47th Annual New Directors/New Films Lineup Announced

The Film Society of Lincoln Center (FSLC) and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) have announced the lineup for their 47th edition of New Directors/New Films, which will be taking place in New York March 28 – April 8. This year’s program

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Sophie Brooks’ script is snappy and fun, injecting a smart indie vibe into what would otherwise be a by-the-numbers rom-com, however with all those trappings present, it’s easy to see where all this is going to go.


2018 Oxford Film Festival Winners Announced

The award winners from this year’s Oxford Film Festival have been announced, with Arturo Perez Torres and Aviva Armour-Ostroff’s The Drawer Boy picking up Best Narrative Feature. Nick Taylor‘s The Organizer won Best Documentary Feature.

Take a look below at the full list


SXSW 2018: Midnighters, Headliners, More Announced

More programs were announced for this year’s SXSW Film Festival including the Midnighters, Headliners, Narrative Spotlight, Documentary Spotlight, Episodic, Global, Festival Favorites, Special Events, and Shorts lineups.

SXSW 2018 will take place March 9-18 in Austin, TX, be sure to click over


SXSW 2018: Feature Lineup Announced

For those of you getting excited for the start of SXSW 2018, it’s time to get a bit more pumped as today the feature films have been revealed. 132 features have been announced, with more being added as the festival draws near. John

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Sundance 2018: Award Winners Announced

As this year’s Sundance Film Festival comes to a close in Park City, the award winners have been announced for the 2018 edition. Desiree Akhavan‘s The Miseducation of Cameron Post won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic, with Derek Doneen‘s Kailash winning the U.S. Grand



The Clapper is an exercise in patience that rewards viewers with a tacked-on conclusion that does nothing but reinforce the fact that this a film filled with squandered talent and sloppy storytelling.

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Sundance 2018: THE CATCHER WAS A SPY Review

Woven together as they are, without contextualization or a more dramatic arc, what’s left is only a somewhat interesting story about a somewhat interesting man that fizzles out with a somewhat of a whimper.

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Sundance 2018: SUMMER OF ’84 Review

In their second feature after the wonderful Turbo Kid, filmmaking collective RKSS (Anouk Whissell, François Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell) take us back to the ‘80s and hits our nostalgia bone hard with Summer of ’84, an homage to genre films from the best decade.

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LIKE ME Review

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.   


Slamdance 2018: Award Winners Announced

As the Slamdance Film Festival winds to a close, the award winners from this year’s edition have been announced. Trevor StevensRock Steady Row won two big awards with Best Narrative Feature and the Audience Award. We were pretty big fans of

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Slamdance 2018: HUMAN AFFAIRS Review

Just recently I stated that, when it comes to films featuring cinematography from Sean Price Williams, it would be nearly impossible for me to view the overall project as anything less than worthwhile based on this simple fact alone.

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Sundance 2018: RBG Review

Cohen and West take a non-linear approach to telling RBG’s life story, interspersing both old and new interviews and testimonies with file footage and home videos, and they punctuate major milestones in her life with benchmark cases and political movements.