(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 →

FEB. 26 • Local children are invited to explore “The Many Languages ​​of Peace” at the Discovery Center, 332 Eighth Ave. South. Admission to the Discovery Center is $4 per person aged 2-64, $3 per person aged 65 and over, and free for children 1 and under as well asRead More →

On Wednesday, various registered student organizations and students flocked to the Brown Ballroom for the Illinois State University Annual Meeting winter party. Winter Fest provides on-campus organizations the opportunity to get exposure and show off what makes their clubs special. President and Founder of Ladies in PoliticsHailee Wilmoth opened upRead More →

Welcome to a rundown of all the Netflix removals we can expect in March 2022. As many of you know, Netflix’s library isn’t fixed with additions and removals coming all the time. This list will break down every movie and show leaving Netflix throughout March. For those unaware, Netflix licensesRead More →

Once a mainstay of the festival scene, the Delta Film Awards return this year to their natural home, the Fantastic Films Festival. The Delta Group was a group of enthusiastic amateur filmmakers who got together in the 60s and had fun making short films. This then turned into regular meetingsRead More →

The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics (GALECA) unveiled its nominations for the 2022 Dorian Awards on Tuesday, which honor the best in mainstream and independent cinema. Jane Campion’s western drama The power of the dog leads the pack with nine total nominations, including Best Picture, Best LGBTQ Picture and BestRead More →

The 2022 Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards came to a close on Sunday evening and Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise along with Rupali Ganguly’s hit TV show Anupamaa emerged as the evening’s biggest winners. The hit Telugu movie, which not only did brilliant business at the Telugu box officeRead More →

My grandmother Lenore Hardy Billups majored in art at Newcomb College in New Orleans 1908-1913. In his office, I came across this invitation to a Mardi Gras ball at the French Opera there. We are in the middle of Mardi Gras or carnival. Many people, however, don’t appreciate the religiousRead 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 →

USC filmmakers once again dominated the annual DGA Student Film Awards for African American, Asian, Latino and Female Directors, which are designed to honour, encourage and call attention to outstanding directors and diversified in film schools and universities across the country. A national awards ceremony will take place virtually onRead More →

‘Gor’, ‘Bishwoshundori’ emerge as top winners Arts and Entertainment Office Tue 15 Feb 2022 18:47 Last updated on: Wed 16 Feb 2022 00:21 Collage: Sheikh Mehedi Morshed “> Collage: Sheikh Mehedi Morshed The Ministry of Information today announced the winners of the National Film Awards 2020. The awards recognize artists’Read More →

PrairieFest, the area’s popular community festival, is back June 16-19. Presented by the Park District of Oswegoland, the festival combines small-town charm with an emotional summertime celebration over Father’s Day weekend. Free concerts from a mix of national and local bands, plus entertaining performances have always been a highlight ofRead 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 →

Before we get into the trailers, however, we have a new movie starring Hero Fiennes Tiffin (Tom Riddle, 11). He was thrown into The female king, a film based on real events in the kingdom of Dahomey, which was one of the most powerful kingdoms in Africa in the 18thRead More →

After a hiatus in 2020/21 due to Covid-19 restrictions, the highly regarded Into Film Awards are back and will be hosted by actor, broadcaster and acclaimed children’s author, David Walliams on June 28and at the Odeon-Luxe, Leicester Square, alongside a prestigious line-up of film industry stars on hand to presentRead More →

February 2, 2022 6:34 PM EST Murder Mystery and Moonfall: Don’t miss the best February movie releases Tragedy on the Nile, greedy treasure hunters, and more. By Elysee Johnson A new month means new movies! Here are the best movies hitting theaters in February. A new month means new movies.Read 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 →