Oak Cliff Film Festival Returns June 24-27

Swan Song photo courtesy Magnolia Pictures Facebook Twitter Pinterest The 10th annual edition of the Oak Cliff Film Festival (OCFF) takes place June 24-27 in a number of community venues. The festival screenings and events will be at the historic Texas Theatre, Bishop Arts Theatre Center, Kessler Theater, Wild Detectives, and other venues around Oak … Read more

Wes Anderson’s next film starring Tilda Swinton, film set in Spain

Wes Andersonthe last movie French officeIt will soon have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on July 6. The general public will not be able to see it until October 22, but even earlier. Scout Photos With its theatrical distribution, Anderson has already started organizing his next project. The untitled film is said … Read more

‘The Batman’: Matt Reeves shares a new image of Robert Pattinson in the film

More and more are adding to the celebration of ‘Batman Day’, a great special event which has been taking place for a few years every third Saturday of September. Thousands of fans around the world join in this event that pays tribute to one of the comic characters that we have seen the most times … Read more

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Sought Feedback from Jodie Comer and Adam Driver While Writing the Film

Best-friends Matt Damon and Ben Affleck reunited to write a movie 25 years after the success of their first writing venture Good Will Hunting. As a result, we have The Last Duel set to release on Oct. 15. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the duo spoke about writing together after a long gap … Read more

‘Suffragette’ director Sarah Gavron plots next film with Fable, Altitude (exclusive) | News

Filming is underway on Untitled Girls Film (working title), the latest feature from Suffragette and Brick Lane director Sarah Gavron. The film follows a lively, multi-cultural group of teenagers from a fictional girls’ state school in London. Casting director Lucy Pardee and the producing team have put together a group of non-actors to portray the group, and … Read more

Oscar Race Gets Clearer After the Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto amplifies buzz from Venice and Telluride, and intros new players into the awards mix. Who came out ahead and behind? No question there’s more to learn from a live film festival than a virtual one. In 2021, live Cannes and Telluride events provided scads of intel on how movies played for audiences and media. … Read more

Horacio García-Rojas joins the cast of the film Cry Macho, the new from Clint Eastwood – nonenglishfeed

Cry macho is the 42nd production of the 90-year-old American and tells the story of a man who was a rodeo star and helps a young man with problems to enter Texas (United States) from Mexico. SEE MORE Clint Eastwood will direct and star Cry Macho, tape about an old rodeo star By Inés Amarelo … Read more

How Do We Value Film Libraries in the Age of Coronavirus?

How to value a film library is a major question in the COVID-19 era as cinemas and streamers turn to older titles to plug the gap caused by production suspensions, and face a reluctance to release new titles in a time of social distancing, coupled with a resurgent dialogue around historic race depictions. The U.K.’s … Read more

Ordinary Love and The Other Lamb to premiere at 2019 Toronto International Film Festival

Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s Northern Irish feature Ordinary Love and Małgorzata Szumowska’s Irish-Belgian co-production The Other Lamb will premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival this September. Irish director John Crowley’s The Goldfinch will also make its debut. Filmed entirely on location in Northern Ireland with funding from Northern Ireland Screen Ordinary … Read more