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Raven Banner Reaches CLIMAX With Gasper Noe's Latest

There is no doubt that Gasper Noe is one of the World's more notorious filmmakers. The provocateur's latest film Climax premiered at Cannes, ushering a handful of walkouts during screenings, far less than the director had presumed it would have....

Crowdfund This: Season Two of THE EYESLICER Will Be So Good They'll Write Their Own Penultimate Headline, Thank You Very Much

If you are a curiously twitchy reader, one who likes their cinema and television jarring and jangling, you may already be in the know on the madcap brilliance of DIY web show The Eyeslicer a DIY. Devised by indie film...

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival 2018: Passes Now on Sale

There's a great indie genre festival in Southern California called Horrible Imaginings Film Festival; every year, Miguel Rodriguez and his team of cinematic maniacs select challenging features and short films in genre and present them to a loving fan base....

Oak Cliff Film Festival 2018: Feature Film Lineup Announced! Live Scores, TIGERS, & BAD REPUTATION, Oh My!

The 7th annual edition of the Oak Cliff Film Festival has announced its lineup and the programming for this event continues to be some of the most adventurous and interesting of any film fests in the Southwest. Hosted at the...

SICK FOR TOYS: First Trailer For Christmas Time Horror

David Del Rio's feature film debut, the Christmas-time horror Sick For Toys, is up for grabs at the Marche du Film this week. To draw in potential rights buyers the first trailer was released this week. You will find it...

GIRL WITH NO MOUTH: Worldwide Sales Picked up For Can Evrenol's Coming of Age Flick

While Can Evrenol (Baskin and Houewife) is hard at work on the streaming series The Protector back in Turkey, his personal project Girl With No Mouth was presented at the proof of concept presentation of the Frontières Platform at Cannes...

THE BLACK OCTOPUS (EL PULPO NEGRA): The Onetti Brothers to Revive The Popular Argentine Suspense Series

New from Cannes today is that Nico and Luciano Onetti, the brothers behind the Giallo trilogy Sonno Profondo, Francesca and the upcoming Abrakadabra, and psycho hillbilly horror What The Waters Left Behind, will direct an upcoming revival of a popular...

Cannes 2018: First Look at Nicolas Cage in BETWEEN WORLDS, Obsessed With His Dead Wife

Our first look at Nicolas Cage in Between Worlds reveals an exhausted man, and no wonder. Cage stars with Franka Potente and Penelope Mitchell in the mysterious thriller. Here's the official synopsis, which explains his expression and body posture above....

Cannes 2018: In ARCTIC Clip, Watch Mads Mikkelsen Dig a Hole

I would follow Mads Mikkelsen to the ends of the earth. So the idea of the actor trekking solo in the arctic regions sounds absolutely delightful. But I get it. Maybe you're not so easily convinced. Mikkelsen stars in Arctic,...

Toronto Japanese 2018: DESTINY: THE TALE OF KAMAKURA Trailer Enchants

Recently, my colleague Andrew Mack wrote about the upcoming Toronto Japanese Film Festival and its just-announced lineup. We've got a trailer for the opening night film, Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura, that is simply enchanting. Directed by Yamazaki Takashi, it...

LUZ: New Stills From Tilman Singer's Debut Feature Thriller

Tilman Singer's debut feature film Luz is just starting to really hit the genre film festival circuit with dates coming up in Brazil and here in Canada.    A fresh batch of stills were released yesterday and we have to...

Edinburgh 2018: British Talent on Show in Opening and Closing Films

Edinburgh International Film Festival is set to return on 21 June, and with the opening and closing films now announced, it seems they're all set to shine a spotlight on British filmmaking. Scottish actress Kelly Macdonald stars in opening night...

Neuchatel 2018: The First 12 Films From the Official Selection

Ahead of the full programme announcement on June 21st, Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival have announced twelve films from their official selection. The titles cover all of the festivals' major strands with picks from the International Competition, New Cinema From Asia,...

Seattle 2018: Impressive Lineup & VR Slate Announced

Any SIFF-goer knows you need to take off the afternoon to read through the massive list of films on the day the lineup is announced. Well it's going to be a fun afternoon today for those excited about the 44th...

Blood Window Showcase at Cannes Features Familiar Names And Future Faves

As Cannes approaches our attention turns to more action happening during the Marche du Film. Our friends from Blood Window in Argentina are returning to the French Riviera, loaded with genre goodness from the LatAm region.    Blood Window,...

LA Asian Pacific Film Fest 2018: Exclusive Trailer for AUGUST AT AKIKO'S

Christopher Makoto Yogi's feature debut August at Akiko's debuted this past winter at Rotterdam and received rave reviews. Next up is a stop at the LA Asian Pacific Film Fest this weekend and we've got the world premiere of the...

Udine 2018: South Korean Drama 1987: WHEN THE DAY COMES Takes Top Honours

Jang Joon-hwan's historical drama 1987: When the Day Comes won the Audience Award at the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy, as the festival wrapped up its 20th edition in fine style. Shuichiro Ueda's meta zombie comedy One Cut...

DOWNRANGE: Exclusive Clip and Alternate Poster for Kitamura's Thriller

Downrange arrives on the streaming service Shudder today, April 26th. Tomorrow it opens in NYC at Brooklyn's Nitehawk Cinema. Director Ryuhei Kitamura will be attending midnight screenings on both the 27th and 28th!   Screen Anarchy has been given an exclusive...

Overlook 2018 Awards Wrap: Top Prize for SATAN'S SLAVES, Big Win for All Attendees

Year two of the Overlook Film Fest moved locales from the snowy environs of the Timberline Lodge in Oregon to the booze-soaked streets of the New Orleans's French Quarter. It was a bold move and it paid off for audiences...

Indian Film Fest LA 2018 Review: IN THE SHADOWS, There Be Men And Monsters

Delhi's dark alleyways get their closeup in filmmaker Dipesh Jain's Gali Guliyaan (In the Shadows), a psychological thriller about paranoia, isolation, and the long lasting effects of trauma. Khuddoos (Manoj Bajpayee) is a loner, a man who lives vicariously through...