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In Huemn

Richa picked a black maxi by Huemn to wear to the opening night of the 2016 MAMI Mumbai Film Festival. My first reaction, at seeing the first pic especially, was why is wearing a nun headdress? And even though she wasn’t wearing one, I still am questioning the headband? Just me? Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

In Anamika Khanna

Jacqueline attended the MAMI Mumbai Film Festival opening ceremony wearing an Anamika Khanna fusion sari that also featured a cape. At first glance itself this look felt rather odd and I blame whatever is going around at the waist. It just looked so messy. Wasn’t a fan of the eye-makeup or the ponytail either. They […]

NBCUniversal Names Winners Of The 2016 Short Film Festival

NBCUniversal held its 11th annual Short Film Festival last night to honor its eight finalist, with Oscar nominee Henry Hughes emerging as the night’s big winner, as he took home three of the seven awards. Hughes won for Best Director,...Show More Summary

It Looked Great. It Was Unwatchable.

Ang Lee, the three-time Oscar-winning film director, did his best to lower expectations. “It’s kind of an experimental movie,” he said at the Friday night premiere of Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk at the New York Film Festival. His...Show More Summary

Watch The Best Food Porn While Eating At This Year's Food Film Festival

Watching films about food is usually bittersweet, since you're probably not skilled enough in the kitchen to replicate what you see on your screen. The annual Food Film Festival, which returns to NYC today for its 10th anniversary, gives you a chance to wine, dine, and watch your way through more than 20 food-related flicks. [ more › ]

Pivotal Year Trailer: Barry!

One of the most acclaimed films at this year’s Toronto International film Festival, Barry, follows the young Barack Obama (Barry to his friends) as he moves to New York City in 1981 for his junior year at Columbia University. Barry will be available on Netflix, globally, on December 16th. Check out the trailer following the … Continue reading Pivotal Year Trailer: Barry! ?

Momentum Pictures Nabs ‘Brimstone’ Starring Guy Pearce

Momentum Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to the western/thriller Brimstone. The film, which first premiered in September at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival to positive reviews, is written and directed by Martin Koolhoven. It stars Dakota Fanning (Man on Fire), Guy Pearce (L.A. Confidential), Kit Harrington (“Game of Thrones”), […]

Could You Be the Greatest Sci-Fi Filmmaker on the Planet? 

The Quantum Shorts film festival wants to know, and the deadline for submissions is coming up on December 1 -- Read more on

Coming Distractions: Young Barack Obama strolls through New York in first Barry teaser

Barry—the movie about a young Barack Obama that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year—has gotten its first teaser from Netflix. In this very brief look, we see the future president (played by newcomer Devon Terrell) walking through New York. Show More Summary

Meryl Streep Teams Up with Amy Schumer, Rose McGowan & More For Anti-Trump Sexual Assault PSA!

Meryl Streep is all smiles while attending a photo call for her latest film Florence Foster Jenkins held during the 2016 Rome Film Festival at Auditorium Parco Della Musica on Wednesday (October 20) in Rome, Italy. The 67-year-old actress recently took part in a powerful anti-Donald Trump sexual assault PSA directed by Oscar nominated director [...]

SIFF Hires Sarah Wilke as New Executive Director

9 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Rich Smith What happens when the managing director for a hip contemporary arts org takes the reigns of a film festival known for its populist bent? On the Boards' Sarah Wilke is about to show us. Courtesy of On the Boards SeattleShow More Summary

GIVEAWAY: NewFest 2016’s Closing Night Lesbian Film And Party

10 hours agoLGBT / Lesbian : Autostraddle

We have four tickets to give away for the screening of Lovesong and the closing night after party of New York's LGBT film festival!

Let’s Me And You Go For A Ride: John McNaughton and Michael Rooker on “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” at 30

When attendees of the 1986 Chicago International Film Festival arrived at the venerated Music Box Theatre one Saturday afternoon to see a horror film marking the feature directorial debut of a local documentarian and starring a castShow More Summary

#BackChannel -- Seats at The Table: Nat Turner + '13th' + Luke Cage + Solange

The highly-anticipated film The Birth of a Nation tells the story of a slave rebellion led by Nat Turner in Southampton County, Virginia in 1831. The movie received critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, but support for the movie has since waned as details about the creator’s controversial past resurfaced. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: Once upon a time, hip art movies could make big bucks in America

Palme Thursday is A.A. Dowd’s monthly examination of a winner of the Palme D’Or, determining how well the film has held up and whether it deserved the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. Blow-Up (1967) Festival acclaim...Show More Summary

‘To The Ends Of The Earth,’ ‘Dear President Obama’ Will Get Premieres At Doc LA 2016 Film Festival

Documentaries by women are leading the line-up this year at the 2016 DOC LA festival with a number of premieres set. Borderline, a film about the personality disorder that often goes undiagnosed which was directed by Rebbie Ratner and...Show More Summary

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ Unmutes, Reveals First Look at Adam Driver

After flying under the radar and missing the 2016 film festival scene altogether, Martin Scorsese‘s Silence finally announced a release date a few weeks ago. As expected, the latest film from one of our greatest living filmmakers has been positioned as an Oscar contender, hitting theaters in limited release on December 23, 2016. Show More Summary

Feature: Fantastic Fest 2016

Fantastic Fest 2016 may be seen as a crossroads moment for the film festival. While Tim League and the rest of the Drafthouse crew behind the fest have always courted international films, this year felt more like a departure from genre fare to bring in other, excellent foreign films. Show More Summary

Watch the Trailer for Sophia Takal’s Chilling and Brilliant ‘Always Shine’

Sophia Takal’s Always Shine was easily the best film of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, a masterfully executed, insightful psychological thriller about womanhood and Hollywood. It hits theaters in December – and not a moment too soon – so we’ve finally got a trailer for this unnerving two-hander, and it’s a scorcher: Unsurprisingly, it’s sort […]

In The Eerie 'Always Shine' Trailer, Actresses' Resentment Becomes Psychological Turmoil

Resentment can eat at your soul, if “Always Shine” has anything to say about it. The twisty new psychological thriller ? a prizewinner at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival ? revolves around two actresses whose friendship suffers as one (Caitlin FitzGerald) finds a level of success that the other (Mackenzie Davis) cannot. Show More Summary

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