Filmmakers and industry are set to flock to Columbia, MO for the True/False Film Festival, which opens in at the end of the month. Favorites from Sundance and Toronto are among this year's offerings.
Wong Kar-Wai's latest and Karzan Kader's Bekas will bookend Switzerland's Fribourg Film Festival, Spain's Goya Awards are being criticized for being "overtly political," while Kevin Smith says Clerks III will come out as a book before heading to the big screen.
Mira Fornay's My Dog Killer, Daniel Hoesl's Soldier Jane, and Mohammad Shirvani's Fat Shaker received Rotterdam's Hivos Tiger Awards, honoring first or second time filmmakers, while Dutch and Saudi features prevailed in other categories.
Sony Pictures Classics acquired rights for Linklater's latest and Sundance Channel picks up international broadcast rights to five Sundance films including Andrew Bujalski's Computer Chess.
Check out the first seven films slated for the 42nd New Directors/New Films Festival, including new work by Sarah Polley and Shane Carruth, a Bulgarian feature (the first one at the festival in 35 years), and more!
We are happy to announce that our daily podcast hosted by Film Society's Eugene Hernandez will begin dispatching from the Sundance Film Festival tomorrow, and will be continuing at other major festivals throughout the year! Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes...
Stream the official soundtrack of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit, find out what's new at the Hamptons International Film Festival, discover the James Wan-MacGyver connection, and see the latest images from Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained! All in today's FilmLinc Digest...