2019 sundance film festival Movie News sundance film festival By Kylie Hemmert ON November 28, 2018 2019 Sundance Film Festival announces programming with 112 features The nonprofit Sundance Institute has announced the showcase of new independent feature films selected across all categories for the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival hosts screenings in Park City, Salt Lake City and at Sundance Mountain Resort, from January 24 to February 3, 2019. The Sundance Film Festival is the Institute’s public program flagship alongside Festivals in London and Hong Kong and other screenings and events elsewhere throughout the year. Sundance Institute supports independent artists with year-round programs, with nearly $3 million in direct grants and 21 Labs and residencies for artists around the world working in film, theatre, New Frontier and episodic content. Robert Redford, President and Founder of Sundance Institute, said, “Society relies on storytellers. The choices … [Read more...] about 2019 Sundance Film Festival Announces Programming with 112 Features
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Posted on Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 by Ben Pearson As we recover from Thanksgiving and prepare to head into the holiday season, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival is just a few weeks away. /Film will be on the ground in Park City, Utah in January to bring you coverage of all of the biggest and best in the world of independent film, including movies from filmmakers like , and many more. The festival runs from January 24– February 3, 2019. Below, read about the 10 notable movies we’re looking forward to, and see the full list of what’ll be playing at the festival. One of the exciting things about Sundance is that most of these films are brand new: no one has seen them yet, so we have no idea what to expect. We only have a synopsis, cast list, and maybe a photo to judge at this point. That can result in some duds when we’re picking out 10 movies that sound especially interesting – last year, I put The Catcher Was A Spy in this section and … [Read more...] about 2019 Sundance Film Festival Announces First Wave of Films; Here Are 10 We’re Looking Forward To
This Thursday, friends and families will gather for Thanksgiving, an American tradition marked in equal parts by expressions of gratitude and gluttony. I know about half of you have a parent or uncle or friend who will insist everyone goes around the table to say what they're most thankful for; standard responses include health, career success, and love. Even when years are tough, Thanksgiving is a time to realize that things could be much worse and, no matter how much or little we have, we're always luckier than some.If you're a cinephile, especially a horror fan, 2018 has given us plenty to be thankful for. Despite what you might have heard recently in a controversial editorial on Vogue (*cough*clickbait*cough*) horror has reached new heights, generated more dollars, and pleased more fans and critics than just about any other genre this year. So, when my kooky uncle Lester insists everyone in the Millican family takes a moment to say what he or she is most thankful for, I'll have a … [Read more...] about 10 Things Horror Fans Have to Be Thankful for in 2018
By Rob Lowman | [email protected] | Daily NewsPUBLISHED: November 20, 2018 at 1:20 pm | UPDATED: November 20, 2018 at 1:20 pm It’s the holidays, and that means there are plenty of films coming out before the end of 2018. As usual, at this time of year, some of them are only dropping by for Oscar-qualifying runs, mostly documentaries and foreign-language films. However, there are plenty, like “The Favourite,” “Roma,” “On the Basis of Sex,” “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “Mary Queen of Scots,” “The Mule,” and “Vice,” that will staying around and be on academy members minds come nomination time. Scene from “Ralph Breaks the Internet” Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) Wood Harris stars as Tony ‘Little Duke’ Burton and (ctr) Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed in CREED II, a Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures film. Credit: Barry Wetcher / Metro Goldwyn Mayer … [Read more...] about Here are 61 movies coming to theaters this holiday 2018 season
Over the weekend, there was a minor hubbub on Horror Twitter about a "lost film" from Night of the Living Dead zombie maestro George A. Romero, one which had apparently been unearthed by author Daniel Kraus (who, it's worth noting, is also working on completing Romero's unfinished The Living Dead novel for a release next Fall). This revelation came on the heels of the director's widow, Suzanne Desrocher-Romero, announcing in early October that she was working on a plan to release a little-seen work that her late husband had filmed in '73. For ardent fans of the Pittsburgh indie horror maverick, it wasn't tough to trace back through his timeline and figure out what Suzanne was referencing: The Amusement Park. In '73, Romero was working for The Latent Image - a company he co-founded in '62 in order to churn out commercial work* for a buck while brainstorming features - and was commissioned by a religious group to make a … [Read more...] about What Is George A. Romero’s THE AMUSEMENT PARK Actually About?