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Last few days to submit a film to Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

  The most unique difference between entering FLIFF and your ordinary film festival, is opportunity. When you submit your film to FLIFF you are automatically entered for consideration into: Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival November 6 - 22, 2015 Final Deadline August 15 Celebrating its 30th annual festival in 2015, the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) presents American indies and studio films, international films, special tributes and semina...

Dinosaur Junior Film Distribution Nothing has changed- Everything's Different

Since the onslaught of digital distribution, little has changed. The Radical change was this: Artists took back control of their own works their IP (intellectual property 101) and when Major Studio monopoly bit the dust, the remnants of brick & mortar and keys to the Cadillac  (yes that's another blog coming up) distribution models were still in place. Hurray (not) for Hollywood! But the ground has been broken. Tectonic plates have shifted in the Land 'o T-Rex has been re...

Sacramento French Film Festival 2015 Audience Award Winner!

SAMBA, the social comedy by Olivier Nakache & Éric Toledano, presented on Opening Night Friday, June 20, 2015, won the 2015 SACRAMENTO FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL AUDIENCE AWARD.   14 other Premieres were eligible to win our 2015 Audience Award. GEMMA BOVERY, the dramatic comedy directed by Anne Fontaine came second. NUMBER ONE FAN, the thriller comedy directed by Jeanne Herry, came third.   SAMBA, the latest feature by the duo of directors who brought us Intouchables, combines...

Highlights of International Tour Film Festival 2015

ITFF 2015 International Tour Film Festival Short and medium length films about Fiction, Documentaries, Animation and tourism promotion “Experience New Horizons”From the 3rd to the 11th of July 2015 in Civitavecchia, the fourth edition The big organisational machine has started for the fourth edition of the International Tour Film Festival, from the 3rd to the 11th of July in Civitavecchia (Rome). The event is organised by the Cultural Association CivitaFilmCommission, whose Pres...

Bezubaan Ishq, Review: Very little to say

Bezubaan Ishq, Review: Very little to say This silent, tongue-less (literal translation of the word Bezubaan; ishq means love) tale revolves around three middle-aged friends and their families. Mansukh Patel (Sachin Khedekar) is an NRI toy manufacturer residing with his British wife, Lisa (Alexandra Ashman) and daughter Rumjhum (Sneha Ullal) in London, UK. Though the Patels live in London, they haven't forgotten their Indian traditions and values. Mansukh's younger brother, Rashmikant...

38th Asian American Intl Film Fest Opens with My Voice, My Life

By Maria Esteves - July 3, 2015 The 38th Asian American International Film Festival 2015 (AAIFF15) will be held in New York July 23 - August 1. Presented by Asian Cinevision, AAIFF annually showcase the best independent cinema by Asian and Asian Americans along with panel discussions, special events, screenplay competition readings, gala receptions and after parties. This year's Opening, Centerpiece and Closing night Premieres are MY VOICE, MY LIFE, directed by Ruby Yang at Asia Society, N...

Max, Review: Sane Max

Max, Review: Sane Max A Belgian Shepherd dog called Max, working as a bomb sniffer in Afghanistan with the Marines, returns from service, after his handler Kyle (Robbie Arnell) is killed during a manoeuvre. When told by Sergeant Reyes (Jay Hernandez) that the Marines might put him down on account of his crazed and violent behaviour, as a result of post-traumatic stress, the man’s devastated family adopts the dog. Over time, the dog ends up bonding with the late Marine’s troubled 1...

Interview With O-STAR (2015) Writer/Director/Producer Dima Otvertchenko

O-STAR (2015) by Writer/Director/Producer Dima Otvertchenko. Good-natured country boy Rudy is 19 when he discovers that life on Earth may end this week. But the worst part's already happened: His girlfriend just dumped him. Now he has just a few days to discover what it ever meant to be in love in the first place. Told through fantastical music videos, 'O-Star' features a core cast of actor-singers performing 7 original pop-punk rock songs, hearkening back to 'American Idiot o...

Terminator Genisys, Review: Old or obsolete?

Terminator Genisys, Review: Old or obsolete? Also known as Terminator 5 and released in Real D, 3D and IMAX 3D, Genisys is an elaborately written but largely uni-dimensional tale of the saga that poses the ‘eternal’ question: what if machines tried to take-over the world? By machines, it is meant humanoids, cyborgs, robots and other hybrids with almost unbeatable strength. Either ennui has set in, or the script is too convoluted and complex, or, frankly, the execution is not compe...

Film4 FrightFest serves up a fearsome feast with a record 76 films, embracing 20 world and 42 UK & European premieres

Bigger, bolder, bloodier…Film4 FrightFest 2015 marks its 16th year with its largest  line-up ever. From Thurs 27 August to Mon 31 August, the UK’s leading event for genre fans will return to the Vue West End, Leicester Square to present seventy-six films across five screens, plus a host of special events. There are eighteen countries representing five continents with a record-breaking sixteen European premieres and twenty-six UK premieres. In addition, there is a further &lsquo...