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Take a Mesmerizing Trip in U.S. Trailer for Bi Gan’s ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’

One of the most staggering cinematic experiences of recent years was seeing Bi Gan’s transportive, dreamlike odyssey Long Day’s into Night at the New York Film Festival last fall. Now set for an April release via Kino Lorber, the 3D film—which concludes with an astounding hour-long single take through multiple towns and above—follows a detective’s […]

First Teasers for Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s ‘To the Ends of the Earth’

We’re approaching springtime, which means the first looks at what will likely premiere at Cannes Film Festival begin to see the light of day. One of the sure bets is the latest film from Kiyoshi Kurosawa, who recently impressed with the sci-fi drama Before We Vanish. His next film is To the Ends of the Earth […]

Matt Smith is Charles Manson in First Trailer for Mary Harron’s ‘Charlie Says’

This summer will bring what we imagine is a fitting double feature with Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Mary Harron’s Charlie Says, both exploring a Charles Manson-era Los Angeles. The latter, which will arrive first and captures the infamous cult leader seemingly with more breadth, has now released its first trailer. […]

‘The Professor and the Madman’ Trailer: Mel Gibson and Sean Penn Craft the Oxford English Dictionary

In a bit of against-type casting, The Professor and The Madman stars Mel Gibson and Sean Penn, but Gibson is, in fact, not playing the latter character. Rather, in the story of crafting the Oxford English Dictionary, he plays Professor James Murray, who took up the challenge only to discover that one man (Penn), convicted […]

Red Band Trailer for Seth Rogen-Produced ‘Good Boys’ Previews a Sixth-Grade ‘Superbad’

The Seth Rogen brand has fit snugly into the world of SXSW and the actor-writer-producer-director has now returned to the festival with more than one project. Following this week’s premiere of Long Shot (our review), co-starring Charlize Theron, tonight brings the world premiere of one of his other summer comedies, Good Boys. Following a group […]

A Frontierswoman Faces an Evil Force in First Trailer for Supernatural Horror Western ‘The Wind’

Premiering in the Midnight Madness section of the Toronto International Film Festival before stopping by Fantastic Fest, Emma Tammi’s directorial debut The Wind will arrive next month. The supernatural horror western, which flips the tables when it comes to the usually male-dominated genre, follows a frontierswoman facing a strange presence. Ahead of the April release, IFC […]

First Red Band Trailer for Olivia Wilde’s Directorial Debut and SXSW Hit ‘Booksmart’

With SXSW kicking off this past weekend, one of the biggest successes so far has been Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut Booksmart. Starring Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein, it follows a pair of high school friends trying to get by on their own terms. Produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, the film earned comparisons to Superbad […]

‘The Art of Self-Defense’ Teaser: Jesse Eisenberg Fights Back in Riley Stearns’ Dark Comedy

With SXSW kicking off this weekend, one of our most-anticipated films in the lineup is from Riley Stearns, who last gave us the intense, darkly humorous cult drama Faults. He’ll be premiering The Art of Self-Defense and ahead of the screening, Bleecker Street has debuted the first teaser. Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Alessandro Nivola, and Imogen […]

‘Relaxer’ Trailer: Y2K is Approaching in Joel Potrykus’ Unsettling, Riveting New Film

“All I’ve ever dreamed about is living on a couch, playing video games with no one bugging me. Relaxer is the nightmare version of my fantasy,” so says Joel Potrykus when it comes to his latest unsettling, yet riveting film. A fitting companion with his brilliant Buzzard, the Y2K-set feature stars Joshua Burge as he […]

Juliette Binoche Reunites with Olivier Assayas in U.S. Trailer for ‘Non-Fiction’

Following Summer Hours and Clouds of Sils Maria, Juliette Binoche has reteamed with Olivier Assayas’s Non-Fiction (aka Double Vies), which jumps from conversation to conversation about technology’s influence on the world of book publishing (a clear-eyed metaphor for the director’s view of shifting landscape of cinema). After playing at Venice, TIFF, NYFF, and more, the film […]



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