The award winners for this year’s SXSW Film Festival have been announced, with Olivia Newman‘s First Match winning the Narrative Feature Competition and Gabriel Silverman and Fiona Dawson‘s TransMilitary picking up the award for Documentary Feature. Take a look at the fill
If you weren’t already prepared to be blown away by Wes Anderson’s upcoming animated film Isle of Dogs, take a look at this newly released behind the scenes featurette, which goes through the painstaking and extremely meticulous process of bringing this stop
The Criterion Collection has announced their June 2018 lineup, which includes Lino Bocka‘s Manila in the Claws of Light, Víctor Erice‘s El Sur, Michael Moore‘s Bowling for Columbine, John Waters‘ Female Trouble, and Ingmar Bergman‘s The Virgin Spring.
The 2018 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is set to kick off April 5th, and today they have announced their opening and closing night selections along with the recipients of the Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant.
A24 has released a new trailer for Bo Burnham‘s upcoming coming of age comedy Eighth Grade. The film stars Elsie Fisher as an awkward eighth grader attempting to navigate the tricky waters of adolescence- something most of us know all too well.
Although more than half the movie-going population is female, there’s certainly a disproportionate number of female voices in criticism and now the new media review aggregator CherryPicks aims to highlight these women by providing a platform exclusively designed for them. Judging
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.
One of my biggest disappointments of Sundance this year was not being able to see Sorry to Bother You from director Boots Riley, due to scheduling conflicts. Fortunately, Annapurna Pictures will be releasing it this summer and we can all witness the craziness
Largely set in a single location, the sci-fi thriller by Alex Haughey and Brian Vidal, Prodigy, proves to be an entertaining, albeit flawed, affair about a broken man interviewing a prodigious child with demons of her own.
As the titles implies, this is an absolutely wild story, filled with constant intrigue, and for someone like myself who was completely unfamiliar with the events that took place, I was hanging on every twist and turn, gobsmacked at the next bit of craziness that was revealed.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Armando Iannucci's offbeat comedy The Death of Stalin. Other films discussed include Midnighters, I, Daniel Blake, Veronica, Last Men in Aleppo, The Outsider, and Demon House.
A new trailer has been released for Eddie Alcazar‘s trippy sci-fi thriller Perfect, ahead of its premiere at this year’s SXSW. The film stars Garrett Wareing as a man who gives in to temptation and orders body implants that seem to mess him