March 31, 2022 3:12 p.m. EDT Colleagues of Bruce Willis have reportedly expressed concerns about his cognitive state Willis’ family confirmed his retirement due to his aphasia diagnosis. Los Angeles, California – Bruce Willis’ the aphasia diagnosis has apparently been suspected by her on-set colleagues for the past few years.Read More →

WATERLOO — An award-winning docudrama with metro ties will premiere Saturday at the Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival. “Sons & Daughters of Thunder,” by Mid-America Emmy-winning filmmakers Tammy and Kelly Rundle of Fourth Wall Films, will screen at 10:10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the Collins Road Theaters in Marion.Read More →

We often tend to overlook unconventional regional films that are overshadowed by mainstream cinema. Over the years, regional filmmakers have delivered films that have gained popularity for their distinctive style and storytelling. It is no surprise that the Hindi film industry has adapted and will continue to do so toRead More →

BARRINGTON — For 26 years, school crossing guard Fred Welstead stood sentry on busy suburban streets, safely guiding children walking and cycling to and from school with a watchful eye, a gentle smile and a hand stop sign. “The kids are basically well-behaved, very courteous, and they always say ‘thankRead More →

the 38th Chicago Latin Film Festivalpresented by Corona Extra, today announced its selections for its Opening Night and Centerpiece screenings at Drive-in ChiTown Movies, 2343 S. Throop Street The Festival opens Thursday April 21 with Abner Benaim’s harrowing account of class and racial divisions in Panama, Cathedral Square. The CenterpieceRead More →

Arts and Entertainment Office Wed, Mar 23, 2022 1:58 PM Last updated on: Wed, Mar 23, 2022 4:39 PM Siam Ahmed receives the Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male) award for ‘Bishwoshundori’. Photo: Courtesy of PID “> Siam Ahmed receives the Best Actor in a Leading Role (Male) awardRead More →

Now in its third year, Mailchimp’s Support the Shorts initiative seeks to shine a light on shorts that often don’t receive the same level of attention or recognition as their feature-length counterparts. In the past, Mailchimp provided an online platform for these films when SXSW was unexpectedly canceled due toRead More →

Jupiter String Quartet will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. John’s Anglican Parish in Quincy as part of the Quincy Civic Music Association’s 2021-22 season. The program will include Haydn’s “String Quartet in D major, Op. 20 No. 4”, movements 2 and 4 of “Five Folksongs in Counterpoint”Read More →

mau The National Building Museum is hosting the post-pandemic return to DC of the world’s largest film festival dedicated to design and the built environment. More than a dozen international films, mostly feature-length documentaries, will be screened at in-person gatherings over the course of three days, March 24-26. The filmsRead More →

EDWARDSVILLE – Despite a pandemic, despite being an art form thought of outside the popular lexicon of the arts, Opera Edwardsville (OE) has thrived and grown, now celebrating its fifth year as an arts organization cultural and non-profit. Opera Edwardsville has consistently and professionally proven itself, bringing together world-class talentRead More →

(Photo by Chiabella James/Warner Bros. Entertainment) As the 2022 EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony approaches, Denis Villeneuve Dunes led all nominations with 11, including Best Picture, and it won five trophies in categories below the line, including Original Score, Cinematography and Production Design. by Kenneth Branagh Belfast entered theRead More →

Goodman Theater announces upcoming reading Future Labs: Cephianne’s Reflection by Mallory Raven-Ellen Backstrom, directed by Wardell Julius Clark. The second offering (of six planned workshops and presentations) in the second season of Future Labs, Backstrom’s new piece is written in homage to an American dialect and colorful culture found onRead More →

March 10—Balloons Over Vermilion is about kids, and the event gives back to 16 organizations and agencies committed to the health and success of Vermilion County youth and their families. Balloons Over Vermilion officials announced the winners of the 2021 Balloons Over Vermilion/Festival of Trees Impact Award 2021 at theRead More →

Chicago, IL, March 10, 2022 — (PR.com) — The Various Artists Independent Film Festival (VAiFF) is now open for entries. VAiFF accepts short films from filmmakers of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds from Chicago and around the world of various categories and genres. Filmmakers have the opportunity to win aRead More →

The International Children’s Film Festival which has been running continuously since 1995 in Hyderabad once every 2 years has been suspended. After the formation of Telangana State, Film Development Corporation of Telangana organized the Children’s Film Festival for the year 2015 and 2017 but failed to organize the same forRead More →

Best Short Film The black cop BAFTA nominee: Cherish Oteka (director/producer)Current concerns about working culture in London’s Metropolitan Police – along with ongoing conversations about racial profiling within the police – make this an opportune time to The black cop. Cherish Oteka’s docu-drama explores a former Metropolitan Police officer’s experienceRead More →

03/02/2022 – Abbiamo parlato con il nuovo consulente aquatico del festival egiziano riguardo al cinema diretto slab donne e all’importanza dell’Europa per cet evento This article is available in English. Cineuropa spoke with the new artistic adviser of the Aswan International Women’s Film Festival (AWIFF), Ahmed Shawkiwho previously worked forRead More →

03/02/2022 – Abbiamo parlato con il nuovo consulente aquatico del festival egiziano riguardo al cinema diretto slab donne e all’importanza dell’Europa per cet evento This article is available in English. Cineuropa spoke with the new artistic adviser of the Aswan International Women’s Film Festival (AWIFF), Ahmed Shawkiwho previously worked forRead More →

Content Warning: This article mentions gun violence. From a stop-motion animation about a clown to the story of a dancer suffering from chronic pain, the campus film festival “Fools Who Dream” will present films about the meaning of an artist this Thursday. This festival was organized by a group ofRead More →

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — Monday was the last day for those interested in bringing passenger rail to Peoria to give their opinion. In January, city leaders from Peoria, along with leaders from the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), released a 10-question survey that asked residents many questions, including how oftenRead More →