Film Review: ‘The Biggest Little Farm’ Takes You on a Wonderful and Hopeful Journey

With cities and urbanization rapidly expanding across the globe, life on a farm feels as quaint as ever. As Americans, we move from the...

Sarasota Film Festival 2019 – Full Lineup Including ‘American Factory’ & ‘Her Smell’

The Sarasota Film Festival has become a must-attend spring film festival for Florida cinephiles. With dozens of indie hits over the past five years, it...

Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ to Close the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival

A little over a week ago, the Tribeca Film Festival announced its lineup for 2019. We listed the titles scheduled to play in New...

SXSW Review: ‘The Beach Bum’ Is Why We Don’t Do Drugs

SXSW Film Festival: There is such a thing as too much weed, and the proof is in Harmony Korine's new stoner flick, "The Beach...

Sarasota Film Festival 2019: ‘Mike Wallace Is Here’ to Open Festival, Greg Kinnear’s ‘Phil’...

The Sarasota Film Festival (SFF) is right around the corner. The festival has become a strong Spring festival over the past twenty years. Today, programmers of...

SXSW Review: Vampires Are as Funny on Staten Island as New Zealand in FX...

SXSW Film Festival: The long awaited TV series "What We Do in the Shadows" made its premiere in Austin, Texas to a crowd of...

SXSW Review: Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson Make Texas Proud in ‘The Highwaymen’

SXSW Film Festival: The Texas Rangers are a source of deep pride to every Texan. And so the Paramount Theater in Austin was the...

SXSW Review: Good Girls Make Their Own Kind of Fun in ‘Booksmart’

SXSW Film Festival: Olivia Wilde brought her directorial debut, "Booksmart," to SXSW and the crowds rejoiced. After decades of raunchy teen comedies focused on...

First Reactions to Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ at SXSW Are Scary Good

On Friday night, the first audiences saw Jordan Peele's follow-up to "Get Out," and the reactions were through the roof. South by Southwest was...

Miami Film Festival 2019: Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’ Sings a Violent, Traumatic, and Relevant...

Miami Film Festival 2019: Walking through the rainforests of Tasmania, the sounds of creatures, man, and insects echo through the treetops. A young woman...

Miami Film Festival 2019: ‘The Silence of Others’ Seeks Justice in Post-Franco Spain

Miami Film Festival 2019: Throughout history, dictators and their followers have fallen. It is always a matter of time, but some last much longer than...

Miami Film Festival 2019: ‘Chasing the Thunder’ Slows Down a Hundred Day Chase For...

Miami Film Festival 2019 - Fighting for the natural world has become a rallying cry for a rising generation. Today, young activists may cite...

2019 Tribeca Film Festival Lineup Announced

Taking place each year in the heart of New York City, the Tribeca Film Festival brings together an eclectic group of titles. From Sundance...

Miami Film Festival 2019: ‘The Weight of Water’ Displays a Grueling Physical Feat

Miami Film Festival 2019 – Some of the most intense and emotional documentaries of the last decade have focused on sports. In the wake...

SHOUT! Studios Acquires ‘Tito and the Birds,’ Screening TIFF 2018

While Disney and Pixar are synonymous with the animated feature category, several more studios have begun to push into the race. Animation is a global medium, and...

LA Film Festival Review: ‘Liyana’ is a Touching Documentary That Reminds Us of the...

Animation documentary hybrid “Liyana” marks a staggering feature debut for “The Hunting Ground” cinematographer pair, Aaron and Amanda Kopp. Executive-produced by Thandie Newton and...

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