Posts from the ‘Festivals’ category

Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Favourite’ to Open 2018 New York Film Festival

The 56th New York Film Festival is fast approaching this September, and they’ve announced that Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite will open the festival. This follows last…

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Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘ROMA’ Is New York Film Festival Centerpiece

With the 56th New York Film Festival on the horizon, we are excited to see what the festival has in store for us this year. Today,…

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Review: ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’ [Tribeca 2018]

The Miseducation of Cameron Post | Desiree Akhavan | Tribeca 2018 Director Desiree Akhavan’s sophomore feature, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, is adapted from author Emily…

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Review: ‘O.G.’ [Tribeca 2018]

O.G. | Madeleine Sackler | Tribeca 2018 In director Madeleine Sackler’s O.G., the titular original gangster is by Louis (Jeffrey Wright), who has been locked up…

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Review: ‘To Dust’ [Tribeca 2018]

To Dust | Shawn Snyder | Tribeca 2018 Son Of Saul’s Géza Röhrig and Matthew Broderick star in director Shawn Snyder’s new film To Dust. It’s one…

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Review: ‘Saint Bernard Syndicate’ [Tribeca 2018]

The Saint Bernard Syndicate | Mads Brügger | Tribeca 2018 In Mads Brügger’s St. Bernard Syndicate, two friends head to China in hopes of launching a new…

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Review: ‘Mary Shelley’ [Tribeca 2018]

Mary Shelley | Haifaa Al-Mansour | Tribeca 2018 Directed by Saudi Arabian filmmaker Haifaa Al-Mansour, Mary Shelley tells the story of the famed author of the…

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Review: ‘Woman Walks Ahead’ [Tribeca 2018]

Woman Walks Ahead | Susanna White | Tribeca 2018 Directed by Susanna White and written by Steven Knight, Woman Walks Head tells the true story of…

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Review: ‘Song of Back and Neck’ [Tribeca 2018]

Song of Back and Neck | Paul Lieberstein | Tribeca 2018 Song of Back and Neck is the directorial debut of Paul Lieberstein, best known for…

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Review: ‘Obey’ [Tribeca 2018]

Obey | Jamie Jones | Tribeca 2018 Obey is the debut feature film offering from director Jamie Jones. Taking place during the tensions of the real…

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