Oscar nominee Viggo Mortensen discusses his Tribeca Film Festival movie “Far from Men,” which is now available with XFINITY On Demand.
Category Archives: Film Festivals
In a third floor theater of a San Francisco multiplex, the closing night of the eight-day American Indian Film Festival begins with a prayer for Tulalip teenagers. Three had been… More
Actress Maika Monroe talks about her new thriller “The Guest,” which co-stars “Downton Abbey” actor Dan Stevens and is open in select theaters now.
Eight years ago, filmmaker Ted Melfi’s brother died tragically at the age of 38, leaving behind an 11-year-old daughter named Taylor. Melfi and his wife adopted Taylor and moved her… More
The Philadelphia Film Society presents the 23rd annual Philadelphia Film Festival from Thursday, October 16-Sunday, October 26, 2014. The 11-day event will feature more than 100 films from 28 countries… More
The Awesome Fest presents the 2nd annual Summer Camp Sleepover this Friday, September 12 at the Adventureland Day Camp in Bensalem, Pa. This overnight horror film festival includes a marathon… More
“The Office” alumni Jake Lacy takes on flag football in the new comedy “Intramural,” which premiered last week at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The former “Saturday Night Live” castmember talks about his first foray into dramatic (with a twist of comedy) filmmaking in the new movie “Nebraska.”
When director J.C. Chandor premiered his new movie “All Is Lost” at the Cannes Film Festival, he had no idea how people would react to it. The minimalist drama stars… More
The Philadelphia Film Festival’s Executive Director Andrew Greenblatt dishes on 10 unexpectedly must-see films at this year’s festival.