Just Mercy, starring Michael B. Jordan as social justice warrior Brian Stevenson and Jamie Foxx as wrongly-convicted death row inmate, won the Virginia Film Festival Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature.
To The Stars (2019)
NAME OF FILM: TO THE STARS
DIRECTOR(S): Martha Stephens
STARRING: Malin Akerman, Liana Liberato, Adelaide Clemens
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: Bullied by her classmates, reclusive Iris finds small-town life pure torment; for self-assured Maggie, however, moving to the provinces provides an opportunity to stand out from the rest. A film excelling in finely wrought detail that takes us back to the 1960s, a time when society, bound by gender prejudice, detested the idea of individuality in women.
Napa Valley Film Festival returns this fall for the ninth edition, opening with Just Mercy, a powerful true story, starring Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson and Jamie Foxx.
The 32nd Virginia Film Festival will feature more than 150 films, including independent films along with hotly anticipated titles – Harriet, Just Mercy, Western Stars, Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story, The Two Popes.
NewFest, one of the world’s most respected LGBTQ film festivals, will kick off the festival’s 31st edition with the New York premiere of Mike Doyle’s Manhattan-set ensemble rom-com SELL BY,
Films from Chinese director Zhai Yixiang, Germany’s Jan-Ole Gerster and American director Martha Stephens are among the geographically diverse selections in the 54th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival main competition section.
The Seattle International Film Festival announced the complete 2019 lineup and will celebrate the work of Regina Hall by presenting her with the Seattle International Film Festival Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinema.
112 feature-length new independent feature films have been selected for the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.
COMING SOON: Production Wraps on Martha Stephens’ TO THE STARS, Starring Kara Hayward, Liana Liberato
Production has wrapped in Oklahoma for TO THE STARS, the latest feature film from director Martha Stephens (LAND HO!, PILGRIM SONG).