By Nancy S. Bishop, Third rib examination: Since 1985, the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago has presented the annual Chicago Latin Film Festival, which features a diverse and entertaining selection of feature and short films from across Latin America. This year’s event, presented both in person and virtually, beganRead More →

Champaign, IL (WCIA) Ebertfest Film Festival Roger and Chaz Ebert could have founded a film festival anywhere, but they brought it to his hometown, and Chaz Ebert honored that by donating so much time and resources as gifts to the festival and the College of Media . The festival beginsRead More →

The 75th Cannes International Film Festival unveiled the official lineup for its 2022 edition at a press conference in Paris. Cannes Film Festival President Pierre Lescure and General Delegate/Artistic Director Thierry Frémaux shared the competition, Un Certain Regard and out-of-competition titles from the 75th edition of the event, which runsRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

“Dublin has a remarkable per capita cinema attendance, among the highest in Europe, certainly the highest in the EU,” Michael Dwyer, chief film correspondent for The Irish Times, told Variety in 2003. absurd that the city did not organize an international film festival. Dwyer, who founded the first Dublin FilmRead More →

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. “One of the things people fear about insects is their sting. This year’s theme Fear of Insects Film Festival is “Venom”, and the festival will feature poisonous insects and other arthropods such as spiders and centipedes. The 39th festival will take place on February 26 at 5 p.m.Read More →

Echo Modern Dance Collective is back for another year of dance film festivities! After having to cancel our live show in 2020, we turned to making art safe from the pandemic and founded Reverb. We were surprised at how rewarding and community-focused the event turned out, despite being virtual. TheRead More →

Echo Modern Dance Collective is back for another year of dance film festivities! After having to cancel our live show in 2020, we turned to making art safe from the pandemic and founded Reverb. We were surprised at how rewarding and community-focused the event turned out, despite being virtual. TheRead More →

Dispatches from the Sundance Film Festival are usually accompanied by descriptions of looming mountains, snowy premieres and frantic bus shuttles. This year’s Sundance, which took place entirely virtually due to the surge of COVID-19 caused by the omicron variant, meant less evocative screening circumstances: laptops, digital links and zooms. ButRead More →

The jury also awarded two special mentions: to KELTI by Milica Tomović (Celts, Serbia 2021) For her ability to tell the story of a whole world through a single group of family and friends, in a house during an evening , and for the way she builds an ensemble filmRead More →

The Department of Film, Television and Theater (FTT) will host the 33rd edition Notre Dame Student Film Festival this weekend at the Browning Cinema at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center (DPAC). The festival will showcase the work of 22 student filmmakers created in the Introduction to Film Production, Intermediate FilmRead More →

Notre-Dame Student Film Festival The Department of Cinema, Television and Theater (FTT) of the University of Notre Dame presents the 33rd Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival, at Browning Cinema at DeBartolo Performing Arts Center January 21-23. An annual launching pad for student filmmakers starting their careers in the film,Read More →

Seventh edition poster © Babylon Film Festival Seventh year of Babylon Film Festival, the first international film competition for a production that makes room for minority languages, promoted by the Humanitarian Society – Cineteca Sarda di Cagliari, in collaboration with the Sardegna Film Commission Foundation and the associations Babel, TerraRead More →

The Chicago South Side Film Festival (CSSFF) has brought back hybrid and live screenings for moviegoers and filmmakers on Chicago’s South Side, which began the weekend of November 27 and runs through December 5. This year, CSSFF founder Michelle Kennedy wanted to assure moviegoers that this year’s festival will encompassRead More →

The 39th edition of the Torino Film Festival, Italy’s premier event for young directors and independent cinema, kicks off on Friday with the international premiere of “Sing 2”. It is the country’s first festival held in venues with 100% seating capacity since the COVID-19 strike, and it will will alsoRead More →

The 39th edition of the Torino Film Festival, Italy’s premier event for young directors and independent cinema, kicks off on Friday with the international premiere of “Sing 2”. This is the country’s first festival held in venues with 100% seating capacity since the COVID-19 strike, and it will be willRead More →

TEHRAN – Iranian short films “Identibye”, “The Doll’s Game” and “House of Fortune” won awards at the 20th Route 66 Film Festival in Springfield, Illinois, USA. “Identibye”, written and directed by Sajjad Shahhatami, was named best foreign language film when the winners were announced last week. In this drama, theRead More →

Photo credit: Champion Hamilton LR: Sibyl Reymundo-Santiago (Executive Director), Cady McClain (Jury Member), Jorge Ballos (President & Founder) This year’s festival featured a diverse selection of feature films, shorts, documentaries, pilot series and animated films and an in-person awards ceremony. It was so exciting to see the filmmakers engaged throughoutRead More →

The international premiere of the animated musical “Sing 2” will open the upcoming Turin Film Festival, the premier event in Italy for young directors and independent products, which will honor Monica Bellucci with an award of excellence for the entire career. Director Garth Jennings will be present in Turin forRead More →

Chicago, Illinois. – The Chicago South Side Film Festival (CSSFF) is bringing back hybrid and live screenings for film buffs and filmmakers to Chicago’s South Side from November 27 to December 5. Saturday November 27 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Kicks off the film festivities at IIT Art AuditoriumRead More →

Hyderabad: Cinema, in all its forms, continues to be a powerful medium, which binds us together, helps us to remain united, beyond all borders. It provides a way to share our feelings, our fears as well as our hopes, a window into our innermost being. Offer a “window to Europe”,Read More →

The Seville European Film Festival, a key gateway to Spain for recent European films, celebrates its 18th edition in honor of German-Spanish actor-director Daniel Brühl (“Inglourious Basterds”, “Rush” ). Faced with the challenges of the post-COVID cinema recovery, the festival is also strengthening its commitment to the industry. Seville, whichRead More →