The award winning indie film Some Freaks starring Thomas Mann (ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL) and breakout Lily Mae Harrington (“The Glee Project”) will open in theaters and On Demand on August 4, 2017.
Some Freaks, The Eremites, Dog Years, Revengeance, The Nest, A Closer Walk With Thee are the winners of the top prizes in feature filmmaking at the 2017 Nashville Film Festival.
The upcoming 26th Florida Film Festival taking place April 21 to 30, 2017, in Maitland and Winter Park, Florida, will feature a lineup of 182 films.
Following the earlier announcement of the Music Films/Music City selection, Nashville Film Festival announced 48 additional feature films in the Narrative, Documentary, New Directors and Graveyard Shift competitions.
The 2017 Oxford Film Festival celebrated the best of the fest, handing out Hoka awards for Ian MacAllister-McDonald’s SOME FREAKS for Best Narrative Feature
The 2017 Oxford Film Festival taking place February 15 to 19, announced the full lineup of films. Katherine Dieckmann’s drama STRANGE WEATHER, starring Holly Hunter, is the opening night film
The 2016 Portland Film Festival announced the winners of this year’s awards, and SOME FREAKS and JACKSON are the big winners.
LAST DAYS OF SUMMER, PRISON DOGS, TWO WORLDS Win Top Awards at FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival
The 2016 FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) announced the Award Winners from its 20th edition, which ran from August 9 to 14th, 2016.
Yeon Sang-ho’s TRAIN TO BUSAN Wins Top Awards at 2016 Fantasia International Film Festival | TRAILERS
The 2016 Fantasia International Film Festival announced the award winners of its 20th edition, with the Cheval Noir Award for Best Feature going to TRAIN TO BUSAN by Yeon Sang-ho. TRAIN TO BUSAN also won the Gold Audience Award for Best Asian Feature.
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.