Chicago’s Cinepocalypse is coming to a close and today the award winners for this year’s festival have been announced. Robert Schwentke‘s The Captain won Best Film, Matt Leslie and Stephen Smith won Best Screenplay for Summer of ’84, and Joko
A new trailer has been released for Peter Brunner‘s To The Night starring Caleb Landry Jones. In the film, Jones plays a man who, during his childhood, lived through a horrific fire that left him psychologically scarred and unable to start a
Montreal’s Fantasia Fest just announced their final wave of films, and if you didn’t already think this year was packed to the brim with great looking titles, they just dumped another huge list of films. Panos Cosmatos‘ Mandy has been
NYAFF 2018 is about to kick off June 29, and today Subway Cinema released a batch of new trailers celebrating three of their programs. NYAFF will run through July 15th at FSLC in New York.
The Copy Baby is the type of movie that has the potential to lean heavily toward either a sardonic cult hit or a tepid waste of an opportunity, and unfortunately it falls into the latter category. No doubt some will have fun with its PG-13 take on what is typically designed as a family film, but with its eye-rolling conclusion.
The boxy aspect ratio with rounded corners, 16mm sheen that makes each frame look like a historic photograph, and believable issues with sound – like occasionally muffled dialogue – also act as pleasing counterbalances to the typical found-footage tricks.
The Domestics creates an interesting, totally whacked-out environment that recalls many doomsday movies (including Doomsday), but the realized universe and setting of agrarian Wisconsin are original enough, with the marriage drama and political subtext peppering in some flavor along the way.
New York’s Japan Cuts Film Festival is gearing up to kick off July 19 -29 and a new trailer has been released today in anticipation. This year’s festival features 28 features and 9 shorts comprised of 3 World Premieres, 3 International Premieres, 11
Instead of an impersonal chronicle, Simon Lereng Wilmont brings an intimate, stirring portrayal of life during wartime in The Distant Barking of Dogs, a film that focuses on the life of a 10-year-old boy living on Ukraine’s front lines.
Powerful, heart-wrenching and vitally important, Margarita Cadenas’ timely documentary Women of Venezuelan Chaos provides an intimate look at the atrocities occurring right now in Venezuela, despite their oppressive government continuously trying to cover it up.
Subway Cinema has released the trailer promoting this year’s New York Asian Film Festival, running from June 29 – July 15. The 17th year of the festival, dubbed “The Savage Seventeenth Year,” will feature four world premieres, three international premieres, 21 North American premieres,