, and announced its final batch of awards, including the Audience Awards.
Fantastic Fest 2018 Unleashes First Wave of Films Incl. World Premiere of World War II Horror-Thriller OVERLORD
Fantastic Fest returns for its 14th year with more offbeat and brilliant cinema and revealed the first waves of films featured at the upcoming festival.
The Fantasia International Film Festival announced the award winners of the juried sections of its 22nd edition, with the festival’s Best Film Award going to Daniel Roby’s Paris-set science fiction adventure Just a Breath Away (Dans la brume)
“Dynamite Graffiti” “BuyBack” “Men on the Dragon” and more on 17th New York Asian Film Festival Lineup
From vicious, life destroying phone scams to balletic battles between equally corrupt cops and yakuza, the 17th edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), returns June 29 to July 15, 2018, with films that reflect on contemporary society