The 40th Annual REELING: Chicago International LGBTQ+ Film Festival will run from September 22 through October 6. Explore the film schedule and start planning your Reeling experience! The opening night promises to be magical, but it’s only the beginning! REELING continues with day two on Friday, September 23. Check outRead More →

Aladerri International Film Festival | 09/18/2022 | Choose Chicago Skip to accept cookiesSkip navigation Sep18 The Aladerri International Film Festival (AIFF) is an IMDB awards list qualifier dedicated to celebrating “Short Films”, a multi-day event in Chicago supporting filmmakers and giving them the opportunity to showcase their work in theRead More →

The Mosaic World Film Festival (MWFF) 2022 has lined up its lineup of 78 films for its 15th annual event to be held at the RPL Nordlof Center in Rockford, Illinois from September 16-18. This year’s selections were selected from hundreds of submissions and 57 countries around the world, includingRead More →

Marrakech, Morocco- Italian director Paolo Sorrentino will chair the jury of the Marrakech International Film Festival, which aims to discover filmmakers from around the world and will take place in November, festival organizers have announced. As with so many important arts events, the week-long festival in Marrakech, scheduled for NovemberRead More →

There are quite a few wonderful MENA titles featured in this year’s Venice Film Festival lineup. In fact, the opening day of the festival also signified the world premiere of Lebanese filmmaker Wissam Charaf’s modern neorealism title. Dirty, Difficult, Dangerous – which was the opening movie of the Giornate degliRead More →

The VAiFF community has a place for you. Live music. Performances. Special guests. Film preview of the winners of the 2021 production grants. Awards and surprises and spectacular announcements. A filmmaker’s passion for a project doesn’t stop at the festival’s standard two-year deadline for submissions. They should be allowed toRead More →

Kim Kyeong-bae’s “Amen a Man” won the gold award for best animated short at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival. [FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL] Three Korean animated shorts, including director Kim Kyeong-bae’s “Amen a Man,” received awards at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival, which ran from July 14 to WednesdayRead More →

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:July 27, 2022 Whistleblower Summit and Film Festival: Three Mile Island Merger Q&A on the filmmakers and panel discussion WHAT: This remote discussion of the fascinating Netflix docuseries Merger and how nuclear safety issues remain pressing concerns and ongoing efforts to strengthen legal protections for nuclear whistleblowers. ThisRead More →

Film festivals are the lifeblood of the film industry. Thousands of people descend on a city for a week to watch dozens of brand-new movies and seek out adoring fans. Some independent films are out there looking for distributors to put them in theaters or on streaming platforms. Others areRead More →

The Festival of stories and films in Râşnov (FFIR), in central Romania, will present a selection of documentaries produced in Chile, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, Romania, France, Australia, United States, Belgium, Ukraine and Moldova. The selected documentaries are 130 Hermanos by Ainara Aparici (Chile), Operation Chocolate by Silvia Maturana, Carlos CastroRead More →

Several Romanian films that have won awards at international festivals, including Cannes or San Sebastián, will be screened during this year’s edition of Anonimul International Independent Film Festival. The event takes place from August 8 to 14 in Sfântu Gheorghe, in the Danube Delta. The program includes two short filmRead More →

Romania’s biggest film festival, Transylvania International Film Festival (TIFF), celebrated its 21st edition between June 17 and 26 in Cluj-Napoca. The Romanian Cinema Days (Zilele Filmului Românesc) is one of its main sections, a competition featuring the most recent, already created and upcoming Romanian productions. The winner is Miracle/Miracolthe secondRead More →

July 11-22, 2022 | Starting at midnight on Monday, July 11, audiences will be able to watch and share all 27 films. The 2022 festival carries the tagline “Stories that Stick” to highlight the impact of powerful storytelling. In addition, a panel of nine jury members will select their favoriteRead More →

About the movie In this film, Alexander uses their artwork to take us on a journey through gender identity, expression, flirting, and being queer in a Midwestern town. Through on-screen interviews in front of different color backdrops, Alex tells her personal story in a way that feels universal to allRead More →

Reading time: 4 minutes The International Fantasy Film Festival is my favorite beat to cover, not just because of the genre offerings, but because of the depth of Asian cinema it brings. With manga adaptations, grindhouse takes, intense action, and thrilling drama, I’ve always been blown away by the festival’sRead More →

The Locarno Film Festival has announced the full line-up and juries for its 75th edition, which will take place August 3-13. The festival will have a star-studded kick-off on August 3 with the international premiere of David Leitch’s action-comedy High-speed trainfeaturing Brad Pitt alongside an ensemble cast of Joey King,Read More →

The 2022 Cleveland Italian Film Festival will screen award-winning Italian films from August 25 through September 8, 2022 at Cedar Lee Theater and Atlas Cinemas Eastgate. All films are $12 each and will screen Thursday nights at 7:30 p.m. Buy tickets clevelanditalianfilm.eventbrite.com or by calling 216-456-8117.The 16th Cleveland Italian FilmRead More →

MORRISON — The lineup for the second annual Northwest Illinois Film Festival includes a docudrama about slavery, a faith-based romantic drama, a thriller and two shorts. The Northwest Illinois Film Bureau organized the festival, which celebrates independent filmmakers with ties to Northwest Illinois. The films will screen June 24 andRead More →

The opening of the 2022 Korean Film Festival was held on June 10-11 in Lebanon, attended by Korean Ambassador SE IL Park. The 2022 edition of the Korean Film Festival organized by the Korean Embassy in Lebanon, in collaboration with the Korea Foundation, screened two films “Juror 8” and “Luck-Key”.Read More →

The big comeback, a new documentary about long-running efforts to promote reparations for African Americans, premiered Monday, June 13 at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film highlights Evanston’s reparations program, which “for the first time in American history” provides a funding mechanism to initiate payment for reparations. For more informationRead More →

Felix Culpa/MOHO FILM/Kris Dewitte/Menuet/Fredrik Wenzel (c) Plattform/les films du losange This year’s Cannes Film Festival lineup was filled with films from a wide range of performers and filmmakers, from newcomers like Charlotte Wells to established authors like David Cronenberg and Claire Denis. For two weeks, stars graced the red carpetRead More →

Director Ruben Ostlund wins the Palme d’Or. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images) Getty Images The 75th Cannes Film Festival, after two weeks of standing ovations and walkouts, comes to a close this evening of May 28, 2022. The festival has returned to its usual glitz and glamor this year, culminatingRead More →

In a collaborative revamp of the 28th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival (CUFF), the oldest underground film festival in the world, Full Spectrum Features (FSF) is the official presenter of CUFF this year to program more diversity, equity and inclusion. to represent a wider range of artists and voices, includingRead More →

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 →