Festival

L.a. Times Festival Of Books Going Digital For Fall Event, Casting Wary Eye At Spring 2021

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, canceled from its usual spring slot by the pandemic, is going virtual for a fall event. Originally set for April and then bumped to an anticipated Oct. 3-4 run, the event now will be held online instead of at...

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First Trailer For Award-winning Documentary 'epicentro' About Cuba

"The Golden Island… small but marvelous." Kino Lorber has released the official trailer for a documentary film titled Epicentro, the latest from acclaimed Austrian filmmaker Hubert Sauper. It won a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film...
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Stacey Abrams, Barry Jenkins, Gabrielle Union, Lena Waithe & More Set As Speakers For Abff...

Stacey Abrams, Kenya Barris, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Barry Jenkins, Gabrielle Union, Jemele Hill, Angela Rye, and Lena Waithe have have been added to the lineup for the virtual edition of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF), which will run...

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Cosmo Jarvis On The Shadow Of Violence, His Acting Process, And Title Changes

One of my favorite films from last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, The Shadow of Violence (renamed from its UK release title Calm with Horses) has finally arrived stateside. A critical darling with enough momentum for Saban Films...

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75 Years On: Reflections And Preflections On Hiroshima

Robert FreemanA young person's solemn face appears in front of the 2011 Hiroshima Lantern Festival marking the atomic bomb. (Photo: Richard Riley/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Entertainment Photos, Flickr

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Gravitas Acquires Crime-thriller For North America; Sarajevo Cinelink Lineup & Mads Mikkelsen...

EXCLUSIVE: Gravitas Ventures has acquired North American rights to Van Ditthavong’s feature directorial debut All Roads To Pearla (formerly known as Sleeping In Plastic), which had its world premiere at the 2019 Austin Film Festival. The...
Related topics: Sarajevo

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Quebec Is Now Allowing Small Music Festivals

As some areas continue on lockdown, others are beginning to open up. For example, Quebec has recently announced that it will allow small music festivals to take place. As the CBC reports, the Quebec Tourism Ministry said that festivals are no longer...

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How Filmmaking Friends Amy Seimetz And Kris Rey Protected Their Movies During The Pandemic

Filmmakers Amy Seimetz and Kris Rey are longtime friends who were both preparing to have their new films premiere at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year. While that event was cancelled, now Seimetz's "She Dies Tomorrow" and Rey's "I Used to Go...
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Get An Exclusive Behind-the-scenes Look At The Making Of ‘the Sunlit Night’ Score

Sometimes the music can make or break the movie, and Jenny Slate-starring comedy-drama The Sunlit Night certainly has great music behind it. Directed by David Wnendt and scored by Enis Rotthoff, The Sunlit Night premiered at the Sundance Film...

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Quebec Is Now Allowed To Hold Music Festivals

It looks like Canadians won’t have to wait until 2021 2022 to catch a music festival like the rest of us. On Wednesday, the Quebec Tourism Ministry officially announced that indoor and outdoor gatherings of 250 people or fewer are now...

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The Official Teaser Trailer For Twitter Thread-inspired Stripper Saga “zola” Has Finally...

Source: Dia Dipasupil / Dia Dipasupil Earlier this year, the 2015 twitter thread-inspired movie “Zola” received rave reviews at The Sundance Film Festival, and now, it’s headed your way. The 148-tweet thread is being produced by...
Related topics: Social Media, Entertainment Videos

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Brief A24 Teaser For Janicza Bravo's 'zola' Film Starring Taylour Paige

"You wanna hear a story…?" A24 has revealed a teaser trailer for the wacky dark comedy Zola, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. This is the film that's based on a Twitter thread from 2015, in which a woman...
Related topics: Social Media

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Fantasia Fest To Give John Carpenter Lifetime Achievement Award, Unveils Final Titles Ahead Of...

Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, which runs August 20-September 2 and is being held digitally this year due to the pandemic, has unveiled its final lineup. The fest has also announced that revered genre filmmaker John Carpenter...

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John Carpenter Movie Masterclass Schools You In Horror At Fantasia 2020 - Cnet

Sci-fi, action and horror film festival Fantasia 2020 goes online, so you can inject the genre madness directly into your eyeballs.

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San Sebastian Adds Julien Temple’s Shane Mcgowan Doc & ‘supernova’ Starring Colin Firth,...

San Sebastian Film Festival has added five features to this year’s line-up, including Matt Dillon’s second film as a director The Great Felllove, and Julien Temple’s Shane McGowan doc Crock Of Gold. The Temple pic will be presented in...

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India’s Online Shopping Festivals Show Its Anti-china Sentiment Is More Talk Than Action

After months of protests against buying made in China products, India’s online festive season sales kicked off today (Aug. 6) with a host of Chinese smartphone launches.At 10am on Aug. 6, Redmi was the most prominently displayed brand across...
Related topics: India, China, Protests, Amazon

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Now Official, Looks The Same But Better

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 turns out to be real. Not that we ever doubted it’s arrival, we just wanted to be sure about its name. The Galaxy Fold 2 is officially called the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 which means the foldable phone is now under...
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Thursday Announce Virtual Festival With Cursive & So I Watch You From Afar

Thursday are streaming a performance from Brooklyn's Saint Vitus Bar for the fest. Continue reading…

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Sarajevo Film Festival Cancels Physical Fest Last-minute After Covid Spike In Bosnia

Organizers of the Sarajevo Film Fesitval, which was set to be one of the first international film festivals to take place in a meaningful physical form this summer, have made a late decision to shift the event entirely to online after a spike of...
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‘world’s First’ Ai-generated Arts Festival Program Opens This Friday

The Edinburgh Fringe is the world’s largest performing arts festival, but this year’s event has sadly been canceled due to COVID-19. Fortunately, art junkies can still get their fix of the Fringe at a virtual alternative curated by an AI...

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