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LineUp Announced For FEARnyc 2017

Featuring screenings of 30 new horror films, special appearances, and a tribute to horror icon George A. Romero FEARnyc, New York City's most terrifying horror film festival, has announced the lineup for the 2017 festival. Sponsored by Bloody Disgusting and... Continue Reading →

LUNAFEST Returns to San Pedro International Film Festival

LUNAFEST®, the fundraising film festival dedicated to promoting awareness about women's issues, highlighting women filmmakers, and bringing women together in their communities, returns for its second year at the 5th Annual San Pedro International Film Festival at The Space on... Continue Reading →

San Pedro International Film Festival Celebrates 5th Year

The San Pedro International Film Festival (SPIFFest) celebrates its 5th anniversary presenting one of the South Bay’s largest film festivals from October 6-16, 2016 in San Pedro’s Historic Waterfront District. The festival will spotlight expanded multimedia programming including art, music... Continue Reading →

2nd Annual Mammoth Lakes Film Fest Announces Lineup

5 Days 50 Films Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, set in the majestic setting of Mammoth Lakes, California, five hours north of Los Angeles by car and thirty minutes south of the entrance to Yosemite National Park, has announced its line-up... Continue Reading →

Palm Beach Film Festival Winner Highlights Announced

The 21st Palm Beach International Film Festival ended dramatically last night by presenting its coveted Jury Award for Best Feature Film to PO directed by John Asher. Winner of the festival’s first ever horror film competition was The House at the... Continue Reading →

Film Festival To Watch This Week: #NYWild

Sponsored by National Geographic, The University of Miami, Exploration Science and Wildlife Conservation Society, the New York WILD Film Festival will be held January 28-31, 2016 at the historic Explorers Club Headquarters, 46 East 70th Street, in New York City.... Continue Reading →

How To Make a Movie with That Christmas Drone

Got a Drone for Christmas this year?  Yep.  You and one million other people this holiday season according to the FAA. What to do? What to do with that high tech toy...Here's an idea:  Make a Movie! You might not... Continue Reading →

REDCAT Opens 10th Annual International Children’s Film Festival on May 2nd

Featuring Short Animated and Live Action Films from more than 35 Countries. May 2-17, 2015 Amai the Bird of Light by Fauzia Minallah (Pakistan) The 10th annual REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival features three weekends of adventurous short-film programs to... Continue Reading →

New York City’s 1st Annual Drone Film Festival Opens March 7!

Tickets are now on sale for the First Annual New York City Drone Film Festival, the world's first film festival dedicated to works filmed using drones. Scheduled for Saturday, March 7 at the Directors Guild of America Theater, NYCDFF is a one-of-a-kind,... Continue Reading →

Rose McGowan Curates The First Annual Dawn Festival DTLA

RSA/Black Dog Films announced yesterday that after the critically acclaimed world premiere at Sundance Film Festival, the taut directorial debut from Rose McGowan, Dawn, will have an Oscar © qualifying run in Los Angeles at the Downtown Independent starting September 19th. Throughout the week the short film will be accompanied by seven features, one per night,... Continue Reading →

Two Standout Films At The 2014 Slamdance Film Fest

The Sublime and Beautiful World Premiere - 2014 Slamdance Narrative Feature Competition Synopsis: David Conrad is a college professor raising three children in a small Kansas suburb with his wife Kelly.  David and Kelly's marriage is brought to its breaking... Continue Reading →

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