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    Cannes Film Festival Lineup 2020: ‘Ammonite’ and Double Dose of Steve McQueen Among 56 Films, No Women of Color Included

    The Cannes Film Festival may not have happened but that isn’t stopping the prestige and curved leaves from appearing around the year’s most anticipated films. Thierry Fremaux, the Festival’s General Delegate, unveiled the Official Selection, comprising of 56 films. Originally scheduled for May 12 to May 23, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the French festival to […] More

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    Nantucket Film Festival to Present NFF NOW: AT HOME During Original Festival Dates

    The Nantucket Film Festival has announced today via a press release that it will present NFF NOW: AT HOME, a film and conversation series taking place online during the festival’s originally scheduled dates. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, festivals around the world have been canceled or moved digitally in the last few months, with […] More

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    EXCLUSIVE: New Clip from ‘Milkwater’ by Morgan Ingari

    Ahead of its premiere this week at the Brooklyn Film Festival, director Morgan Ingari is sharing an exclusive clip from her new film, “Milkwater.” The official synopsis reads: Seeking direction and purpose, Milo (Molly Bernard, “Younger”) rashly decides to become a surrogate and egg donor for an older gay man she meets in a bar. […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: Rich Cinematography Permeates ‘Sweet Thing’

    2020 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Black and white cinematography, when capably deployed in modern times, is an added bonus to a quality movie. The monochromatic look has the ability to lend poetry and weight to the story. The Tribeca title “Sweet Thing” has that poetic element in spades. A relatively traditional independent cinema story is raised […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Asia’ Mixes Tender Emotions with Brutal Reality

    2020 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: A great movie surprises you. If you think you know where a film is headed, but then it goes in a whole other direction, the possibilities are endless. “Asia,” one of Tribeca’s best entries this year, pulls this off beautifully. Part of that is due to the insistence on never dovetailing […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Pray Away’ Will Break Your Heart

    2020 Tribeca Film Festival: Two years ago, a pair of movies came out that took on the horrid practice of conversion therapy. Both “Boy Erased” and “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” took narrative and heavily dramatic looks at how the devoutly religious can damage their children. Back in 1999, “But I’m a Cheerleader” took a […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Banksy Most Wanted’ Comes Up Empty

    2020 Tribeca Film Festival: Among the least interesting things about the artist known as Banksy is the mystery of their identity. Unfortunately, the documentary “Banksy Most Wanted” is almost entirely concerned with this, to the detriment of entire subject. Anyone with an interest in Banksy will likely already know just about everything put forward here, […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Call Your Mother’ Arrives Just in Time for Mother’s Day

    2020 Tribeca Film Festival: As Mother’s Day approaches, we’re reminded of just how important mom is. Sure, it’s something we should think about, treasure, and value each day, but a holiday always helps. So too does the documentary “Call Your Mother,” a tribute to the family matriarchs who shaped untold numbers of comedians. Some of […] More

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