Monday night at Brooklyn Steel marked the halfway point for Beach Fossils’ “Out in the Way Tour,” as the band cruises through thirty-two cities this fall.
Sean Baker’s latest feature film reveals the grating reality of a decadent West.
“Fathom” had its World Premiere in the Documentary Competition section at Tribeca Film Festival, before streaming on Apple TV+ in the US starting June 25th.
A documentary about grit and gratitude, “Blind Ambition” profiles four sommeliers competing for team Zimbabwe at the World Blind Wine Tasting Championships in Bordeaux, France.
Tribeca Film Festival hit “Roaring 20’s” captures the spirit of Paris in a state of re-emergence. Ahead of the film’s June 12th screening at Hudson Yards, The Knockturnal caught up with Producer Laurent Rochette to talk about his crew’s collaborative process and the inspiration behind the film’s one-shot take.
As we brace ourselves for an inevitable onslaught of dispiriting film programming aimed to address the pandemic and its impact, one refreshing take on our present circumstance had its world premiere last weekend at the 20th annual Tribeca Film Festival.
Greek filmmaker Jacqueline Lentzou’s feature debut explores the boundaries of familial love through a woman’s journey caring for her ailing father.
New Directors/New Films’ closing night selection ‘All Light, Everywhere’ interrogates the unavoidable biases that hinder pursuit of objective truth. Screened virtually and in person during the New York City festival, the film’s theatrical release is set for June 4th, 2021.