The second annual What The Fest!? is closing out its second year, and for genre film lovers such as myself, there’s a lot on offer here, from supernatural thrillers, to comedies, to even docs and newly restored classics. I had
Glass Eye Pix has released a teaser trailer for Larry Fessenden‘s upcoming horror film Depraved, which is set to make its world premiere at this year’s What The Fest!? in New York. The film is a modern Frankenstein story involving
The Tribeca Film Festival is kicking off soon, and today the world premiere of Danny Boyle‘s Yesterday was announced as the Closing Night film. Additionally, the Galas, and Anniversary screenings were also announced.
Annapurna has released the first red band trailer for the comedy Booksmart, which just premiered at SXSW to a ton of high praise. The film is directed by Olivia Wilde and stars Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein as high school seniors who decide
The second annual What The Fest!? genre film festival is kicking off in New York March 20th, and today the full lineup has been announced. This year’s installment includes one World Premiere, two North American Premieres, two East Coast Premieres,
The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have revealed the lineup for the 48th annual New Directors/New Films (ND/NF) program, which includes 35 films from 29 countries with 10 North American Premieres and 2 World Premieres, 15
The Tribeca Film Festival is gearing up to kick off in NYC from April 24 – May 5 and today they announced the 18th edition will kick off with Roger Ross Williams‘ documentary The Apollo, which looks at the famed Apollo theater.
Just after it was announced to be premiering at this year’s SXSW, a teaser trailer has dropped for Travis Stevens’ upcoming horror film Girl on the Third Floor, starring Phil “CM Punk” Brooks and Trieste Kelly Dunn.
The SXSW Film Festival is gearing up to kick off in Austin March 8 -16 and today they announced the lineups for a few more programs including Midnighters (my favorite), Festival Favorites, Headliners, Shorts, Episodic Pilots, and Virtual Cinema Projects.
With its brilliant, on-the-nose title, you may think that you know what to expect from Robert D. Krzykowski’s The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot, and while it does contain those two things, at its core, this is a bittersweet love story about an aging war hero reminiscing about the life he once had.