Get to know the State of Colorado through its film festivals, specifically The Breckenridge Film Festival, in Breckenridge, CO.:
Today: Heading into the home-stretch with plenty of social commentary and babysitters, plus jungle-horror cheapie and an autopsy.
The kids at Bleeding Skull uncovered the existence of this cheapie during an interview with exploitation auteur Jim Bryan, who’d shot the footage but became so disillusioned with the direct-to-home-video biz that he never bothered finishing the film. 591 more words
Halloween is just around the corner, and writer/director Oliver Park’s new horror short STILL is currently on the film festival circuit. The follow-up to award-winning short… 90 more words
The 54th annual New York Film Festival opens this Friday, September 30, and runs through Sunday, October 16. As has been the case in recent years, nonfiction has been embraced by the event’s programmers in contrast to its historical neglect, with documentaries making up nearly half of the more than fifty offered new feature films. 298 more words
I very rarely reproduce a full press release on this blog, but there is one exception: the Australian “Jewish International Film Festival” (JIFF), which runs this year from late October into mid-November. 2,599 more words
The Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC) is 45 years young. While Montreal’s other veteran film event, the Festival des films du monde, marked its recent 40th edition amid chaos, cancellations and uncertainty, the sleeker, ever-funky FNC continues to renew itself. 606 more words