“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 →

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 →

04/11/2021 – The Spanish gathering comes of age with a powerful array of European authors, of the caliber of Nanni Moretti, Jacques Audiard, Andrea Arnold and Mia Hansen-Løve, among others Bergman Island by Mia Hansen-Løve The huge party that is the Seville European Film Festival is about to celebrate itsRead More →

In a collaborative revamp of the 28th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival (CUFF), the world’s oldest underground film festival, 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, including women, BIPOCRead More →

Photo courtesy of the Chicago International Film Festival An image from the film “Paris, the 13th arrondissement” is shown above. Although the film caused a sensation, it ultimately did not win any awards in the International Feature Film Competition at the Chicago International Film Festival. The 57th Chicago International FilmRead More →

The festival includes the launch of the young adult program, new dimensions, in-person screenings at FACETS and ChiTown Movies Drive-In with nationwide broadcast via the Eventive platform. FACETS 38th Chicago International Children’s Film Festival (CICFF), one of only two international children’s film festivals to qualify for the Oscars, announces thatRead More →

After a year in which it hosted a stripped-down and pandemic-influenced edition, the Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF, October 30-November 8) is back this year in a more conventional format, but with a structure completely new programming and management team. . TIFF President Hiroyasu Ando explains that these changes wereRead More →

After a week of long-awaited premieres, the Chicago International Film Festival has returned with a lineup of films just as important and exciting as those of the first week. With premieres by big names like “Spencer,” starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” and a closing night onRead More →

The Chicago International Film Festival wrapped up on Sunday, marking the end of the festival’s first in-person, virtual and drive-in hybrid format. Last year, CIFF was held virtually with several opportunities to attend screenings behind the wheel. This year, festival organizers have returned to in-person screenings while retaining the abilityRead More →

No good deed goes unpunished in director Asghar Farhadi’s A Hero, a Masters presentation at this year’s 57th Chicago International Film Festival. Iran has selected the film to represent this country at the 2022 Oscars in the category of best international feature film. Farhadi, who also wrote the screenplay, tellsRead More →

Festivals such as the Cannes Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and now the New York Film Festival are all back this year. Thousands of moviegoers will gather between Lincoln Center’s many auditoriums to watch some of the year’s best films. From big moviesRead More →

Click to enlarge Photo of RFT file The St. Louis International Film Festival is returning to in-person screenings and adding virtual films as well. the Tivoli Theater – along with many others – will open their doors again for the Saint-Louis International Film Festival from November. The Saint-Louis International FilmRead More →

Drive My Car is one of the longest and most complex films you’ll see at this year’s 57th Chicago International Film Festival, but it’s one of the most rewarding. The film is screened as an encore this Saturday, October 23 at AMC River East at 1 p.m. in international competition.Read More →

The Chicago International Film Festival returns this week, as really, really coming back! This year’s event, October 13-24, takes place in person at venues across town (downtown AMC River East; Lakeview’s Music Box Theater; Loop’s Gene Siskel Film Center; and more…) as well as virtually, films broadcast again this year.Read More →

TTW press wire University Park, IL – Tickets for the Fourth Chicago Southland International Film Festival (CSIFF) presented by Governors State University are on sale now! This year’s festival provides expanded access to Chicagoland, remote / rural and international viewers through an on-site and virtual hybrid. Virtual streaming is nowRead More →

Revealing and resilient, the Chicago International Film Festival brings back theatrical screenings, as well as less expensive virtual screenings. Last year almost the entire festival took place online. Either way, the cinema is the venerably virtual way to expand our horizons limited by COVID-19. “The French Dispatch” – another ensembleRead More →

The Chicago International Film Festival is the oldest competitive film festival in North America. Screenings will take place at various locations in Chicago including AMC River East 21, Music Box Theater, Gene Siskel Film Center, drive-through screenings at ChiTown Movies in Pilsen and Bronzeville’s Parkway Ballroom. Virtual screenings will beRead More →

printable versionSend the page to a friendPDF version CHICAGO – South of Chicago, particularly in the southern suburbs, is Governors State University (University Park, Illinois). The Chicago Southland International Film Festival, which runs October 11-17, 2021 and is presented by the University, is emerging from the pandemic. Co-founded and co-chairedRead More →

The Rome Film Festival will present three evenings dedicated to opera. On October 20, the festival will present the documentary “Rigoletto al Circo Massimo” by Indigo Film, Rai Cinema and MIC-Direzione Generale Cinema. This represents the esteemed opera director The film debut of Damiano Michieletto. The film features the musicalRead More →

Nearly 50 titles available to audiences in virtually seven Midwestern states October 14-24, 2021 The 57th Chicago International Film Festival will make nearly 50 films available to Midwestern audiences in seven states, including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri and Wisconsin via the platform. Festival streaming form and Apple TVRead More →

Film critic Jesse Hawthorne Ficks is back in theaters to experience the New York Film Festival, which runs from September 24 to October 10. Here’s the second spoiler-free Ficks’ Picks for the upcoming year-end attack from major international films – watch the first installation with Paul Verhoeven’s “Benedetta” here. MICHELANGELORead More →

09/30/2021 – Il programmatore di Les Arcs e Tribeca intende ora portare film di qualità al pubblico di Reykjavik. Abbiamo parlato con lui dell’edizione di quest’anno Questo articolo is available in English. We spoke to Frédéric boyer on what to expect this year from the Reykjavik International Film Festival (RIFF),Read More →

BCIFF winner SACCO & VANZETTI: BURN Best Actress Award Basso family Daniel P Quinn @ Williams Center ArtsPR needs sponsors and presenters in 21-22. BOSTON, USA, September 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – ArtsPRunlimited, Inc is seeking sponsors for outreach programs from 21-22. Understanding Columbus a century ago (1920–25), the Red Scare,Read More →

Imprisoned teenager tries to escape 7 prisoners, Netflix Powerful addition of the Horizons Extra category at the Venice Film Festival. However, 18-year-old Mateus (Christian Marheiros) is not in a traditional prison. It’s a new boss, Luka, in a junkyard in Sao Paulo, Brazil (Rodrigo Santoro), locks him and his colleaguesRead More →

Brooklyn Bushwick Film Festival We’ll be rolling out lineup for the 14th Hybrid, returning to live screenings and special events October 20-24, and showcasing digital artwork called NFT (Non-Fungible Token) for the first time in history. This year’s festival will feature over 135 Indians from 27 countries. Having long announcedRead More →