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
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
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.
The Wretched is a surprising delight, which doesn’t skimp on some great creature effects and fun, sometimes shocking moments that make this a memorable endeavor that I can easily recommend giving a look.
Brandon Colvin’s A Dim Valley will be available for 24-hour rental as a part of the Oxford Virtual Film Festival. There will also be a live Zoom Q&A at 8 PM (Central Standard Time) with the director and actors, Whitmer
If you’re starting to go mad while in isolation, consider flexing your creative muscles by making a short film and entering it into the upcoming Lockdown Film Festival. Lockdown TV has launched a new short film competition that anyone can enter
In some very exciting news for those (such as myself) who were bummed about the cancellation of this year’s SXSW, Amazon has teamed up with the folks at SXSW to present an online film festival featuring the titles originally planned to