The 2017 LA Film Festival is about to kick off starting June 14th, and today some additional screenings and events were announced, including a special gala screening of the upcoming prequel, Annabelle: Creation.
A new trailer has been released for Devin Rice‘s Being Black Enough or (How To Kill a Black Man), which is set to premiere at this year’s Dances With Films Festival in Los Angeles. The film, written, directed, and starring Rice, is
If you thought John Hillcoat’s post-apocalyptic drama The Road was a little too upbeat and light, then Stephen Fingleton’s feature debut, The Survivalist, will be right up your alley. In what could be the feel-bad movie of the year, Fingleton presents a gritty future, where the world’s oil supplies are depleted and the population has dwindled. We’ve seen this backdrop several times before but not in such an unflinching and graphically real way.
Matt Spicer‘s Ingrid Goes West has been announced as the closing night film for this year’s LA Film Festival, with additional Buzz and Premiere films being revealed.
The 28th edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival is set to take place in New York from June 9-18 and today the full lineup of films has been announced. This year 21 feature documentaries will be presented, tackling a variety
The 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival is about to kick off June 14 – June 22 and today Film Independent announced the full competition lineup. Boasting 37 World Premieres, 2 International Premieres, and 9 North American Premieres, this year’s festival is shaping up nicely,
Despite today’s torrential downpour, the weather is finally beginning to warm up and with that the 2017 Rooftop Films summer series is ready to kick off. Today, the full slate of films has been announced with a slew of great looking
While lacking in much substance, Like Me acts as a visually arresting social commentary, which is not about a hypothetical dystopian future but instead about a future we’re already living in that, for better or worse, is something we need to accept.
With all-star performances from Zoey Deutch and Joey Morgan and a touching, funny, slightly disturbing (in a good way) script, Flower is one of the best indie comedies I’ve had the pleasure of seeing this year and one that should not be missed.