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Urbanworld 2014: Documentary Overview

The 18th edition of Urbanworld Film Festival launches in NYC tonight, Wednesday, September 17. Over five days, the festival will showcase over 70 films by African American and multicultural filmmakers, including eight documentaries among its 26 feature presentations. 113 more words


In Theatres: 20,000 DAYS ON EARTH

Coming to NYC’s Film Forum today, Wednesday, September 17: 20,000 DAYS ON EARTH

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s hybrid portrait of Nick Cave debuted at Sundance this year, where it picked up the World Cinema Documentary Directing Award. 26 more words



Coming to VOD today, September 16: IVORY TOWER

Andrew Rossi’s exploration of the cost of higher education premiered at Sundance earlier this year. It went on to Sarasota, Miami, Seattle, Ashland, Full Frame, Cleveland, and Montclair, among others. 21 more words


Watch This Supercool 73-Second Video of the InStyle + HFPA TIFF Party

Last weekend, InStyle teamed up with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to throw a party in celebration of the stars of the Toronto International Film Festival… 148 more words


Off to Drama...

The 37th short film Festival in Drama, Greece began yesterday and a small team representing our film is travelling to Drama tomorrow, the Director Tonia Mishiali and lead actress Alexia Charalambidou! 28 more words


Tuffing it out at TIFF14

Attending TIFF is always a memorable experience. The tough part, I’ve to admit, is the constant waiting in line to enter the theatre even when you have a ticket. 1,236 more words


New in Theaters: Nick Cave is Still Alive in '20,000 Days on Earth'

20,000 Days on Earth is a meta-fictional documentary about Nick Cave, art, life, death, and above all writing. It’s beautiful and transfixing and is opening in limited release this Wednesday. 152 more words

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