Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 04, 2022 –(PR.com)– FirstGlance Film Festival, Philadelphia’s independent film festival since 1996, announces a call for submissions exclusively on FilmFreeway for their 25th annual event scheduled for October 2022 at the ‘iconic Colonial Theater, 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Submissions open February 1, 2022. To celebrate thisRead More →

[ad_1] // = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Annes Elwy, who plays Cadi in The Feast / Gwledd A Los Angeles Times reviewer hailed a “remarkable” performance in a Welsh-language horror film. Film critic Noel Murray, who reviewed Celebration, Where Gwledd in Welsh, for the Californian newspaper, had warm words for Annes Elwy,Read More →

[ad_1] Brian Kite, Acting Dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (UCLA TFT) today announced that actress, screenwriter, director and activist Michelle Krusiec (Hollywood, Float) has been named Regents’ Lecturer at the Department of Theater of the School of Theater, Film and Television at UCLA. His appointment,Read More →

[ad_1] Have you ever wondered what happens after death? These are the reflections of Aishah, 15, the protagonist of the first feature film by the theater company Anomalist Production titled Mentega Terbang. Shot during the pandemic in July of last year (when lockdown restrictions were relaxed), the film grapples withRead More →

[ad_1] Trailer Through Tom stockman | October 11, 2021 “A hilarious and heartfelt riff on Judgment Night that’s loaded with crazy combat action” – Film school rejections Gritty cinema becomes a fight to the death in Night shootersIndie Film Team Clash With Murderous Gang – Available in Digital HD andRead More →

[ad_1] The Yiddish word naches conveys the idea of ​​pride, specifically connoting the unique joy a parent feels over the accomplishments of their offspring. As in “I ran into Maurice and Doris Micklin at the market!” They said their daughter, the director, had just finished her first film. It’s aRead More →

[ad_1] When you prepare to interview the director of a movie called “Coronavirus Conspiracy”, I have to be honest, you are preparing for the worst. Thankfully, director and Maine native James Sunshine’s movie (now available to rent or purchase on your favorite streaming service) isn’t the kook-fest I imagined. Instead,Read More →

[ad_1] Tthe independent feature film river path premieres Friday night at the Woodward Theater in Over-the-Rhine, distributed by Cincinnati-based Four by three productions. This will be the first showing of a limited theatrical release for the film, which stars Cody Kearsley from the hit television series Riverdale. Cody Kearsley (right)Read More →

A first feature film with a lot of heart, after a successful festival Marley Morrison’s Sweetheart hits theaters in September, and there’s a new trailer to tempt you. Written and directed by Marley Morrison, the highly acclaimed coming-of-age comedy Sweetheart stars Jo Hartley (This is England, David Brent: Life onRead More →

[ad_1] Keith David, Justin Etheredge Reflect On Life In Indie Movie “Good” Trailer by Alex Billington July 29, 2021Source: Youtube “There is always something in this life that you haven’t done.” Gravitas Ventures has unveiled an official trailer for an indie drama titled Good, the second feature film directed byRead More →

[ad_1] Dean Teri Schwartz and Nadja Swarovski were producers of “Waterschool” UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television By appearing on Netflix, the film will be available to more than 130 million people around the world. “Waterschool,” the first feature documentary produced byRead More →