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U.S. Trailer for ‘Diamantino’ Previews a Dazzlingly Imaginative Adventure

There will be no film precisely like Diamantino this year, a dazzlingly imaginative experience involving shaggy puppy-filled soccer game dreams, nefarious twins, the refugee crisis, and gender fluidity. Directed by Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt, following a healthy festival run–which included Cannes (where it picked up the top Critics’ Week prize), TIFF, and NYFF–it’ll now arrive […]

‘The Lodge’ Trailer: Riley Keough Goes on a Terrifying Retreat for ‘Goodnight Mommy’ Directors

After their chilling horror break-out Goodnight Mommy, directors Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala jumped quickly into their English-language debut and brought Riley Keough along for the terrifying ride. The Lodge, which premiered at Sundance this year and will arrive this fall via NEON, has now released its first trailer online after floating around in theaters the […]

First Trailer for Lulu Wang’s Sundance Sensation ‘The Farewell’

Opening with the title card “Based on an actual lie,” which has been adopted as the film’s tagline, Lulu Wang’s Sundance sensation The Farewell navigates the tricky terrain of withholding information from ones you love to avoid pain. In this case, it’s Awkwafina’s character who learns her family has chose to hide a cancer diagnosis from […]

First Trailer for Bruno Dumont’s Sequel ‘Joan of Arc,’ Premiering at Cannes

After premiering his sequel CoinCoin and the Extra-Humans, the follow-up to P’tit Quinquin, Bruno Dumont embarked on another expansion of his singular cinematic universe with the continuation of Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc. Titled Joan of Arc in the states and Jeanne in France, it follows the eponymous heroine as she triumphs over the English in the […]

First Trailer for Cannes Premiere ‘Sibyl’ Starring Virginie Efira, Adèle Exarchopoulos & Gaspard Ulliel

With Cannes Film Festival kicking off next week it means the first look at a number of premieres will be arriving in anticipation of their debut. One of the most intriguing is In Bed with Victoria director Justine Triet’s new drama Sibyl, which will be premiering in competition. Starring Virginie Efira, Adèle Exarchopoulos, and Gaspard Ulliel, […]

Prepare to ‘Crawl’ in First Trailer for Alexandre Aja’s Alligator Horror Thriller

A life-altering hurricane is bad enough, but add a human-hungry alligator to the mix and you’ll wish the storm took you first. This is the set up for Crawl, the latest horror thriller from Alexandre Aja, who knows the treacherous extremes of water-set terror after Pirahana 3D. Ahead of a July release, the first trailer has […]

Exclusive U.S. Trailer for Raúl Ruiz’s ‘The Wandering Soap Opera’ Lovingly Spoofs the Telenovela

With a vast, bountiful filmography virtually unparalleled in cinema, Chilean director Raúl Ruiz helmed over one-hundred features before passing away in 2011 at the age 70. Considering he was so prolific, there were a few projects that never saw the light of day, one of them being The Wandering Soap Opera. Filmed back in 1990, the loving […]

First Trailer for the Dardennes’ Cannes-Bound Drama ‘Young Ahmed’

Few directors are as synonymous with Cannes Film Festival as the Belgian filmmaking brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. After their last film, The Unknown Girl, premiered in an early cut at the festival to a tepid response that was later reworked for an eventual theatrically release, hopefully things fare better for their next drama, Young […]

First Trailer for Ang Lee’s Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Gemini Man’ Starring Will Smith

After trying out high frame rates with Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, Ang Lee is looking to continue pursuing technological advancements with his next film, which occupies a genre that may be better suited for such experimentation. Led by Will Smith, the October-bound action thriller Gemini Man follows an assassin who must battle his younger […]

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Fights the Power in First Trailer for Sundance Winner ‘Knock Down the House’

When it comes to recent politically-charged moments getting the documentary treatment, they can often feel like rush jobs, but that wasn’t the case when Rachel Lears premiered Knock Down the House at Sundance this year and walked away with the top audience favorite prize. Following Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin as they […]



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