Share this article Veteran Hollywood filmmakers Ben Rosenblatt and Micho Rutare are launching $FLIX, a new crypto token, to reinvent the way independent films are funded, produced and distributed. $FLIX decentralizes filmmaking Their company American Meme will leverage $FLIX to raise capital for a slate of indie films that willRead More →

Oscar-winning actor Troy Kotsur (CODA, The Mandalorian) will deliver the commencement address at the upcoming UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television commencement ceremony. Writer-Producer Amy Aniobi (Insecure) will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award at the event. Brian Kite, acting dean of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television, gaveRead More →

After four years, Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director Alex Garland is back on the big screen with another jaw-dropping project: A24’s horror film “Men.” The filmmaker unravels a twisted and traumatic tale with Oscar-nominated Jessie Buckley’s Harper at its dead center. Following the incredibly painful death of her husband (“I MayRead More →

Horror Genre Director/Writer/Makeup Artist Steve Kostanski and Emmy Award-Winning FX Makeup Artist Todd Masters, Founder of MASTERSFX, Proudly Announce Winning Two 2022 FANGORIA MAGAZINE “Chainsaw” Awards for Their Feature Film Project 2021, Psycho Goreman (PG). PG won the 2022 “Chainsaw” awards in the “Best Creature FX” and “Best Limited ReleaseRead More →

Norwegian director and screenwriter Eskil Vogt returns to the director’s chair with supernatural thriller Innocents. The film premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival and has since received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics. Much of that comes from the extraordinary performances of its four main child stars. However, given theRead More →

via-https://www.indiewire.com/2022/05/cha-cha-real-smooth-trailer-dakota-johnson-cooper-raiff-1234723359/ Apple TV+ comes with a new “Cha Cha Real Smooth” trailer that once again takes you back to your college days and reminisces about when you faced that slump after graduating. This new drama stars the gorgeous Dakota Johnson directed by Cooper Raiff. At the Sundance Film Festival inRead More →

Photo by Avel Chuklanov on Unsplash Memphis, according to the 2020 census, is home to approximately 633,000 people, of which 64.5% are African American. As a new report from the Memphis Black Clergy Collaborative (BCCM) and Political Institute of Hope—the political arm of Hope Credit Union, a Delta-based Community DevelopmentRead More →

The 28th big-screen film in the ongoing interconnected Marvel verse, and 34th released title overall, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” looks like a 1950s sci-fi flick – a self-aware cult favorite -same. Unfortunately, since the arrogant and pompous main character doesn’t do well in stand-alone, Marvel made itRead More →

Actor Kajal Aggarwal Unveils Poster for Director Bhaskar Maurya’s Telugu Debut Film ‘Muthayya’ Actor Kajal Aggarwal Unveils Poster for Director Bhaskar Maurya’s Telugu Debut Film ‘Muthayya’ Big budget Telugu movies such as Pushpa – the rise and RRR caused a sensation at the box office across the country. The lesser-knownRead More →

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‘Saints Row’ – Trailer Features Character, Weapon, Vehicle, And More Since its long delay in November 2021, Saints Row has returned to its purple-soaked headquarters. Deep Silver Volition broke the silence with an in-depth customization talk, showcasing the many bizarre ways players can alter their protagonist’s appearance, weapons, vehicles, andRead More →

While Labor Day isn’t until September (and is traditionally celebrated more for its long weekend than its supposed recognition of workers’ rights), May Day is the real deal. Called International Workers’ Day, it’s also the date of Space directors Stewart Bird and Deborah Shaffer’s free screening of the 1979 documentaryRead More →

Alright, alright, alright, it’s that time again. The San Francisco Film Festival (SFFilm) returns for 11 days of groundbreaking films, in-person interviews and community events. After two years of necessary pandemic limitations, some restrictions have been lifted and most films will screen in person at SF repertoire theaters such asRead More →

Coastal wetlands, long recognized for their importance to local livelihoods and biodiversity, are also important natural carbon sinks. Mangroves, salt marshes and seagrasses, known collectively as “blue carbon” ecosystems, are particularly good at removing carbon dioxide from the air and surrounding waters. Despite occupying less than 2% of the ocean,Read More →

The Maine premiere of Canadian filmmaker Nadine Pequeneza’s new documentary “Last of the Right Whales” takes place at the Nickelodeon Theater in Portland on April 27, just days before rules designed to protect the species from fishing gear are supposed to come into force. The film, which features unprecedented footageRead More →

Ram Gopal Varma as RGV, is a director who divides and knows how to attract attention. The outspoken filmmaker took to social media to praise KGF: Chapter 2 and its director, Prashanth Neel, for showcasing the true potential of Kannada’s film industry. There’s no doubt that director Prashanth Neel’s magnumRead More →