Not even a pandemic can hold independent filmmakers down!
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.
It’s always fun when you see a movie’s plot go completely off the rails in real-time.
The ninth annual Montclair Film Festival (MFF) recognized the safety concerns of presenting in the spring of 2020. This week, MFF boasts a critically-acclaimed film selection for its new October date, with virtual and drive-in screening options from October 16 – 25th.
Exclusive: ‘S#!%house’ Stars Cooper Raiff, Dylan Gelula and Logan Miller Discuss Inspirations [Video]
The SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner “S#!%HOUSE” opens in theaters and on-demand October 16th. Writer-director and lead actor Cooper Raiff discusses his vision for the film alongside actors Dylan Gelula and Logan Miller.
Screenwriter-director duo Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, collectively known as Beck/Woods, spoke with journalist Joshua Rothkopf via Zoom during the Nightstream Film Festival. The filmmakers shared the inspiration behind hit film “A Quiet Place,” plus teased what’s ahead.
Critically-acclaimed psychological thriller “Bleed With Me” redefines co-dependent friendship. After premiering at the Fantasia Film Festival, “Bleed With Me” screened closing night at the virtual Nightstream Film Festival.
The horror genre has always been harnessed to embody the darkest emotions, bringing our greatest fears to life. In new indie horror thriller “An Unquiet Grave,” filmmakers Terence Krey and Christine Nyland portray the many stages of grief onscreen.