Plagued by visions and nightmares, a catholic priest is ousted from his parish. With nowhere to turn, he follows the sinister visions calling him and discovers a deal he alone must stop. The film stars Alexi Stavrou, Jack Dimich, Dawn Lafferty, and introducing Sergio Myers II.
Triggered directed by Tara Westwood tells the story of Ohio (Isiah Whitlock Jr.) and Virginia (Caitlin Mehner), two people who have lost family members to tragic and senseless incidents of gun violence. After succumbing to their grief, they seek retribution against an influential senator (Tara Westwood) and her husband David (Robert John Burke), whom they hold responsible for their loss.
As a first time filmmaker, Lauren McCann’s short film Girl Boxer dominated the festival circuit in 2020 with over 20 festival wins. There were many more nominations and it gained a special jury prize from SeriesFest - naming her “The Voice to Watch”.
During his aimless journey, Sam happens across a piglet (rarely do I note animal actors, but the fact that the three different pigs who played this part are named after the Latvian equivalent of Harry, Ron, and Hermione made me chuckle) who had just escaped from a farm.
New York, NY (August 2, 2022) – Film at Lincoln Center announces Noah Baumbach’s White Noise as Opening Night of the 60th New York Film Festival, making its North American premiere at Alice Tully Hall on September 30.
https://youtu.be/qDckWBkoStE Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode actor/producer Katherine Waddell talks about her feature film, Balloon Animal which is directed by Em Johnson and is currently making its way around the festival circuit. We first learned about Katharine and her film at this year's Brooklyn Film Festival. For more episodes and film festival coverage, … Continue reading Episode 1120: Katherine Waddell
https://youtu.be/YfkxRHJTRKg Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode we continue our coverage of to the Tribeca Film Festival 2022. We take you to the premiere of the Amazon feature Don't Make Me Go with interviews with the stars of the film, John Cho and Mia Isaac. Kayla Vera interviews Frank Berry, the director of Aisha, … Continue reading Episode 1119: Tribeca Film Festival Recap Part II
https://youtu.be/0wW_AKEvQ7U By Jason Godbey Last night at the SVA Theater in New York City, Don't Make Me Go the new indie drama from director Hannah Marks made its world premiere as part of this year's Tribeca Film Festival. Don't Make Me Go is the story of Max Park and his daughter Wally. When Max learns … Continue reading DON’T MAKE ME GO Premieres at Tribeca Film Festival
In Her Name, the directorial debut from actress Sarah Carter. The indie feature will make its world premiere this Sunday, June 12, at the Tribeca Film Festival. Inspired by the life of the late great feminist painter, Huguette Caland, the film—a highly stylized dramedy—explores many of life's biggest challenges with a wink and distinctly female … Continue reading IN HER NAME to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
This release comes to us from Topic Studios. The new documentary from Topic Studios, Turn Every Page will premiere at this year's Tribeca Festival. The film explores the remarkable decades-long collaboration between two literary legends, writer Robert Caro and his editor Robert Gottlieb, as they race to complete their life’s work. It will be featured … Continue reading TURN EVERY PAGE: THE ADVENTURES OF ROBERT CARO AND ROBERT GOTTLIEB Receives World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival