Berlin 2020: Screen’s guide to the Competition titles | Features

All The Dead Ones (Bra-Fr) Dirs. Marco Dutra, Caetano GotardoGotardo, who edited Brazilian filmmaker Dutra’s features Hard Labor (Cannes’ Un Certain Regard 2011) and Good Manners (Locarno 2017), now joins him as co-director of this late-19th-century drama set in Sao Paolo shortly after the abolition of slavery. The film revolves around three women from a family … Read more

‘Ghost in the Shell’ Is Finally Hitting North America IMAX Screens

Get ready, animation fans. The 1995 cult classic anime film Ghost in the Shell is coming to the big screen. IMAX theaters across the country will soon be showing a 4K remastered version of the cyberpunk hit. The new format promises to expose never-before-seen aspects of the film, enhancing the nuances of the vibrant anime characters. Advanced technology gives filmmakers … Read more

Kangana Ranaut Slams Ryan Reynolds’ “Hollywood Mimicking Bollywood” Statement, Feels They Are Trying To Steal Theatre Screens Too

Ryan Reynolds Recently Opened Up On Comparisons Between Hollywood & Bollywood, Kangana Ranaut Isn’t Impressed ( Photo Credit – Instagram ) Trust Kangana Ranaut to have an opinion on everything in and around the cinema world. While she is busy promoting her new movie Thalaivii and also has numerous projects in the kitty, she has … Read more

Toronto 2019 preview: Screen’s guide to the Platform titles | Features

Platform – world premieres Anne At 13,000 Ft (Can-US) – dir. Kazik RadwanskiThe lone Canadian director in the Platform line-up, Radwanski returns to Toronto with Anne At 13,000 Ft — following TIFF selections for his previous two features Tower (2012) and How Heavy This Hammer (a 2015 Locarno premiere). An overwhelming skydiving trip for a … Read more

Curtains rise again on big screens across B.C.’s Interior as restart plan kicks in

On Tuesday afternoon, Jacquie McKay gleefully reopened her South Cariboo Theatre in 100 Mile House, B.C., nine months after closing its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, cinemas across B.C.’s Interior are welcoming back viewers to enjoy the movies indoors after the province announced the beginning of its restart plan’s Step 2 on Monday. … Read more

Q&A: Sealed Room Terror in We Need to Do Something: Max Booth III and Sean King O’Grady close the bathroom door – Screens

Before the storm: Sierra McCormick as Melissa and Lisette Alexis as Amy take a last step in the world in We Need to Do Something, directed by Sean King O’Grady and written by Max Brooks III. (Image Courtesy of IFC Midnight) Whatever you do, if you watch We Need to Do Something, do not repeat … Read more

Toronto 2021 preview: Screen’s guide to the Platform titles | Features

The full line-up of world and international premieres in Toronto’s Platform line-up, with details on each title including sales contacts. Toronto International Film Festival runs September 9-18. Arthur Rambo (Fr)To you. Laurent CantetFrance’s Cantet, who won the Palme d’Or in 2008 with The Class, premiered 2012’s Foxfire: Confessions Of A Girl Gang in Toronto and also … Read more