Cannes 2018: ‘Burning’ Adored by Jury and Audiences

The South Korean film, "Burning," premiered at Cannes to rapturous praise. The film is based on the short story by Haruki Murakami. It is the...

Cannes 2018: ‘Under the Silver Lake’ Reactions Range from Love to Hate

David Robert Mitchell's neo-noir "Under the Silver Lake" premiered at Cannes on Wednesday to mixed reactions. The film stars Andrew Garfield as Sam, a young...

Lars von Trier’s ‘The House That Jack Built’ Spurs Walk Outs at Cannes

Yesterday, something interesting, if not altogether surprising, happened at the Cannes Film Festival. After being welcomed back to the fest, filmmaker Lars von Trier...

Cannes 2018: Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Debuts for Audiences, Releases First Trailer

Director Spike Lee returned to the Cannes International Film Festival for the first time since his 1991 hit "Jungle Fever." His latest film, "BlacKkKlansman," premiered...

Cannes 2018: ‘Rafiki’ Debuts With Glowing Praise

The 71st Cannes Film Festival kicked off last night, and today's programming seems to have some delights for audiences. One film is winning a lot...

Cannes 2018: Audiences React to Opening Night Film ‘Everybody Knows’

Asghar Farhadi's "Everybody Knows" opened the 71st Festival du Cannes in France. The Iranian director presents his first Spanish language film, which stars Penélope Cruz...

The American Pavilion Announces 2018 Cannes Programming

The American Pavilion has announced a slate of conversations and programming for the 2018 Cannes International Film Festival, which begins this week in the...

‘A Star Is Born’ and ‘Suspiria’ Turned Down Cannes Invitations

Are we reaching the point where the Cannes Film Festival is no longer the no brainer prestige stop for a year's top movies? It...

2018 Tribeca Film Festival Awards Announced

As the Tribeca Film Festival wraps up for 2018, a number of awards have been given out. The competitive categories were what got announced...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Zoe’ Asks Big Questions About Love

Throughout his career, filmmaker Drake Doremus has been examining the human experience. In particular, he seems fascinated by emotion, with love at the top....

Tribeca Film Review: Charm and Wit Help ‘In a Relationship’ Survive

Romantic dramedies that look at modern relationships are a dime a dozen at film festivals. Each year, the Tribeca Film Festival features a handful....

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Stockholm’ Cleverly Depicts the Birth of a Syndrome

Ever wonder where the term Stockholm Syndrome came from? Well, the condition gets an origin story of sorts with "Stockholm," an enjoyable heist film....

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Mapplethorpe’ Doesn’t Do Its Subject Justice

Few things are more frustrating than when a transgressive figure is given the standard biopic treatment. When you have a unique life to depict,...

Tribeca Film Review: Mary Elizabeth Winstead is Nomination Worthy in ‘All About Nina’

Wow. The first surprise of the Tribeca Film Festival for 2018 is this drama. "All About Nina" is a true gut punch of a...

Sarasota Film Festival Review: ‘Eighth Grade’ is Emotionally and Visually Sincere

Over the past few years, there has been quite the resurgence of the teen film. While John Hughes defined much of the 1980s, many filmmakers...

Sarasota Film Festival: ‘Half the Picture’ Tells of Women’s Struggle to Direct

The past year has placed a renewed focus on the struggle of female directors in Hollywood. While 2017 represented a step forward, Greta Gerwig's nomination...

Sarasota Film Festival: ‘We the Animals’ is a Dream

Over the past few years, there has been a boom in independent productions that have taken on the slice of life concept in film....

Sarasota Film Festival: ‘Tatterdemalion’ Stumbles in the Woods

Exploring the deep recesses of the woods has long been an interesting trope in film. Many, such as "The Blair Witch Project" and "The...

Florida Film Festival: ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ is a Heartwarming Love Letter

There are very few individuals in history who have meant as much to public television as Fred Rogers. The children's program "Mr. Rogers Neighborhood" became...

71st Cannes Film Festival Lineup: ‘BlacKKKlansman’ and ‘Everybody Knows’ Among High-Profile Debuts

The 71st Cannes Film Festival is gearing up and the lineup announced has us as excited as ever as new films from Spike Lee,...

Florida Film Festival Review: ‘Dark Money’ Explores Campaign Finance Corruption

There's little doubt that Citizens United vs. FEC is one of the most disruptive Supreme Court decisions of this century so far. The decision...

Florida Film Festival: ‘TransMilitary’ Will Pull on Your Heartstrings

Over the last decade, documentaries examining a movement in progress are among the most riveting to observe. “CitizenFour,” “Icarus” and “The Case Against 8”...

Florida Film Festival Review: ‘American Animals’ is a Frenetic Docu-Heist Film

Whenever a documentary filmmaker makes the transition to narrative features, there is some concern over whether they can handle the change. It’s one thing...

Netflix Is Threatening to Keep Their Films Out of Cannes

We may very well be moving towards a war being the biggest film festival out there and the leading streaming service. Last year, Netflix...

Cannes Film Festival Will Premiere ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’

Some exciting news to report. Everyone anticipating both the start of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival and the first reviews of "Solo: A Star...

WATCH: Official Trailer for Asghar Farhadi’s ‘Everybody Knows,’ Film to Open Cannes

Asghar Farhadi's "Everybody Knows" will open the 71st Cannes Film Festival, according to festival organizers. The IMDb synopsis says: "Carolina, a Spanish woman living in Buenos...

Gasparilla International Film Festival Announces Winners

Suncoast Credit Union's Gasparilla International Film Festival wrapped up its week in Tampa Bay, Florida. GIFF began on March 20 with the urban musical...

Top 10: Films to Look Forward to at The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

Next month, the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival will get underway, easing us further away from the past Oscar season. A whole new crop of...

PaleyFest 2018: The Cast of ‘The Good Doctor’ Shares Laughs as They Finish Season...

Last week in Los Angeles, the cast of ABC's "The Good Doctor" took the Dolby stage for PaleyFest 2018. The panel included a screening of...

Gasparilla International Film Festival Announces 2018 Lineup

The Gasparilla International Film Festival (GIFF) announced their full slate of films for the upcoming 2018 Feature Film Competition Lineup. In all, 35 narrative...

SXSW Announces Audience Award Winners

Earlier today, the South By Southwest Film Festival announced their 2018 Audience Awards. Though not an Oscar barometer by any stretch, SXSW does occasionally...

SXSW: Opening Night Film ‘A Quiet Place’ Gets Glowing Reviews

The stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas. Movie stars, that is. If it's March, then that means...

PaleyFest LA 2018 Announces Stars and Lineup, Plus Tribute to Barbra Streisand

The Paley Center for Media announced the lineup for their upcoming PaleyFest LA 2018. PaleyFest LA is widely considered the ultimate festival for television fans....

SXSW Film Festival Announces 2018 Midnighters, Shorts, with ‘Isle of Dogs’ as Closing Night...

SXSW Film Festival organizers have announced the selections for Midnighters, Shorts, VR, and Episodic offerings. They also announced that Wes Anderson's stop-motion animated feature...

2018 Tribeca Film Festival to Open With World Premiere of ‘Love, Gilda’

The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival will open with the world premiere of the documentary, "Love, Gilda." The film celebrates the life and talent of award-winning...