Love & Redemption-WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE?

Alex is a creative, precocious, 16-year-old who feels like her parents don’t quite understand her. One day, she discovers a letter written to her mother from her birth father and sets out on a quest to find her dad and discover more about herself. Ben Epstein’s Who Are You People is an unflinching and emotionally challenging look at family and redemption.


Tonkawa Film Festival Announces Official Selections

The organizers of the Tonkawa Film Festival have announced their Official Selections for the 2023 Tonkawa Film Festival which returns for its 4th year April 14th and15th, hosted by the Tonkawa Chamber of Commerce. Festival screenings will once again take place at Wilkin Hall on the beautiful Northern Oklahoma College campus in Tonkawa, OK.


Living with Chucky takes an in depth look at the groundbreaking Child’s Play franchise from the perspective of a filmmaker who grew up within it. Featuring interviews with cast and crew such as Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Alex Vincent, creator Don Mancini, and much more, this personal film recounts the dedication, creativity and sacrifice that went into making the franchise and its long-lasting impact on the horror community.

Applications Are Now Open the NYWIFT/WFPF Grant

The NYWIFT WFPF Preservation Grant cycle is now open The deadline is June 15th. Since 1995 the Women’s Film Preservation Fund (WFPF) of New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) has been bringing awareness to women’s enormous accomplishment in filmmaking by funding preservation of films made by American women everywhere and films made in the US by women from other countries.

Episode 1221: Movie News & the Premiere of ONE HAND DON’T CLAP at MOMA

This week we bring you the latest on upcoming movies, the latest upcoming release dates for Cocaine Bear, 65, A Good Person, Super Mario Bros, Renfield, Fast X, The Flash and more… And we'll take you the premiere of the newly restored 1988 documentary, One Hand Don't Clap at the Museum of Modern Art featuring interviews with the film's director, Kavery Kaul and Susan Lazarus of the Women's Film Preservation Fund/New York Women in Film and Television.


New York, NY (February 9, 2023) – Film at Lincoln Center announced today that Viola Davis is the recipient of the 48th Chaplin Award. The award will be presented at a gala evening in Davis’s honor on April 24 at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in New York City. The evening encompasses a joyful celebration … Continue reading VIOLA DAVIS TO RECEIVE CHAPLIN AWARD