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Grimmfest 2019: Award Winners Announced

Manchester’s Grimmfest has wrapped its eleventh edition, and with that the award winners for this year’s festival have been announced. Kirill Sokolov‘s Why Don’t You Just Die! won Best Feature, Sokolov also won Best Director, and the Audience Award went to

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2019 Doc NYC Announces Lineup

Doc NYC has announced the full lineup of films ahead of their 10th edition, running from November 6 – 15. Boasting more than 300 films and events, this is the biggest year yet for New York’s preeminent documentary film festival.

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AFF 2019: JUST MERCY Announced as Closing Night Film

The 26th annual Austin Film Festival will be running October 24 – 31 and today Destin Daniel Cretton’s Just Mercy has been announced as the closing night film. Two additional titles, Scandalous and Last Week At Ed‘s have also been added

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PARASITE Review

Parasite is a defiant piece of class critical cinema which features a director in obstinate control of his message, vision and artistry.

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Beyond Fest 2019: IN SEARCH OF DARKNESS Review

If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of ’80s horror, looking for some good recommendations, or just wanting to feel nostalgic, this documentary has you covered, and it will certainly be one I revisit again in the future.

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Grimmfest 2019: 1BR Review

1BR is a great concept held back by the mishandling of its characters, but it still manages to deliver a worthwhile thriller that is both engrossing and, at times, unsettling. 

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2019 Indie Memphis Film Festival Announces Lineup


The 2019 Indie Memphis Film Festival is gearing up to kick off beginning October 30th and today the full lineup has been announced. Kasi Lemmons’ Harriet has been selected as the Opening Night film, with a few other highlights being

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HARPOON Review

Harpoon is a surprisingly refreshing film; with its smart script and devilishly dark story, it’s far more substantive than what you might come to expect from a typical containment thriller.

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MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN Review

For die-hard fans of the series, this may prove to be a bit of a disappointment, as there are no big revelations here, just a rehash of facts that many folks already know with a glossy coat of paint.