Nantucket Film Review: ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ Soars Into Oscar Season

Nantucket Film Festival: Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nilson's "The Peanut Butter Falcon" was one of the more buzzed about films coming into the Nantucket Film...

Nantucket Review: A Pair of Stars Are Born in ‘Mickey and the Bear’

Nantucket Film Festival: Set in the beautiful-yet-foreboding foothills of Anaconda, Montana, Mickey Peck (Camila Morrone) is an obstinate teen who lives alone with her...

Nantucket Film Festival: Did Day Four Just Bring Us Our First Best Picture Contender?

Nantucket Film Festival: Day four at Nantucket began with an invitation-only event: The Mentors Brunch, featuring Leslie Dixon, the recipient of this year's Screenwriters...

Nantucket Film Festival: Day Three Delivers ‘Mike Wallace,’ ‘Honeyland,’ and ‘The Farewell’

Nantucket Film Festival: Day three at Nantucket brought the early morning rains we'd been promised for the last week or so. While we'd been...

Nantucket Film Festival: Day Two Brings ‘Toni Morrison,’ ‘Tel Aviv,’ and the Vaquita Whale

Nantucket Film Festival: I began day two bright and early, perusing the locale to better get acquainted with my whereabouts. The island certainly lives...

Nantucket Film Review: ‘Sea of Shadows’ Sends an S.O.S. to the World

Nantucket Film Festival: From executive producer Leonardo DiCaprio and director Richard Ladkani ("The Ivory Game"), comes one of the most riveting and provoking films...

Nantucket Film Review: Danny Boyle’s ‘Yesterday’ Will Leave You Smiling

Nantucket Film Festival: The Nantucket Film Festival kicked off Wednesday, June 19 with a slate of alluring feature films, short films, and documentaries, including...
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24th Annual Nantucket Film Festival Preview: A Focus on Screenwriting and Storytelling

Approximately 30 miles south from Cape Cod, Massachusetts lies the island of Nantucket. The plot of land is a quaint locale whose name is derived...

Cannes Film Festival Confirms Dates for 2020

Cannes Film Festival will hold its 73rd edition next year from May 12-23, 2020, Variety confirmed. The French festival, which has long been a...

Queer Girl: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ Wins Queer Palm at 2019 Cannes...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! With the 2019 Cannes Film Festival at a close, juries...

Cannes Winners: Bong Joon-ho’s ‘Parasite’ Takes the Palme d’Or, Antonio Banderas Fuels an Oscar...

The 2019 Cannes Film Festival concluded with its awards ceremony over the weekend and some big wins were recognized. South Korean director Bong Joon-ho...

Queer Girl: The Queer Palm Contenders (So Far) at Cannes Film Festival 2019

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's Queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! Film festival season is upon us once again, with the...

Cannes: Amazon Studios Acquires Ladj Ly Film ‘Les Misérables’ for U.S.

Amazon Studios has acquired Ladj Ly's sociopolitical film "Les Misérables" for a reported $1 million to $2 million deal, a purchase straight from Cannes...

‘Honeyland’ and ‘Monos’ Among Winners at 2019 Montclair Film Festival

The eighth annual Montclair Film Festival (MFF) announced its 2019 award winners during a ceremony Saturday, May 11. This year's edition of the festival...

Top 10: Films From the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival has come to a close. From April 24th until May 5th, New York City played host to one of...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Clementine’ Explores Post-Breakup Emotions

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Breakups cause normally rational people to behave incredibly irrationally. Someone completely logical might act in a way that's irresponsible, even...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Two/One’ Muddles Through Half-Baked Philosophy

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: The kernel of a compelling cinematic idea is presented in "Two/One," though it's an idea not explored in any satisfying...

Tribeca Film Review: Werner Herzog Pays Tribute to a Friend with ‘Nomad: In the...

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Documentaries often seek to shine a light on a pressing political or social issue. Sometimes, they can attempt to color...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Plus One’ Makes For Appealing Company

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: The inherent discomfort of being single at a wedding courses through the veins of "Plus One." This charming romantic comedy...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘See You Yesterday’ Brims With Creativity

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Filmmaker Stefon Bristol arrives on the scene as an exciting storyteller to watch out for in "See You Yesterday." The...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Skin’ Stays on the Surface But Jamie Bell Goes Deep

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Taking cues from several "redemption" tales, Guy Nattiv's "Skin," loosely based and tied to the Oscar-winning short from 2018, has...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘One Child Nation’ Provides a Heartbreaking Look at Law and Obedience

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Documentaries are the bedrock of education within the film world. So, when filmmakers like Nanfu Wang and Zhang Lynn are...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Stray Dolls’ Goes Astray

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Crime dramas work best when the element of curiosity and anxiety drive audiences to the end of the film, with...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘A Kid From Coney Island’ Shows Stephon Marbury’s Brooklyn Roots

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: One doesn't have to be a basketball fan to find a core of deep fascination and reflexivity in "A Kid...

Tribeca Film Festival Jury Awards: ‘Burning Cane,’ ‘House of Hummingbird’ Lead Honors

The 18th Annual Tribeca Film Festival has announced the winners for their Jury Awards competition categories. Leading the top honors were "Burning Cane," which...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Lost Bayou’ Brings Vivid Life to its Namesake

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: The intricacies of sound design all too often go unnoticed for want of visual language. But when an independent drama...

Tribeca Film Review: Zoey Deutch is a Force Of Nature in ‘Buffaloed’

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Envision the tailgating madness of the Eagles game shown in "Silver Linings Playbook" mixed with some of the financial shenanigans...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Only’ Presents a Post-Apocalyptic Love Story

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Ambitious science fiction told on a budget can cut both ways. On the one hand, limited resources spur unconventional creativity....

Tribeca Film Review: ‘Swallow’ Tells An Off-Putting Tale

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: An incredibly upsetting film with a stunning central performance, "Swallow" dares its audience to keep watching. Graphic and uncompromising, this...

Tribeca Film Review: Justin Long Expands His Abilities in ‘Safe Spaces’

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Discomfort, both in terms of comedy and drama, reigns supreme in "Safe Spaces." This dramedy has a lot on its...

Tribeca Film Review: ‘The Kill Team’ Rivetingly Presents Combat With Warts and All

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Intense and raw, danger lurks around every corner in "The Kill Team." In an unusual turn, it's not just enemy...

Tribeca Film Review: Ambition Permeates ‘Framing John DeLorean’

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: It is absolutely shocking Hollywood has not successfully made a biopic of John DeLorean. The story of the man behind...

Provincetown Film Festival Announces 2019 Lineup

The Provincetown International Film Festival have announced their official lineup in a press release Wednesday morning. The festival revealed its narrative features, documentaries and shorts...

Ahead of Cannes, Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Ira Sachs’ ‘Frankie’

Cannes Film Festival isn't here just yet, but deals have begun to brew. Sony Pictures Classics has just acquired distribution rights to Ira Sachs'...

Tribeca Film Review: Sabrina Carpenter Shines During ‘The Short History of the Long Road’

2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Coming a year after Debra Granik beautifully covered similar territory in "Leave No Trace," there shouldn't be a freshness to...