Montreal’s Fantasia Festival is gearing up for its first virtual edition and today the second wave of titles have been revealed, adding a big list of mouth-watering genre selections on top of an already impressive first wave.
The Surrogate picks back up in its final moments, leading to a risky conclusion that some may find frustrating but fits perfectly within the rest of the overall tone: that is —to raise questions and not answers, resulting in a thought-provoking, well-performed, and well-written indie drama that’s well worth a look.
The first wave of titles for Fantasia Festival, Montreal’s kick-ass, balls out genre festival have been announced, with an already impressive lineup for their first virtual edition.
The 2020 Brooklyn Film Festival has officially wrapped its first virtual edition and today the winners for this year’s festival have been announced. Adam Brown’s Into the Storm has been given the Grand Chameleon Award, with Jeanne Leblanc’s Our Own winning Best
The full lineup has been announced for the first We Are One: A Global Film Festival, which will feature over 100 titles streaming for free on YouTube beginning May 29th.
The final slate of films has been revealed for the 2020 Human Rights Watch Film Festival, which will be taking place virtually June 11 – 20.
The Chattanooga Film Festival has gone virtual this year and this evening the full lineup of titles have been announced.
Canada’s biggest genre film festival, Fantasia Festival, is heading online for its 2020 edition. Partnering with Festival Scope and Shift72, the festival will still offer things like Q&As and live panels, along with the impressive lineup the festival is known for.
The Brooklyn Film Festival has gone virtual this year and will be holding its 2020 edition online from May 29 – June 7. The best news about this for movie lovers is that it will be completely free! Over 140 independent films
The lineup for the first digital edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival has been revealed, with more titles planned to be announced on May 14th.
Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube announced today that, in collaboration with film festivals across the globe, a free online film festival will be launched on May 29th in order to raise money for COVID-19 relief.