A we continue to highlight entries in this season’s Fandependent Film Festival, this week our pick comes to us from Chris de Krijger and Mischa Dols and their film Hemelpoort. The film revolves around a newly deceased man who, after entering the
A new festival trailer has been released for the upcoming thriller Before I Fall in which a girl is doomed to live out the same day over and over again, questioning just how perfect her perfect life is. The film is directed
A festival trailer for Adrian Murray‘s comedy Withdrawn has been released ahead of its premiere at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival in Park City. The film revolves around Aaron, a slacker living in a basement who finds a credit card and decides
A festival trailer has been released for Jordan Canning‘s comedy Suck It Up, making its premiere at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival. Written by Julia Hoff, the film stars Erin Carter and Grace Glowicki as two best friends heading to the mountains in order
The Fall 2016 Fandependent Films Festival has concluded and this season’s winners have been announced. Jorge Ortigoza‘s The Last Christmas (La Ultima Navidad), pictured above, got first place and will receive a distribution deal through Indie Rights.
Having just wrapped their successful Fall season, submissions are now being accepted for the 2017 Fandependent Films Winter Festival. For this edition, the fest will focus on short films, highlighting 60 of the top submissions.
Sundance has announced the lineup for their 2017 shorts program, which includes Come Swim (pictured), Kristen Stewart’s first directorial effort. The slate includes 68 titles total.
Earlier today, the Slamdance Film Festival announced the lineups for their Special Screenings, Beyond, and Shorts programs, featuring another batch of very interesting sounding films that I’ll definitely be looking forward to catching.
Three new stills have been released for Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott’s upcoming thriller Bushwick, which is set to have its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival as part of their midnight lineup in January. The film stars Brittany Snow as
The Sundance Film Festival announced their lineup for the Premiere, Spotlight, Midnight, Kids, and Special Events sections, which round out the 2017 festival, once again featuring a massive and exciting lineup.
From its fantastic opening credits, I knew I was going to be into Sophia Takal’s psychological drama Always Shine. It instantly evoked some sort of dread that I really couldn’t put my finger on, but those De Palma-esque scrolling letters were enough for me to know this wasn’t going to be a happy-go-lucky comedy about two friends heading to Big Sur for the weekend.
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival runs from January 19-29th in Park City, and today several lineups were announced. As usual, there are several intriguing titles slated in several categories, including: U.S. Dramatic Competition, U.S. Documentary Competition, World Cinema Dramatic Competition, World Cinema
I can’t believe it, but the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival is just around the corner again and today the feature narrative and documentary films in competition have been announced. As always, the lineup looks like an interesting and eclectic group of films
One of the more intriguing documentaries screening at AFI Fest this year is Dean Fleischer-Camp‘s Fraud, a film comprised of home movie footage of a family desperate to achieve the American Dream no matter the cost.
A new trailer and poster has been released for Robert Lung‘s upcoming documentary Finding Kukan, which is ready to make its North American debut at Doc NYC next week. The film is an investigation of Li Ling-Ai, the un-credited producer of Kukan,