THE MACHINE: Win A Blu-ray And Poster Signed By Caity Lotz

One of the standout titles from my visit to Fantasia last year was Caradog James' sci fi flick The Machine, not only for its ambition, but for what James was able to achieve visually on such a meager budget. Xlrator... More »
  

New York Asian Film Fest Will Own Your Summer!

If you're a New York cinephile then today is the day you basically will much of your summer away to the guys at Subway Cinema, as they've announced the full line up for the 2014 edition of NYAFF.Chock full of... More »
  

Hey Tokyo! Japan's Short Shorts Film Festival And Asia 2014 Kick Off This Weekend

This year's Short Shorts Film Festival and Asia 2014 (SSFF & ASIA) will be starting today and running until June 15th in locations around Tokyo and in its own dedicated cinema, the Brillia Short Shorts Theater, in Yokohama. The festival... More »
  

EXCLUSIVE: Find Out What Is In The Box In Your First Look At COHERENCE

We have kept pretty mum on James Ward Byrkit's sci-fi drama Coherence. We do not want to give away too much about his award winning film (Fantastic Fest 2013). But then Oscilloscope came to us with the first exclusive clip from... More »
  

Fantaspoa 2014: Award Winners Include DER SAMURAI, PROXY, And ASMODEXIA

With the world premiere of Fantaspoa's own production, Jorge and Alberto vs the Neoliberal Demons (directed by the Quintana Brothers from Argentina), the tenth edition of this incredible Brazilian film festival reached to its end on Sunday night (May 25).... More »
  

Watch The Intense U.S. Trailer For Katrin Gebbe's NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN

Take a moment to watch the brand new U.S. trailer for Katrin Gebbe's horror/drama Nothing Bad Can Happen. Drafthouse Films will release the film in U.S. cinemas on June 27th (which means a Canadian stop here in Toronto at tiff... More »
  

THE SALVATION: IFC Films Acquires North American Rights

THR is reporting that IFC Films have acquired the rights for Kristian Levring's Western The Salvation, starring Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green. "Kristian Levring has assembled an incredible cast and created a classic Western that keeps you on the edge of your... More »
  

Melbourne 2014 Announces World Premiere Of KILL ME THREE TIMES, Starring Simon Pegg

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) has announced their Premier Film Fund films - a selection of new Australian features that make their world premiere at MIFF. Included in this diverse and fantastic line-up is the Simon Pegg vehicle Kill... More »
  

Independent Filmmakers' Showcase Fest To Open With Prize-Winning THE AGE OF REASON

The Independent Filmmakers' Showcase (IFS) Film Festival rolls into Los Angeles on May 27 with some of the year's best indie films in tow. Opening the festival at the Beverly Hills Music Hall is Jordan Harris and Andrew Schrader's... More »
  

Melbourne 2014 Reveals Educational & Enlightening Next Gen Program

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) has announced the line-up for their very youth-centric all-ages program dubbed Next-Gen. Running since 2007, this terrific and diverse range of films seek to capture the imagination of young minds and inspire a new... More »
  

Mexican Sci-Fi Flick MULTIPLIER Goes Ahead With Canadian Support

ScreenDaily is reporting that Mexican and Canadian production companies have inked a deal to co-produce the Mexican science fiction film Multiplier. Velarium Arts, EMAfilms and Filmoption International are teaming up to make Rodrigo Hernandez's short film Protocolo into a feature film. The image... More »
  

Watch A Clip From THE WELL, Thomas S. Hammock's PA Thriller

Thomas S. Hammock's feature film debut, the post-apocalyptic thriller The Well, will make it's World Premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 12th. Hammock has been a production designer for Simon Barrett and Adam Wingard on You're Next, their... More »
  

Crowdfund This! Help The VIKING VAMPIRES Invade Our Shores!

The Viking Vampires are coming! But before they land on our shores, pillage our villages and run off with our livestock and women they need to have a little fundraiser. I guess the good old days of pillaging and running... More »
  

Check Out The First Poster For Thomas Daley's TIGER HOUSE

Fresh from the Market at Cannes, we can share with you the first poster for Thomas Daley's thriller Tiger House. Front and center you will notice the film's heroine Kaya Scodelario hefting a pretty mean crossbow. Below her are her... More »
  

Xlrator Smuggles THE MULE Into The U.S. For Distro

The U.S. rights for the Aussie comedy thriller The Mule have been picked up by Xlrator Media from Entertainment One Films International's newly launched boutique sales arm Séville International. Xlrator will release the film on their 'Macabre' label later this... More »
  

Frontieres Co-Production Market At Fantasia Announces Its Third-Year Slate

Summer is coming.  And with that so does Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival. For the past couple of years, the festival has been shepherding genre projects together via the Frontières International Co-Production Market, which gives the opportunity for filmmakers to meet... More »
  

Timothy Spall & Mike Leigh Bring British Painter To Life In Trailer For MR. TURNER

Mike Leigh's return to Cannes has created quite a stir. His new biopic Mr. Turner will debut at Cannes today - part of the Official Selection - and the first trailer is out to share with you. EOne will release the... More »
  

THE MAN ON CARRION ROAD: Ian McShane And Patrick Wilson Don Hats, Firearms, And Jeans

Coming out of Cannes is the first whiff of this contemporary, dusty American thriller from Spanish director Gonzalo López-Gallego (Apollo 18, Open Grave). Ian McShane, he of the eloquent cuss-laced soliloquy, is playing a soon-to-be retired Sheriff training his replacement (Patrick Wilson)... More »
  

Exclusive Clip From Cannes Selection WHITE GOD Releases The Hounds

Selected as part of the Un Certain Regard program in Cannes, Hungarian writer-director Kornel Mundruczo's White God (Feher Isten) tells the story of a girl and her dog. And a potential inter species war. A cautionary tale between a superior... More »
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Melbourne 2014 Opens Strong With Aussie Sci-fi Noir PREDESTINATION

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) brings the cinematic delights to the winter-chilled city of Melbourne Australia year after year, and after a fantastic array of festivals across the globe it is refreshing to see that the opening night film... More »
  
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