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Film Fest 919 Review: ‘Windows on the World’ Lacks Subtlety But Finds Emotional Resonance

Film Fest 919: Utilizing the September 11th terrorist attacks as a plot device is the cinematic equivalent of a nuclear weapon. Deploy it properly...

Film Fest 919 Audience Award Goes To ‘Parasite’

Yesterday, the second annual Film Fest 919 announced its Audience Award, capping a week of movies and celebration of cinema down in Chapel Hill,...

Film Fest 919 Review: ‘Premature’ Sees Summer Love With Poetic Realism

Film Fest 919: Coming of age love stories are as old as the medium itself. Cinema is littered with these tales, in all shapes...

Film Fest 919 Review: ‘Bacurau’ is a Wild Experience

Film Fest 919: Whenever a movie evolves before your very eyes, it can be an exciting thing to witness. Anything you've heard about "Bacurau"...

Film Fest 919 Review: ‘The Chambermaid’ Provides Adequate Room Service

Film Fest 919: It's a unique experience to watch a film set entirely within a hotel while actually staying at one. That's the case...

Film Fest 919 Review: ‘Sorry We Missed You’ Has No Hope

Film Fest 919: What's the difference between Ken Loach and Bruce Springsteen? Both are poets of the working class, albeit on different continents, but...

27th Hamptons International Film Festival Announces Jury and Special Prizes

The 27th Hamptons International Film Festival comes to a close today, and with it comes the announcement of awards and prizes.The slate of exceptional...

HIFF Interview: Mark Landsman Dishes the Dirt on ‘Scandalous: The True Story of the...

What happens when a New Yorker with ties to the mob buys a supermarket tabloid and sets out to make it the most widely-read...

Film Fest 919 Review: Timothée Chalamet Becomes ‘The King’ With Robert Pattinson Stealing The...

2019 Film Fest 919: In fairly short order, Timothée Chalamet has become one of the hottest young actors in the industry. Any filmmaker would...

NYFF Film Review: ‘The Whistlers’ Is a Creative And Entertaining Noir

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Detective stories are always better when they have a different kind of spin to them. We've had almost a...

Clint Eastwood’s ‘Richard Jewell’ to World Premiere at AFI Fest

Clint Eastwood's latest, the biographical feature "Richard Jewell," will have its premiere at this year's AFI Fest. The veteran actor and filmmaker will hope...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Beanpole’ Finds the Will to Go On

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: When has a Russian historical drama ever been a happy movie? While "Beanpole" doesn't change that perception, it does...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Atlantics’ Is An Ambitious Supernatural Mystery

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: To call "Atlantics" a supernatural drama is to do it a severe injustice. Yes, there is a spectral element...

Interview: Jorunn Myklebust Syversen and Josefine Frida Discuss Religion and Power in ‘Disco’

Premiering at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, Norwegian filmmaker Jorunn Myklebust Syversen's sophomore feature "Disco" is a striking examination of a young woman's...

Rome Film Festival Announce Official Lineup, Includes ‘Motherless Brooklyn,’ ‘Waves’ & ‘The Farewell’

Rome Film Festival has revealed its official lineup for the 2019 edition, taking place at the Auditorium Parco della Musica among other venues in...

Hamptons International Film Festival Announces New Parent Company HamptonsFilm

The Hamptons International Film Festival has announced the formation of HamptonsFilm, a new parent company that is committed to promoting independent film and film...

2019 Middleburg Film Festival Unveils Its Full Lineup, Including ‘Marriage Story,’ ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ and...

The Middleburg Film Festival is just a few weeks away and in preparation, they have released their full lineup of offerings. With 34 films...

NYFF Film Review: ‘The Irishman’ Soulfully Etches Age and Sin with Joe Pesci’s Most...

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: The energy and vigor that pours from the screen in Martin Scorsese's intensely constructed picture "The Irishman" is too...

NYFF Press Share High Praise in First Reactions for ‘The Irishman’

"The Irishman" has made its highly anticipated debut at the 2019 New York Film Festival. The film from Martin Scorsese tells the story of...

Middleburg Film Festival Announces Lineup: ‘Marriage Story’ to Open, ‘The Irishman’ to Close

Middleburg, VA, September 27, 2019 – The Middleburg Film Festival announced today that Noah Baumbach’s MARRIAGE STORY will open the festival on Thursday, October 17...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Liberté’ Is a Grueling And Vile Experience

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Audacious filmmaking almost always deserves to be commended. When a creative force opts for subversion and challenging audiences, knowing...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Synonyms’ Defies Easy Definition

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: When a storyteller opts to ignore all presumed conventions about their movie, it's a very compelling thing to witness....

NYFF Film Review: Uruguay’s Oscar Submission ‘The Moneychanger’ Is A Tender Allegory for an...

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: In “The Moneychanger (Asi Hablo el Cambista),” the titular character is a hapless halfwit whose astuteness can never quite...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Zombi Child’ Mixes the Undead With Voodoo

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: It's almost a sure thing that no movie has ever tackled the undead like "Zombi Child" opts to. Nothing...

NYFF Film Review: The Dardennes Depict Radicalization With ‘Young Ahmed’

2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: What does it take to commit a terrorist act? How do young men become radicalized by religion? These are...

Top 10: Anticipated Movies at the 2019 New York Film Festival

The New York Film Festival each year brings tremendous movies to the Big Apple. For a few weeks each fall, the best and brightest...

Film Review: ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Is a Generic Revenge Tale

Sylvester Stallone has taken two very different paths with his two iconic characters. His underdog pugilist Rocky Balboa started as a romance in "Rocky"...

TIFF Wrap-up: Bold Visions Highlight the 2019 Festival

After 11 days of screenings and other film industry-related activities, the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival has come to an end. And as the...

TIFF Film Review: ‘Antigone’ is a Jarring Adaptation of a Greek Tragedy

2019 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: "Antigone" adapts a classic Greek tragedy to illustrate the immigration experience while covering the issues of modern-day police brutality...

Rocky Mountain High: An Introspective on the 46th Telluride Film Festival

2019 TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: The 46th Telluride Film Festival came and went in the blink of an eye, just as it always does each...

TIFF Film Review: ‘Joker’ Doesn’t Reinvent the Comic Book Movie, But It Keeps the...

2019 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: The Joker is one of the most familiar, and intriguing villains to ever exists both on screen and in...

TIFF Review: ‘Harriet’ Falls Short of its Heroine’s Greatness

2019 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: As much as Hollywood tries to convince us otherwise, the world doesn't need another biopic. But with a subject...

TIFF Review: ‘The Cave’ and ‘Adam’ Showcase the Power of Female Solidarity in the...

2019 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Issues of women's rights have long been a subject of heated debate in the Arab world. While situations vary...

‘Waves’ Selected as Closing Night Film at Hamptons International Film Festival

Hamptons International Film Festival announced A24’s ​"Waves"​ as their Closing Night Film. Directed by Trey Edward Shults, the film presents the lives of a...

TIFF 2019: Audiences React to World Premiere of Noah Hawley’s ‘Lucy in the Sky’

Noah Hawley's "Lucy in the Sky" world premiered at Toronto International Film Festival. The film stars Academy Award winner Natalie Portman as astronaut Lucy...

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