SHOWTIME(R) SPORTS DOCUMENTARY FILMS PRESENTS “BOYS IN BLUE,” DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY EMMY(R) AWARD-WINNING FILMAST PETER BERG The docuseries follows the high school football team coached by police officers in North Minneapolis following the police killing of George Floyd Four-part series premieres Friday, Jan. 6 atRead More →

Realized by: Federico Fellini | Written by: Federico Fellini and Tonino Guerra God, is this an amazing movie. Look, that’s a dumb thing to say, but, if I had to pick anyone throughout history, he’d be my favorite. [director]. I don’t think there is anyone who has ever lived, whoRead More →

First published October 31, 2022, 12:45 PM IST From horror comedies Phone Bhoot, Bhediya to MCU’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever to Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s Yashoda to The Crown Season 5, here’s a list of November’s movies and series. Photo courtesy: Instagram November brings spooky horror comedies, like Phone Bhoot andRead More →

People often associate made-for-TV movies with lower quality, poor acting, and cheap pricing. Unfortunately, most of the time, this perception turns out to be justified. However, that’s what makes discovering an example of the form that breaks that mold such a rewarding experience. RELATED: 10 Campy Horror Movies Perfect ForRead More →

If there are two countries that have been making headlines for a few months now, it is Russia and Ukraine. From Russia‘During the February 24 invasion, Western support and attention for Ukraine increased dramatically. In recent months, love for the small country has become a popular trend in American culture.Read More →

Through films such as the rōnin-centric “Yojimbo” or the artistic “Ran”, Kurosawa championed the theme of conflict between personal conflict and communal identity against the backdrop of socio-political violence. The samurai code of placing country above self-preservation is open to interpretation in these films, and the game mimics this viaRead More →

(LR) Sheila Atim, Julius Tennon, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Viola Davis, Thuso Mbedu and Cathy Schulman in Toronto. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Emma McIntyre/Getty Images Harry Styles with a handbag. Taylor Swift in gold. Steven Spielberg’s love song to his late parents. After two years in obscurity, with movieRead More →

Since writing the groundbreaking screenplay of Martin Scorsesethe masterpiece Taxi driver, Paul Schrader established himself as one of the best screenwriters in cinema. iconic movies angry bull, The Last Temptation of Christand Bring out the dead resulted from his later writing collaborations with Scorsese. However, Schrader’s worldview manifests itself mostRead More →

Bastion production house Bastion Films has rebranded itself as Bastion Make, reflecting a newly expanded range of production capabilities, Mumbrella can reveal. The agency’s production department has spent the last 12 months transforming under the leadership of Managing Director Jacqueline Archer, who was appointed to the role in September 2021Read More →

The Toronto Film Festival is underway, the first purely in-person edition since before the COVID-19 pandemic. There are high-profile premieres, including Ryan Johnson’s Knives out after, Glass Oniona number of films traveling on their charts from Telluride and/or Venice (Florian Zeller’s The sonby Laura Poitras All the beauty and bloodshed),Read More →

New Zealand has it all, from the icy peaks and frozen lakes of the South Island to the lush green landscapes of the North Island, making it one of the most unique countries in the world. Visitors from around the world have been drawn to New Zealand’s awe-inspiring landscapes forRead More →

Studio Ghibli is an award-winning animation studio that has wowed audiences with its awe-inspiring artwork since the 1980s. Known for its magical tales, lovable characters, serene soundtracks, and cutting-edge visuals, Studio Ghibli has produced over 20 anime classics unlike anything the world has ever seen. Their sleek, realistic art styleRead More →

Talkbacks, Gawad Alternatibo highlights from this year’s independent film festival THE 18e edition of the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, which focuses on the theme “Breaking Through the Noise”, will present 11 feature films and 12 short films. After two consecutive years of online streaming, Cinemalaya is returning to on-siteRead More →

MCU fans had plenty to rejoice when Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige introduced The Multiverse Saga at the recent San Diego Comic-Con. It consists of all upcoming Disney+ movies and shows from Phases Four, Five, and Six. Fans got a glimpse of his development slate during his star-studded presentation, andRead More →

LOS ANGELES, July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Vision Films, Inc. (“Vision”) Announces Release of Feature Documentary Why the hell on VOD, DVD and Blu-Ray on August 16. The film was directed and produced by an animal activist and filmmaker Katie Clearyincluding the previous award-winning documentary, give me shelterdebuted on NetflixRead More →

When it comes to portraying the rise of the internet on film, it’s usually a pretty bland and superficial depiction that doesn’t really go into the details of technology or our growing reliance on it. regard. Instead, flimsy reminders of early internet memes or out-of-touch baby boomer critiques of howRead More →

Choice of the week Clifford the big red dog Jack Whitehall in Clifford the Big Red Dog. Photography: Paramount/Allstar A live-action movie remake of a 60-year-old children’s book will never win awards, especially not when it features Jack Whitehall performing an American accent only intermittently. But watch closely and CliffordRead More →

“I don’t want to play a character that is easily replaceable and doesn’t add anything to the storyline. My priority is not just to look good on screen. I want to play important roles,” says Sanya Malhotra Slowly but surely, actress Sanya Malhotra has carved out a place for herselfRead More →

Films that take the human spirit and attempt to break it or at least find its limits, the perilous journey is a relentless test of endurance that spans the globe. Whether it’s an epic hero’s journey based on myth, the revolutionary spirit of rebellion, or the search for a wayRead More →

HBO Sports, NFL Films and the Arizona Cardinals join forces for in-season blowouts: THE ARIZONA CARDINALS Primetime Multi-Episode Edition Returns for a Second Season Television’s most acclaimed sports reality franchise, HARD KNOCKS, which expanded its programming platform last fall with theRead More →

Indian cinema has played a major role in the global entertainment industry for over fifty years. In many ways, he pioneered a distinctly Indian style and captured the imagination of people around the world. However, over the past decade, Indian cinema has taken an interesting turn; many quirky films beganRead More →

Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon in the 1939 big screen adaptation of Wuthering Heights The theater is presenting the film in association with Sci-Fi Scarborough, and the screening will be followed by a Q&A with Julie Dawn Cole, who plays the spoiled Golden Ticket winner. The April schedule also includesRead More →