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    IFC Films Acquires Lynn Shelton’s ‘Sword of Trust’

    Independent filmmaker Lynn Shelton has been a consistent voice in cinema for years now. Her newest work, “Sword of Trust,” premiered recently to great acclaim at SXSW. That festival debut caught the eye of IFC Films. Not only have they acquired the picture, they also will be making it an official 2019 release. The Hollywood […] More

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    Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’ Gets Summer 2019 Release

    After playing at places like the Venice Film Festival last year and the Sundance Film Festival this year, it was fair to wonder when “The Nightingale” would be hitting theaters. Jennifer Kent‘s follow-up to “The Babadook” has been met with solid reviews, including our own take right here on the site. Now, we’ve actually learned […] More

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    WATCH: Judi Dench Accused of Treason in ‘Red Joan’ Trailer

    IFC Films has released a new trailer for “Red Joan,” a spy drama starring Oscar winner Judi Dench. She plays Joan Stanley, a widow living out a quiet retirement until the British Secret Service places her under arrest. They charge her with classifying scientific material, such as an atomic bomb, to the Soviet government for decades. The fact […] More

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    Jennifer Kent’s Venice-Winner ‘The Nightingale’ Picked Up by IFC Films Ahead of Sundance Premiere

    Upon its premiere at the 2018 Venice International Film Festival, “The Nightingale,” Jennifer Kent’s follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut “The Babadook,” received positive reviews and went on to win a Special Jury Prize and the Marcello Mastroianni award for Best New Young Performer for Aboriginal star Baykali Ganambarr. Ahead of its North American premiere […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Wildlife’ Gets the Best out of Carey Mulligan and Ed Oxenbould

    2018 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Directorial debuts have not had such an assurance in framing and messaging as we see in Paul Dano‘s highly effective “Wildlife.”  Taking a hard, and deeply felt look into divorce and its interpretations through the eyes of a child, Dano magnifies the source material by pulling out extraordinary performances from his […] More

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    WATCH: Trailer for Paul Dano’s Directorial Debut ‘Wildlife’ Packs a Punch

    Paul Dano has long been one of the most exciting young actors in the business. Still in his early 30’s, he’s been in the business for two decades. From a teenager starting out to currently being someone able to navigate seamlessly between Hollywood and the independent film world, Dano has a lot to offer. Now, […] More

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    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 unveiled his newest movie, the serial killer tale “The House That Jack Built.” Never one to shy away from controversy, even the tickets to von Trier’s film had an “explicit violence” […] More

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    WATCH: Elle Fanning is ‘Mary Shelley’ in Official Trailer

    IFC Films released the official trailer for its upcoming film, “Mary Shelley.” The film tells the story of Mary Shelley, author of the Gothic novel, “Frankenstein.” But, more than a simple story of a writer, “Mary Shelley” delves into the affair that led to her writing what is considered one of the greatest horror novels […] More

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    TIFF: IFC Films Snaps up Ellen Page’s ‘The Cured’

    Another film showing at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has been picked up for public release. According to Variety, IFC Films has bought the North American distribution rights to zombie horror flick “The Cured,” starring Ellen Page (“Tallulah”). The distribution deal was reportedly in the seven-figure range, and the film is set for release […] More

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    Oscar Hopefuls Drop New Posters including ‘Mudbound,’ ‘Wonderstruck,’ ‘Rebel in the Rye,’ and ‘The Death of Stalin’

    Over the past two days, a few new posters have dropped as we head into the heat of the end of summer.  Oscar season is nearly here and the studios are gearing up for their slates to make noise. The first is Dee Rees’ “Mudbound” from Netflix.  Starring Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, […] More

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