In October New Faces New Voices returned to The Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn, NY. The festival features films from underrepresented communities in an attempt to bring their work to the public, and we were there to talk to some of the filmmakers on hand
If there’s anything that the #MeToo movement made clear, it is why women are reluctanct to come forward to accuse perpetrators of sexual abuse, especially when the perpetrators are powerful and well-known. Women are afraid, with justification, that they will not be believed and that they will be blamed rather than seen as victims.
Alfonso Cortés-Cavanillas’ EGO Scores Trio of Accolades Including Best Feature, Rob Jabbaz Takes Best Director, Special Jury Mention, and the Audience Award for THE SADNESS As Standouts of 2021 Winners. [Monday, October 25, 2021 - Brooklyn, NY] The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival ended its 6th edition last Thursday with the sold-out closing night East Coast … Continue reading BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES AWARDS FOR 2021 EDITION
It’s 2008, and the U.S. military’s surge in Iraq is underway. Soldiers are being called up for their second and third deployments, but some are suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome from previous tours. The military says they’re fit to serve, but they can’t face going back. What can they do
This year marks the festival’s 14th year running and will be presented as a hybrid festival with some in-person screenings and events as well as a full catalogue of official selections available to stream online. The festival will continue streaming all films on its platform watch.bushwickfilmfestival.com with daily filmmaker Q&A’s, and its awards ceremony will be available to watch on Facebook Live.
When tragedy befalls two adult siblings, they must go out into the night and hunt a demonic force that has been following and devouring them, piece by piece, since childhood. Libby Ewing and Evan Dumouchel give poignant, lived-in performances as Daphne and Wilson Shaw, whose lives to this point have been poisoned by addiction, depression, suicidal thoughts, and perhaps something more calculatingly sinister.
https://youtu.be/YdO51Ud0dJg Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode, host Jason Godbey tells you what you need to know about lenses for filmmaking and how to choose the right lens for your project including: the different types and categories of lenses, cinema lenses vs photo lenses, and focal lengths. You can also check out our recent … Continue reading Episode 1006: How to Choose the Right Lens for Filmmaking
Special Jury Award was given to East of Middle West.
When we last saw James Bond (Daniel Craig) at the end of Spectre, he’d quit MI6 and headed off with his Aston Martin DB5 and MI6 shrink Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux). In No Time to Die, we find Bond in blissful retirement. He’s tooling around Italy with Swann, happy, relaxed, and romantic. He’s let down his defenses and let Swann in. “We have all the time in the world,” he says, but we know it can’t last.
https://youtu.be/L4NJE8ULuQo This release comes to us from Universal Pictures Mothers of the Revolution is a feature length documentary that tells the story of a group of women came together to change the world on September 5th, 1981. These women marched from Wales to Berkshire to protest over nuclear weapons being kept at RAF Greenham Common. … Continue reading New Trailer for MOTHERS OF THE REVOLUTION