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NYFF Review: Experimenter Will Leave You Questioning … The Movie - 1 1/2 out of 5 stars.

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It's to Experimenter’s misfortune that although it premiered at the same Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, The Stanford Prison Experiment came out a few months earlier, and while done in a far less showy approach, it's more engrossing and disturbing than Experimenter. Show More Summary

“The Mask You Live In” Challenges Everyday Ideas of Masculinity. Screening + Panel Discussion

Sundance Film Festival Documentary film "The Mask You Live In" probes toxic masculinity in America The post “The Mask You Live In” Challenges Everyday Ideas of Masculinity. Screening + Panel Discussion appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Exclusive Clip From ‘Finders Keepers’, My Favorite Documentary of 2015 (So Far)

At the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, I saw a documentary titled Finders Keepers, a hilarious, bizarre and sometimes devastating true life story of two men fighting over a severed human leg. Yes, you read that right — a human leg. Aside...Show More Summary

Sundance Horror Hit ‘The Witch’ Set for Early 2016 Release

Shortly after next year’s Sundance Film Festival, one of this year’s Sundance favorites will finally hit theaters. A24 has announced an early 2016 for The Witch, Robert Eggers‘ 17th century chiller about a deeply religious family plagued by suspicion, misfortune, and possibly some evil spirits in colonial New England. Show More Summary

‘The Witch’ Gets an Official Release Date

A24’s period horror film The Witch has gotten an official release date of February 26th. The movie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, has gotten near universal acclaim and is considered by many to be the most anticipated upcoming horror film. Robert Eggers both writes and directs with Anya Taylor Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate […]

WME Signs ‘Upstream Color’ Helmer Shane Carruth And Dive Into ‘The Modern Ocean’

EXCLUSIVE: Shane Carruth, who directed the celebrated Sundance Festival films Primer and Upstream Color, has signed with WME. The agency will help him put together The Modern Ocean, which Carruth plans to next direct. Lawrence Inglee’s Blackbird will produce it alongside Carruth, in partnership with financier Gideon Tadmor. Show More Summary

Oldenburg Film Festival Attracts Young Talent

Whitney Able's starring performance in Nick Basile’s 'Dark,' which had its world premiere in Oldenburg, was a highlight of the festival known as Germany's Sundance. read more

Scientology Film Going Clear Just Ran Into A Huge Problem In Florida

When it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, Alex Gibney's documentary Going Clear caused quite a ruckus. The subject the Academy Award-winner's film is the Church of Scientology, who are not only well funded, they're a rather litigious organization and generally don't take kindly to criticism. Show More Summary

Sundance Pic ‘Glassland’ Sells To Film Movement

Film Movement has acquired North American rights to Glassland, the Irish drama starring Toni Collette, Jack Reynor and Will Poulter that premiered this year at the Sundance Film Festival. The pic, the second feature from Gerard Barrett (Pilgrim Hill), will get a theatrical and VOD release next year. Show More Summary

Toronto Film Festival: Kristen Stewart's 'Equals' has her revisiting forbidden love

Kristen Stewart has been making the rounds of plenty of film festivals lately: Sundance for "Camp X-Ray," Cannes for "Clouds of Sils Maria," Toronto for the Alzheimer's drama "Still Alice." And that was just In 2014.  

Ex-Relativity Pic ‘The Bronze’ Lands At Sony Pictures Classics

Sony Pictures Classics said today that it will release The Bronze, the film Relativity scooped up for $3 million following an all-night negotiation after it opened the Sundance Film Festival in January. The film had been slated for an October, but it was pushed back amid Relativity Media’s bankruptcy proceedings. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Sarah Silverman's Brutal Drug Drama 'I Smile Back'

"Don't you want to be happy?" Broad Green Pictures has debuted the first official trailer for I Smile Back, a very emotional drug drama starring Sarah Silverman. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to positive reviews, as it's about the struggles of an addicted mother and how much she tries to be clean, but can't escape the depression. Show More Summary

This Is the Movie That Will Change How You See Sarah Silverman

Sarah Silverman has made a name for herself with her particular brand of raunchy comedy, but you might be surprised by her dramatic chops after watching the trailer for I Smile Back. The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year and is showing as a special presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival. Show More Summary

Could This 'Tour-De-Force' Performance Get Sarah Silverman An Oscar Nod?! Watch The Trailer For I Smile Back HERE!

This is a new side of Sarah! Sarah Silverman's upcoming flick I Smile Back premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to RAVE reviews. It came as no surprise that it was swooped up right away by Broad Green Pictures to be theatrically distributed. A HUGE part of the praise for the movie was Sarah's dramatic role — [...]

Zurich Film Festival Adds Robert Zemeckis' 'The Walk,' Thomas McCarthy's 'Spotlight'

The festival completes its program with a spate of high-profile titles, including Sundance hits 'Dope' and 'Diary of a Teenage Girl.' read more

‘The Hallow’ Trailer is Coming For Your Children!

The Sundance Film Festival hit The Hallow is arriving here in the States in theaters and on VOD platforms November 6th, 2015. The Hallow, which we reviewed and loved, is directed by Corin Hardy, who is on the plate for The Crow if it ever gets off the ground. We now have the official U.S. […]

Rodrigo Garcia’s ‘Last Days In The Desert’ Lands At Broad Green

Broad Green Pictures has made a deal to distribute Rodrigo García's drama Last Days In The Desert, the Ewan McGregor pic in which he plays both Jesus and the Devil that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The deal puts this...Show More Summary

‘Cooties’ Zombies Basic Diet Consists of Guts, Blood and Brains.

Lionsgate Premiere released the food pyramid for the undead in Cooties, which Patrick Cooper called a “relentless riot.” We also reviewed the film out of last year’s Sundance Film Festival before the ending was reshot. From the minds of Leigh Whannell (co-creator of Saw and Insidious) and Ian Brennan (co-creator of “Glee”), Cooties is a […]

5 Secrets to Festival Marketing

Alexis Levine founded Savvy Media at age 23, and launched her project #savvycity at insider events at film and music festivals across the world. Sundance and South by Southwest are arguably two of the most brand-saturated events in the first quarter of the year. Show More Summary

‘The Hallow’ Clip Has Baby Nightmares

The Sundance Film Festival hit The Hallow is arriving here in the States on November 6th, 2015. The Hallow, which we reviewed and loved, is directed by Corin Hardy, who is on the plate for The Crow if it ever gets off the ground. We now have a new clip from the film that looks […]

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