Amazon Studios has unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming horror thriller titled Master, starring Regina Hall as Gail Bishop, the first black master of a dormitory at a former elite university. The film had its world premiere earlier this year at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. It is setRead More →

SoHo’s newest gallery, Maxdi Gallery (412 West Broadway), today announced an exciting multimedia art exhibit by emerging artist and independent actress Sasha K. Gordon (SKG) beginning Thursday, February 24 from 6 p.m. at 21h. A collection of 5 paintings will be featured in SKG’s first art exhibition titled “Per AsperaRead More →

NEW YORK, February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The evening will begin with a live performance segment that will include a set of original music by brooklynMargot & The Midnight Tenants, dance-based indie pop/rock band, a dance piece by award-winning artists Elena Binder and Zeki Maviyildiz, a short theatrical scene featuringRead More →

NEW YORK, February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The evening will begin with a live performance segment that will include a set of original music by brooklynMargot & The Midnight Tenants, dance-based indie pop/rock band, a dance piece by award-winning artists Elena Binder and Zeki Maviyildiz, a short theatrical scene featuringRead More →

First, a confession/humblebrag. When I was recently asked to be a judge for the Maine Film Association’s first-ever 72 hour film Winter Movie Challenge, all the judges singled out a young actress named Claire Statczar. Appearing in Wolf Media WhiskeyIn the “Cinema Absentia” mockumentary, Statczar played the lone disgruntled teenageRead More →

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 04, 2022 –(PR.com)– FirstGlance Film Festival, Philadelphia’s independent film festival since 1996, announces a call for submissions exclusively on FilmFreeway for their 25th annual event scheduled for October 2022 at the ‘iconic Colonial Theater, 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Submissions open February 1, 2022. To celebrate thisRead More →

Ready to grow hair, grow teeth, and howl at the moon that’s a werewolf horror movie? Director Sean Ellis gothic thriller Cursed will be released in theaters on February 18, 2022. Written and directed by Sean Ellis, Cursed stars Boyd Holbrook (The Sandman, The Fugitive, Logan), Kelly Reilly (Yellowstone, trueRead More →

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Master of Hell Holidays are difficult for various reasons. The stress of traveling, connecting with family, and buying gifts, not to mention the pressure of planning for New Years Eve, can really take its toll. In January, trade the horrorsRead More →

Homepage price Oscars: the French “horror” film “Titane”, submitted by France, failed to make a short … The Academy has spoken. The Foreign Films branch has announced its preselection and left out “Titanium” by Julia Ducournau, improbable winner of the Palme D this year or at the Cannes Film Festival.Read More →

Inspired by real events, Wildflower centers on an immigrant woman who struggles to make a heartbreaking choice while pursuing her lifelong dream of “succeeding” as a professional singer in New York City. The acclaimed short Wildflower, starring award-winning Estonian-born actress, singer and producer Kristi Roosmaa, directed by Tony-nominated producer CelineRead More →

NEW YORK, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The Famous Short Film “Wild flower”, featuring an award-winning Estonian-born actress, singer and producer Kristi roosmaa, directed by Tony nominated producer Celine Rosenthal and written by Artemis Women In Action Film Festival Screenplay winner Susan cameron, is now available on allRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Neon MUSHROOM SOUND Human and inhuman threats lurk in the forest in Wheatley’s very bizarre ecological horror film. Horror tales often involve powerful forces working underground. Mycorrhizae, or symbiotic relationships between plant roots and fungi, do the trick. Since mycorrhizae are not sensitive and benign,Read More →

Click to enlarge PHOTO PROVIDED Junta Yamaguchi’s wacky but endearing film “Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes” closes the Anomaly 2021 film festival on Sunday, November 7th. “The miller of time has struck us!” A friend shouts. “We can see the future of the future! Another exclaims. This kind of genuinelyRead More →

Writer and director Fran Kranz ’00 discussed his new drama film “MASS” during Cinema Sunday on October 24th. Cinema Sundays are film discussions hosted by performing arts teacher Ted Walch. Each event features a film that a school parent or alumnus worked on. Kranz’s appearance marked the first cinema SundayRead More →

The 23rd annual Maine Jewish Film Festival kick off Saturday. As always, this annual cinematic celebration takes on the meaning and evolution of Jewishness, while scheduling a week-long list of films that showcase different aspects of Jewish life around the world, in all its complexity. This is traditionally great newsRead More →

“Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacular, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-haired boogeymanRead More →

“Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacularly, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-haired boogeymanRead More →

Trailer Through Tom stockman | October 11, 2021 “A hilarious and heartfelt riff on Judgment Night that’s loaded with crazy combat action” – Film school rejections Gritty cinema becomes a fight to the death in Night shootersIndie Film Team Clash With Murderous Gang – Available in Digital HD and CableRead More →

A short film produced at Ava premiered at the Upstate NY Horror Film Festival, which took place October 1-2 in Rochester. Adam Jackson, Adirondack High School Class of 2013, was delighted to hear that his film, “Overgrown”, was screened at the festival. “I was shocked, absolutely,” Jackson said. “And happy,Read More →

The 2021 Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival will be held at the Historic Central Theater Friday through Sunday, with events starting daily at 4 p.m. “We have people coming from all over; Texas, New York, California,” Bill Volland, festival director and founder, told The Sentinel-Record. “We have a fewRead More →

The Sundance Institute, host of the annual Sundance Film Festival, is today named a Veteran and Independent Media Producer (Awake, Capernaum) Joana Vicente her new CEO. According to the email announcement from Sundance President Pat Mitchell: “Joana comes to Sundance as a true champion in discovering, incubating and nurturing independentRead More →

JK Simmons has joined the cast of Sheridan O’Donnell’s first feature drama, “Little Brother,” Exclusive Learned. The protagonists previously announced are Daniel Diemer (“The Half of It”) and Philip Ettinger (“The Evening Hour”). The film follows Jake and Pete Duffy (Diemer and Ettinger, respectively), who embark on a road tripRead More →

JK Simmons has joined the cast of Sheridan O’Donnell’s first feature drama, “Little Brother,” exclusively learned from TheWrap. The protagonists previously announced are Daniel Diemer (“The Half of It”) and Philip Ettinger (“The Evening Hour”). The film follows Jake and Pete Duffy (Diemer and Ettinger, respectively), who embark on aRead More →

The Franklin International Indie Film Festival (FIIFF) will be celebrating its fifth year at The Factory at Franklin’s Mockingbird Theater from Tuesday, November 9 to Sunday, November 14. FIIFF Director and Executive Director Nancy “Nan” Puetz travels abroad and participates in some of the biggest film festivals in the world.Read More →

A first feature film with a lot of heart, after a successful festival Marley Morrison’s Sweetheart hits theaters in September, and there’s a new trailer to tempt you. Written and directed by Marley Morrison, the highly acclaimed coming-of-age comedy Sweetheart stars Jo Hartley (This is England, David Brent: Life onRead More →

Keith David, Justin Etheredge Reflect On Life In Indie Movie “Good” Trailer by Alex Billington July 29, 2021Source: Youtube “There is always something in this life that you haven’t done.” Gravitas Ventures has unveiled an official trailer for an indie drama titled Good, the second feature film directed by up-and-comingRead More →

“The Catch” is one of many films made in Maine shown at the Maine International Film Festival. Photo courtesy of MIFF Currently in full screening of a carefully curated selection of the best films in the world, until Sunday, the venerable Maine International Film Festival is officially back. Of course,Read More →

Acclaimed Polish director and President of the European Film Academy, Agnieszka Holland, has expressed growing fear in the world of independent cinema: that global streamers could kill theatrical cinema. Speaking via video link at a Cannes Film Market panel on Thursday, Holland called streaming platforms a “great unorganized black holeRead More →

The winter season traditionally offers a full plate of theater, dance and other artistic events. But with the COVID-19 restrictions still firmly in place, businesses have had to pivot to provide theater and film audiences with new opportunities to enjoy performances. While some organizations are still finalizing plans and deliveryRead More →

BUDAPEST, Hungary – Thousands of students, professors and supporters of the Hungarian University of Theater and Film Arts formed a human chain between their institution and parliament on Sunday to protest against the measures taken by the government which decrease its autonomy. Those present at the demonstration passed from handRead More →

Dean Teri Schwartz and Nadja Swarovski were producers of “Waterschool” UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television By appearing on Netflix, the film will be available to more than 130 million people around the world. “Waterschool,” the first feature documentary produced by theRead More →

UCLA’s School of Drama, Film and Television created the Barbara Boyle Promising Producers Award as part of the school’s Producers Program, the school said on Tuesday. Starting in 2016, the award will be presented to a student from the UCLA TFT Producers program presenting on the annual Producers Marketplace duringRead More →