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5 Must See Films Playing at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Festival Film Festival

5 Must See Films Playing at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Festival

In its 15th year, imagineNATIVE showcases a wide variety of film, radio and media from Indigenous artists around the world. Here's the festival's lineup this year. Read More
Insane Trailer for Sion Sono’s ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ News

Insane Trailer for Sion Sono’s ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’

The crazy new trailer for Sion Sono's Why Don't You Play In Hell? Read More
Criterion Collection Announces January Titles From Maddin, Fassbinder, & More News

Criterion Collection Announces January Titles From Maddin, Fassbinder, & More

The Criterion Collection rings in 2015 with four great new releases and one Blu-ray upgrade. Read More
LISTEN: Two Chaotic Tracks from ‘Birdman’ Drum Score by Antonio Sanchez News

LISTEN: Two Chaotic Tracks from ‘Birdman’ Drum Score by Antonio Sanchez

Listen to two excerpts from the soundtrack to the hotly anticipated 'Birdman' film. Read More
MVFF37 Days 10 & 11: After The Fall, Timbuktu, & Wild Film Festival

MVFF37 Days 10 & 11: After The Fall, Timbuktu, & Wild

Closing weekend of the Mill Valley Film Festival just proves the authority of this small festival. It’s rare for a film festival to have such a high percentage of excellent films. No wonder its gained a reputation as a finely curated festival with its tastes squarely in line with mass audience appeal, not to mention the Read More
The Reel Indie Film Festival Brings A Wide Selection of Docs, Shorts and Music Videos Film Festival

The Reel Indie Film Festival Brings A Wide Selection of Docs, Shorts and Music Videos

Only in its second year, the Reel Indie Film Festival (or RIFF for short) is kicking things off with a nice selection of music videos, shorts and features for audiences in Toronto. RIFF is a recent offshoot of Indie Week, an independent music festival showcasing hundreds of acts over five days. The film festival naturally Read More
MVFF37 Day 9: St. Vincent, Foxcatcher, & Two Days, One Night Film Festival

MVFF37 Day 9: St. Vincent, Foxcatcher, & Two Days, One Night

Three of our most anticipated films at the Mill Valley Film Festival played on Day 9 in the 11-day stretch, and they didn’t disappoint. From Bill Murray’s performance as the grumpy titular character in St. Vincent; to Steve Carell’s long-awaited dramatic turn in Foxcatcher; to Marion Cotillard’s incredibly vulnerable performance in the Dardenne brothers’ Two Days, One Night, the festival Read More
MVFF37 Day 8: The Theory of Everything, 10,000 KM, & Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed Film Festival

MVFF37 Day 8: The Theory of Everything, 10,000 KM, & Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed

Forget waiting for the weekend to bring in the heavy hitters, Mill Valley says “It’s Thursday. Let’s party!” And what better way to kick off an early weekend than with the stirring and emotionally sensational biopic of Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything. Already gaining significant accolade for his performance as Stephen Hawking, Eddie Redmayne was Read More
MVFF37 Day 7: Charlie’s Country, Nightcrawler, Black and White Film Festival

MVFF37 Day 7: Charlie’s Country, Nightcrawler, Black and White

We’re at the midpoint of the Mill Valley Film Festival and this is where I jump in. Having made the trek from Los Angeles to join in our coverage of the festival, I’ve been immediately greeted with colorful fall trees and some compelling film viewing.  I was lucky enough to catch Whiplash, an intense and (literally) Read More