The emotionally captivating feature Colorblind follows the story of Magdalene, a colorblind black artist, and her son Monet as they move into a new neighborhood where they are challenged when they see the true colors of people. When their racist landlord Walton is forced to babysit Monet due to an unexpected emergency, he discovers a more colorful world through the child's black-and-white perspective. Colorblind takes the audience through a heart-wrenching journey of the complexities of race and social injustices, seeing it through the lens of a colorblind mother and son.
SFFILM Announces Full Lineup for 66th San Francisco International Film Festival
The full lineup for the 66th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFFILM Festival), the longest-running film festival in the Americas was announced this week. This year’s program, curated from over five thousand submissions and invitations, will screen exclusively in theaters across San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley from April 13–April 23.
Episode 1302: The First Step Directors Brandon & Lance Kramer
On this episode directors Brandon & Lance Kramer talk about their feature documentary The First Step, which follows media personality and activist Van Jones as he attempts to get a prison reform bill passed during the Trump administration.
Movie Release: SISU
Hot off the presses, this release comes to us from Lionsgate. This movie looks bonkers! One man murdering Nazis in creative and exciting ways. It is not yet rated, but it looks to be an R for violence (the trailer should probably be rated R as well).
FEMALE VOICES ROCK Returns to New York
Female Voices Rock is excited to announce the return of Female Voices Rock Film Festival, taking place from May 5th-7th. Festival goers will once again return to theaters to discover this year’s most inspiring independent stories by women creators. In addition, in-person attendees will experience networking opportunities, workshops, industry talks, and parties during the festival, with more details to be announced.
Episode 1301: Horror Movie Update and Interview with Robbie Banfitch
n this episode we bring you an update on the horror films of 2023 including: Knock the Cabin, Fear, Missing, Evil Dead Rise, The Nun 2 and more, plus our interview with The Outwaters director, Robbie Banfitch.
2023 Overlook Film Festival Festival Announces Full Schedule
The Overlook Film Festival released today the full schedule for its upcoming 2023 edition, taking place March 30 – April 2 in America’s most haunted city, New Orleans, LA.
Stephen Curry Doc to Open San Francisco International Film Festival
The San Francisco International Film Festival Presents the West Coast and Hometown Premiere of Peter Nicks’ Stephen Curry: Underrated on April 13th [San Francisco, CA -March 13, 2023] SFFILM announced today Emmy award-winning filmmaker Peter Nicks’ Stephen Curry: Underrated from Apple Original Films and A24, as the opening night program for the 66th San Francisco … Continue reading Stephen Curry Doc to Open San Francisco International Film Festival
The Sequel to the Requel: SCREAM VI [No Spoilers]
After being rebooted last year, the Scream franchise continues with the new characters, Sam and Tara Carpenter. In this installment we're in New York City where Tara (Jenna Ortega) is going college. She and sister Sam (Melissa Barrera) have come to NYC, to start over after surviving the perils of the Ghostface killings in Woodsboro.
The No Rest for the Weekend Awards
To cap off our 12th season of No Rest for the Weekend, we bring you a special episode, our very own awards show. Featuring Emmeline Prior, Maribeth Thueson, and William J. Hammon, we present awards for the best films of 2022.