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Bucheon 2017: BiFan 21 to Kick Off with Trip into ROOM NO. 7

The nights are getting warmer in Korea, which means that the next Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival is just around the corner. BiFan held a press conference today in Central Seoul for its 21st edition, which will take place over...

Lineup Announced for London Indian Film Festival 2017: BLACK PRINCE and SEXY DURGA as Bookends

The lineup of the 8th annnual London Indian Film Festival has been announced and the programming is as strong as ever. The full press release appears below, but there are several films in the program about which Londonders should be...

Melbourne 2017: MIFF 66 Opens With World Premiere of Daniel Radcliffe Lost In The JUNGLE

UPDATED: Watch the first trailer for Jungle below.  The world premiere gala screening of Greg McLean’s (Wolf Creek) new film Jungle starring Daniel Radcliffe will open the 66th Melbourne International Film Festival. Artistic Director Michelle Carey had this to say...

Fantasia 2017: First Wave of Titles Announced!

As summer has finally shown up, our thoughts turn to our neighbors in Montreal as they prepare for the three week cinematic onslaught that is the Fantasia International Film Festival. Our friends at the festival have been hard at work...

Popcorn Frights 2017: TRAGEDY GIRLS and MAYHEM Lead the First Wave for Miami Fest

The 3rd annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival has announced its first wave of programming, and Miami, Florida is set to have its spine tingled in August! Billing itself as the largest genre film event in the state, the festival will...

Fantaspoa 2017: Award Winning Films Announced

Our good friends at Fantaspoa have shared with us the list of award winning films of its 13th edition, which was celebrated in Porto Alegre, Brazil from May 19 to June 4, 2017. Here’s the full press release. Fantaspoa 2017...

Melbourne 2017: First Glance Entices With Both Local and International Reveals

It is winter here in Australia, and as the sky darkens and the days feel long and grey, First Glance reminds us we are just less than two months away to the Melbourne International Film Festival. Topping the announcement is...

Japan Cuts 2017: Lineup includes Sono's ANTI-PORNO and Joe Odagiri in Person!

The 11th edition of North America's preeminent festival for contemporary Japanese Cinema slices into frame July 13 - 23 at Japan Society in New York City. Today, we have the full lineup of films and guests, including this years Cut...

KUSO: Flying Lotus' Cinematic Psychedelia Coming to Shudder in July

AMC's genre streaming service Shudder has picked up the rights to stream Flying Lotus' dose of what-the-fuckery Kuso. Those of you looking to melt your minds and fry your brains on some good old fashioned psychadelic cinema should not have to...

Brooklyn Film Fest 2017 Exclusive Clip: SWEET PARENTS, How to Make It in New York

Set to enjoy its world premiere at the Brooklyn Film Festival this coming Friday evening, Sweet Parents is an indie film that is set in New York, but is more about the challenges that arise after living there for years....

New York Asian 2017: Full Lineup Announced, BAD GENIUS Opens, THE VILLAINESS Closes

The 16th edition of the New York Asian Film Festival will be held from June 30 to July 16. The full lineup has been announced, and as usual it's packed full with tasty titles. Here's a bit of introductory verbiage,...

Edinburgh 2017: Full Lineup Announced!

There are now just a few short weeks before Scotland's finest film event, the Edinburgh International Film Festival, opens with the UK Premiere of Francis Lee's Yorkshire-set drama, God's Own Country. Running from June 21st until July 2nd the festival...

Lighthouse Film Festival to Feature FITS AND STARTS, KING OF PEKING, MAN UNDERGROUND & More

People of New Jersey and surrounding environs: the wonderful Lighthouse FIlm Festival is coming your way, and it's got a stellar lineup to keep you well occupied next weekend. Running Thursday June 8th - Sunday June 11th, in and around...

BAD GENIUS Actress Named Rising Star Asia Ahead of New York Asian Film Festival

Thai actress Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying has been selected by the New York Asian Film Festival as this year's recipient of the Screen International Rising Star Asia award.   Chuengcharoensukying, who goes by the more convenient nickname "Aokbab”, will be presented with...

LA Film Fest 2017 Exclusive Clip, Poster Debut: AND THEN THERE WAS EVE Gets Heated on a Porch

In our exclusive clip from And Then There Was Eve, a 'spirited discussion' breaks out on someone's porch. Yet it's understandable, because one of the women is searching for her missing husband. According to the official synopsis, "Alyssa, a successful...

BUSHWICK: Check Out Three Teaser Posters For The Urban Invasion Thriller

Bushwick, an urban invasion thriller directed by Cooties' Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott, played tonight at Cannes in the Directors' Fortnight Features program. Yesterday, Collider debuted three new teaser posters, running with the colors of American patriotism. You will find...

Cannes 2017 Review: THE RIDER, Elegaic and Intimate Portrait of Suffering and Cure

Chloé Zhao's first feature film, Songs My Brothers Taught Me, showed the beautiful and difficult life of a young man on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota; his relationship with his family, his clashes with white men, and...

Frontières@Fantasia: First Wave Announced. Includes Legends, Indie Faves And More

As the Summer approaches we at ScreenAnarchy have already begun clearing our schedules in July for the Fantasia International Film Festival. I in particular make sure that I am free to cover the Frontières co-production market that runs from July...

Hosoda Mamoru Announces His Next Film MIRAI

With Cannes in its full tumultuous swing this news nearly passed us by, but site favorite Hosoda Mamoru actually announced his next animated film at the festival, a few days ago. His earlier efforts The Girl Who Leapt Through Time,...

JUPITER'S MOON: Watch The Trailer For Latest From WHITE GOD's Kornel Mundruczo

Hungarian director Kornel Mundruczo made a small dent in the world of genre cinema with his amazing 2014 film White God. Just a small one. Heh. Well, Mundruczo is back with his new film Jupiter's Moon in competition at Cannes...