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Voltage Pictures has secured worldwide rights to American Boogeyman based on the untold story of Ted Bundy

Serial Killer Ted Bundy (1946 -1989) in July 1978 Voltage Pictures has secured worldwide rights to the newly announced feature film American Boogeyman based on the untold story of notorious serial killer Ted Bundy as he’s pursued by an intrepid detective and the rookie FBI profiler who coined the term “serial killer.”  Currently in post-production, the film, written and directed by Daniel Farrands (The Haunting of Sharon Tate, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers) star...

Productivity Media and Darius Films announce new film starring Ron Perlman, Harvey Keitel and Elias Koteas

– Producers William G. Santor, CEO of Productivity Media, and Nicholas Tabarrok, President of Darius Films have lined up a stellar cast featuring Ron Perlman (Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy), Academy-Award nominee Harvey Keitel (Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction), Elias Koteas (Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line, David Cronenberg’s Crash), Joel David Moore (James Cameron’s Avatar) and new discovery 10 year old Emma Ho (Code ...

The Windrush Caribbean Film Festival (WCFF) announces its line-up

The Windrush Caribbean Film Festival (WCFF) aims to engage and educate audiences in cinemas and art venues across the UK about the contributions of the Windrush generation and its impact on the country through screenings, talkbacks and micro-cinema challenge that will take place in cinemas, schools and community centres across the country.We are pleased to announce our upcoming festival schedule. This year’s line-up will once again be hosted virtually at due...

The 2021 Harlem International Film Festival (Hi) announced official selections for its 16th edition

THE 2021 HARLEM INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL will run the 16th edition May 6-9  Opening Night in-person celebration features World Premieres of Tarabu Betserai Kirkland’s 100 Years from Mississippi, and Glenn Osten Anderson’s Coogan’s Way, and the North American premiere of Anne Via McCollough’s Full Circle.       100 YEARS FROM MISSISSIPPI, COOGAN’S WAY, FULL CIRCLE The 2021 Harlem International Film Festival (Hi) today ...

A second theatre in Cuba will play Quebec and Canadian movies

The CINÉ TEATRO ENCANTO is located in the city of Baracoa, Cuba, already boasts a sumptuous 380-seat theatre. The organizers now plan to add a second theatre with 100 seats situated in the main lobby of the cinema.   Québécois and Canadian movies will be shown with Spanish subtitles in both theatres. Films of all genres will be showcased; fiction and documentary, long or short subjects. Québécois and Canadian filmmakers and actors will be invited to ...

Overview of the US business for the week of Monday, April 26

The debut of two new  action films propelled the 3-day Domestic box office to $54.2M, the highest total for any weekend since the onset of the pandemic. Warner Bros.' much-anticipated Mortal Kombat led all films with $22.5M.  The R-Rated action fantasy played at 3,073 locations, which made it the widest distribution in North America for any film in more than a year.  FUNimation's Japanese anime feature Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train came in a close second place wi...

Happy winners in Houston honored with top Remi Awards

The teams of Zero Gravity and Finding Manny attended the screenings and received their REMI AWARDS (respectively Gold and Platinum) Proud of our BEST FOR FESTS   The team of finding Manny honored in Houston with The WorldFest - Houston Platinum Remi Award Hunter Todd (Festival founder) with Cindy Drukier and Jan Jekielek (producers)   ...

WorldFest 54 Catalog - Features Films  and shorts screening

The Houston International Film Festival is the third oldest film festival in North America, started in 1961, right after New York and San Francisco. It is the oldest Independent film festival in the world and we are fiercely independent! We value a “Good Story, Well Told” and want to share what we find with Houston. Our mission is to recognize and honor outstanding creative excellence in film, to validate brilliant abilities, to promote cultural tourism for Houston, to educ...

WorldFest Houston 54 Awards for best performances

Young Pleun Nijhuis's convincing and mature performance in "Hidden in the Spotlight" showed much potential and earned her the Remi award for BEST RISING STAR FEMALE at WorldFest 54! Young Erik Gyarmati's playful performance in "Cream (HAB)" was well beyond his years and earned him the Remi award for BEST RISING STAR MALE at WorldFest 54! The passionated performance of the late Mary Pat Gleason in "Saving Paradise" captivated us and earned her the wel...

About Endlessness, Roy Andersson, Sweden 2019

ABOUT ENDLESSNESS is a startling departure from Roy Andersson’s previous films with long sequences  documenting gruesome events presented in a social context. In Andersson’s 1991 short, WORLD OF GLORY, there are carefully composed images of nude women and children forced into the large hold of a diesel truck to be killed by a hose attached to the truck’s exhaust. There is no commentary. But the images include a group of well-dressed official-looking men and women closely...


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