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Dublin International Film Festival Announces Lineup Featuring MAUDIE, FREE FIRE, IN LOCO PARENTIS and More

Dublin international Film Festival announced its full lineup today with the Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke starring folk artist biopic Maudie set to open proceedings on February 16. Along with a sizable selection of International films and guests, there'll be...

Sundance 2017: PLASTIC CHINA Trailer Debut

There are a ton of great docus making their world and US debuts at Sundance this next week (here's our preview in fact) and one that looks to be quite interesting is Jiu-Liang Wang's IDFA-premiering Plastic China. The film takes...

Dave Bautista Throws Down In First BUSHWICK Clip

A young woman is plunged into an America at war with itself in Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott's Bushwick. A project that began when Obama was still in its first term and America was congratualting itself for solving its race...

Melbourne Queer 2017: Trailblazers and Award Winners in the Latest MQFF Program

The MQFF (Melbourne Queer Film Festival) has been telling engaging and important LGBTIQ stories since its inception, and in its latest year, Program Manager Spiro Economopoulos will revisit what sparked queer cinema; more after the bump. Announcing the first eight...

Sundance 2017: World Premiere Trailer and Poster for TOKYO IDOLS

We're not one hundred percent sure if you've heard, but there are some pretty weird subcultures in Japan. Undoubtedly one of the weirdest is the phenomenon of "idols" awesomely described on Wikipedia as "young manufactured stars/starlets marketed to be admired...

Sundance 2017: Check Out this Wild Exclusive Poster for FlyLo's KUSO

This crazy image you see below is the poster for Kuso, a Sundance-premiering midnighter and feature debut from the director known just as "steve." If you don't think you know steve, you actually might. Steve is the moniker of Steven...

Slamdance 2017: Matthew Wade's PLENA STELLARUM, Part of Animated Shorts Program

Already having played at numerous festivals around the world Matthew Wade's animated short film Plena Stellarum will screen at Slamdance in their Animation Shorts Program.    Wade passed along a collection of stills and the short teaser from his short...

Slamdance 2017: Introducing Filmmaker Brian Harrison And His Short Film HELL FOLLOWS

As 2017 begins the first important film festival for emerging filmmakers kicks off in Park City, Utah, at the end of the month. Running counter to the bigger named festival, Slamdance`s mandate has always been to support up and coming...

Razor Reel 2017: Now Accepting Your Submissions!

Tis the season to be jolly, doubly so for filmmakers around the world! As 2016 winds down during the holiday season, 2017 gears up with no shortage of fantastic film festivals on the horizon, each one eager to represent your...

Berlinale 2017 First Wave: New Films by Sally Potter & Aki Kaurismäki Among Highlights

Berlinale, where many European and world titles begin their festival journey of the calendar year, has announced its first competition titles and a few from the Berlinale Special section. New films by some of the top European auteurs will featured,...

Projects Announced For First Frontières Finance & Packaging Forum

It has been a bumper crop year for The Frontières International Co-Production Market, part of the annual Fantasia film festival in Montreal. Apart from two successful co-production markets in Montreal and Brussels this past year the market's influence in the...

Macau 2016: First Edition Awards THE WINTER, SAINT GEORGE and Crouching Tigers Projects

The inaugural International Film Festival and Awards Macau closed on Tuesday night with a star-studded awards gala, in which Argentinean thriller The Winter, from director Emiliano Torres, was awarded the top prize. The jury, comprising of Jury President Shekhar Kapur as...

Slamdance 2017 Unveils Final Films

The Slamdance Film Festival is gaining ground for its 23rd edition in Park City, Utah, running from January 20 through 26. Last week, we gave word on the Narrative and Documentary Competition slate. Today, we have news of their final batch of films, which includes the Beyond Program for 2nd and 3rd time directors, a plethora of Short Films and their Special Screenings.

Sundance 2017 Drops Final Feature Wave

One of the most prestigious festivals in the world -- Sundance -- dropped its final wave of feature programming for its 2017 edition today. Last week, we covered the NEXT and competition titles. There are a ridiculous amount of films...

Sundance 2017 Unveils Competition and NEXT Titles

The Sundance Film Festival has announced their first batch of flicks for the 2017 edition, happening in Park City, Utah, January 19- 29.

RAW, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE and More Win at Monster Fest 2016

Monster Fest, one of Australia's best genre fests, wrapped up this past weekend and with it some awards love to some of the many great films to grace our genre-loving screens this year. Raw, Julia Ducournau's debut feature and a...

Slamdance 2017 Announces Narrative and Doc Competition Slate

The Slamdance Film Festival is revving up for its 23rd edition in Park City, Utah, running from January 20 through 26. The first titles out of the gate for 2017 are the full lineups for both Narrative and Documentary Feature Competition.

AFI Fest 2016: Watch the Trailer for FRAUD, Dean Fleischer-Camp's Searing Meta-Fiction Thriller

Dean Fleischer-Camp's new faux-documentary, Fraud, glimpses at the life of a typical lower-class family and their desperate attempt at "living the American dream". The film is comprised of home movies "found" on YouTube, documenting the family's crime spree and their bid to...

Morbido Fest 2016 Recap: Days 1 - 3

There is a magical place in Mexico City, and it is Morbido Fest. Day 1 Wednesday night, the opening night ceremony took place, but just before that, us filmmakers were treated to a private reception of freshly baked breads, a...

Good Start to Worldwide Sales For SFV1: THE OSIRIS CHILD, From INFINI's Shane Abbess

ScreenDaily has announced that the folks at XYZ Films have sold Shane Abbess' next film, Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child, to multiple territories in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.   The film takes place in a future...