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Tribeca Film Festival: Run as Fast as You Can From “Bad Things”

Though there are always new and fresh ideas being delivered through the horror genre, there is always a note of familiarity in most of their plotlines. Family terrorized by vengeful spirits, teens chased by crazed maniac, inanimate object becomes sentient and starts killing. The list could go on forever. The new horror film, Bad Things,…

Film at Lincoln Center and Cinecittà Announce the 22nd Edition of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema, June 1-8

FILM AT LINCOLN CENTER AND CINECITTÀ  ANNOUNCE THE 22nd EDITION OFOPEN ROADS: NEW ITALIAN CINEMA, JUNE 1–8   Opening Night—Francesca Archibugi’s The Hummingbird New York, NY (May 9, 2023) – Film at Lincoln Center and Cinecittà announce the complete lineup for the 22nd edition of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema, running from June 1 to…

The 2023 Human Rights Watch Film Festival, May 31-June 11

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival Presents Full Lineup of Cinematic Works in New York Edition, May 31-June 11, 2023 Co-presented by Film at Lincoln Center and IFC Center Seven Winters in Tehran, Photo: Courtesy of Made in Germany New York, April 27, 2023 — The Human Rights Watch Film Festival, now in its 34th…

Harlem International Film Festival 2023 Announces Film Lineup for May with World Premieres and Local Focus

  PRESS RELEASE  THE 2023 HARLEM INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL announces line-up for 18th edition(May 18-28) Opening Night features the New York Premiere of Ryan Dickie and Abigail Horton’s Blow Up My Life, with Christina Kallas’ Paris Is In Harlem Friday Spotlight Presentations include World Premiere  of first two episodes from STARZ’ Run the World  second season, and Clayton P Allis and Doug E. Doug’s In…

Rites of Passage: The Films of Shinji Somai At Japan Society: Typhoon Club, A Classic That Externalises The Turbulence Of Puberty

Japan Society’s spring programme, Rites of Passage: The Films of Shinji Somai allows audiences to remember the works of a pioneering Japanese filmmaker, who remains largely unrecognised in the West. Shinji Somai directed some of the most enduring works of the Eighties and Nineties instilling a contemplative approach into the seishun eiga (youth film) genre….

Tribeca Festival Announces 2023 Feature Film LINEUP

TRIBECA FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2023 FEATURE FILM LINEUP 109 FEATURE FILMS FROM 127 FILMMAKERS ACROSS 36 COUNTRIES, INCLUDING 93 WORLD PREMIERES “SPOTLIGHT+” PREMIERES FOLLOWED BY LIVE EVENTS WITH ALICIA KEYS,  SARA BAREILLES, GLORIA GAYNOR, DAN RATHER, GOGOL BORDELLO, INDIGO GIRLS, MARC REBILLET, AND OTHERS Passes and Ticket Packages Available at Tribecafilm.com; Single Tickets on Sale May…

“Jaws,” “The Conversation” and “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” Cinematographer Bill Butler Dies at 101

Director Steven Spielberg, camera operator Michael Chapman and cinematographer Bill Butler on the set of the Universal Pictures production of ‘Jaws’ in 1975. Acclaimed cinematographer Bill Butler, who rose to fame for shooting director Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning 1975 horror thriller Jaws, died on April 5 at the age of 101, according to The Hollywood Reporter….

Documentary About Astronomer and ‘Cosmos’ Author, Carl Sagan, in Development by National Geographic and Seth MacFarlane

@NASA Cosmo Studies National Geographic Documentary Films is working on an upcoming documentary feature that will focus on the life and career of legendary astronomer, Carl Sagan, Deadline is reporting. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and scientist is known for expanding scientific understanding of the universe. Throughout his life, he also helped millions of people appreciate…

The Pioneering Japanese Musician and Composer Ryuichi Sakamoto Has Passed Away at 71

@Photo by Kazunali Tajima – © 2014 Kab America Inc. Musician Ryuichi Sakamoto has passed away on March 28 at the age of 71. He was born in Tokyo. The funeral was held only with his close relatives. He passed away at a hospital in Tokyo, according to a report in the Sport Nippon newspaper. Sakamoto’s…

MoMA and FLC announce the complete lineup for the 52nd edition of New Directors/New Films, March 29-April 9

Opening Night—Savanah Leaf’s Earth Mama Closing Night—Vuk Lungulov-Klotz’s Mutt Presented in the FLC and MoMA theaters New York, NY (Feb 28, 2023) – The Museum of Modern Art and Film at Lincoln Center announce the 52nd edition of New Directors/New Films (ND/NF), taking place from March 29 through April 9, 2023. For more than half…