Enigma of Jean Touch in Turin: Docu about Pioneering French Filmmaker Jean Rouch

It concerns the pioneering French filmmaker Jean Rouch, who is considered one of the founders of cinéma-vérité in France, and the making of his forgotten film “Enigma,” shot in Turin

Provincetown Film Fest 2017: Awards for Narratives and Documentaries

The 19th Annual Provincetown International Film Festival concluded Sunday, with the HBO Audience Awards going, for narrative feature, to Courtney Moorehead Balaker’s Little Pink House, and for documentary, to I Am Evidence, directed by Trish Adlesic and Geeta Gandbhir. Based on a true story, Little Pink House stars Catherine Keener as a nurse who leads […]

Cannes Film Fest 2017: Robert Pattinson’s Good Time Acquired by Netflix

Netflix has acquired streaming rights to Josh and Benny Safdie’s Good Time, the heist thriller starring Robert Pattinson, which world premiered in competition at the 2017 Cannes  Film Fest.

Cannes Film Fest 2017: Parents Complain about Treatment

The digital publication agnès films: supporting women and feminist filmmakers published “Parents in the Palais: An Open Letter to the Cannes Film Festival.” ‘The letter expresses concern for the festival’s treatment of working parents who attended the 2017 festival accompanied by their small children.

A Boy Called Dad: Tale of Father Who’s Only 14

British tale of a boy thrust into early adulthood when he becomes a father at the age of 14.