In Brett Hayley’s newest film “All Together Now,” we learn that the facade of a person harbors so much more than just what we can see.
The debut feature film from Ingari celebrated its world premiere at the Brooklyn Film Festival this past weekend.
With all of the free time, people have right now, who could resist?
Check out our exclusive interview with Tayarisha Poe, Director of “Selah and the Spades”!
Whether you’re officially in quarantine or just self-isolating, you probably have more time on your hands than ever before. And if you’re searching for a film to lose yourself in, look no further than Marc Meyer’s newly released film, “Human Capital.”
Up and coming actor Elijah Boothe, most notably known for his role in Marvel’s “Luke Cage,” makes his leading actor debut in Derrick Perry’s “Pink Opaque.”
A Quiet Place Part II, starring John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Cillian Murphy hosted its world premiere on March 8th at the Lincoln Center in New York City. A Quiet Place Part II is a continuation of the Abott family’s silent yet vigorous fight for survival against the creatures that hunt by sound.
Burden is a new historical drama-filled film starring Garrett Hedlund, Forest Whitaker, Tom Wilkinson, and Andrea Riseborough.
“Warning: the following movie* contains scenes of graphic stupidity among four life-long friends who compete to embarrass each other.”
Wednesday night the Whitby Hotel in midtown Manhattan host a private screening of Oscar contender, The Cave.