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INTRIGO: DEAR AGNES Trailer Dives Into Marital Malice and Murder

Gemma Chan, Carla Juri, and Jamie Sives star in the mystery thriller, directed by Daniel Alfredson.

Now on VOD: THE PERISHED, In Search of a Mother

Courtney McKeon stars in director Paddy Murphy's horror film from Ireland.

Review: SERVANTS, Visually Captivating Artful Period Film About Persecution

The visual storytelling takes over the verbal narration in Ivan Ostrochovský's sophomore feature fiction film about Church's collaboration and Communist persecution.

SPUTNIK: IFC Midnight Lands North American Rights For Russian Sci-Fi Thriller, Watch This Trailer to See Why

ScreenDaily article announced yesterday that IFC Midnight picked up the North American rights for the Russian sci-fi thriller Sputnik. This is filmmaker Egor Abramenko’s directorial debut and is based off of his 2017 short film The Passenger. It was bound...

Now on VOD: THE OTHER LAMB, Cut Off From Modern Society

Michiel Huisman, Raffey Cassidy, and Denise Gough star in director Malgorzata Szumowska's thrilling horror drama.

Now Streaming: THE 8TH SON? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?, Well, Not Really

The anime series, now on Crunchyroll and VRV, features lovely imagery as it follows its hero into nobility and, possibly, beyond.

SEA FEVER Home Premiere Will Stream Live

Have you ever seen photographs of red-carpet events and wished you could be there? Next week, you are invited to the live streaming premiere of Sea Fever. No more FOMO! Directed by Neasa Hardiman, Sea Fever revolves around Siobhán, "a...

Temporarily Streaming For Free: XANGADIX LIVES!

Several distribution companies try to help making self-isolation somewhat more bearable in the coming weeks by streaming titles for free. Today a new title got added, and it's such a fun one that I want to point it out here:...

Now on Home Video: BY THE GRACE OF GOD Seeks to Pierce a Veil of Secrecy

Melvil Poupaud, Denis Ménochet and Swann Arlaud lead the cast in François Ozon's drama, drawn from real-life experiences of childhood abuse.

VIVARIUM Interview: Director Lorcan Finnegan On His Thought-Provoking Sci-Fi Horror Allegory Of Suburban Life Monotony

In Lorcan Finnegan’s Vivarium, which world premiered at last year’s Critics’ Week (parallel section of the Cannes Film Festival), a young couple is looking forward to take the next step in their relationship: get their own home. Guided by an...

Now Streaming: PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE, When Certain Loves Could Definitely Not Speak Their Name

Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel star in writer/director Céline Sciamma's classical period film, now on Hulu.

Review: VIVARIUM, Your New Forever Home

“The strawberries have no taste.”   This might be my favourite line of dialogue from this high-concept science fiction satire, Vivarium, an Irish-Danish-Belgian co-production that has a go at the middle class American dream.   For decades now, the gargantuan...

Interview: Rebecca Zlotowski Talks AN EASY GIRL

Before everything went to hell with the COVID-19, I was prepping for attending Film at Lincoln Center's annual Rendezvous with French Cinema Festival, as I've been covering it for Screen Anarchy for the last several years. I was even lucky...


I was fortunate to attend the first half of Miami Film Festival this month, before it was sadly forced to cancel due to the pandemic. It was my first time attending, and I was blown away not only by the...

Now Streaming: MISSIONS, Continuing to Ponder the Future

The philosophical sci-fi series from France returns on Shudder.

FICUNAM 2020 Interview: Chris Fujiwara On The Legacy Of Jacques Tourneur

French filmmaker Jacques Tourneur is, certainly, an important part of the history of horror cinema, because he was one of the directors in Val Lewton’s low-budget horror unit at RKO Pictures. In the forties, Tourneur directed the Lewton-produced classics Cat...

Now Streaming: THE PLATFORM, Nightmare in a Hole

Director Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia's film, now on Netflix, offers an acute understanding of what it is like to have and have not.

Coming Soon on Criterion: TOKYO OLYMPIAD and THE CAMERAMAN

Also: 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire,' 'An Unmarried Woman' and 'Come and See.'

RED DWARF Will Fly to The Promised Land

The intergalactic British cult sitcom gets a special, feature-film treatment.

CPH:DOX Opts to Roll Online Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The prestigious Danish documentary festival will offer 40 digital film screenings.