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‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ Trailer: Zach Galifianakis Embarks on a Cameo-Filled Adventure

One may wonder just how the Zach Galifianakis web series Between Two Ferns could be expanded into a feature film, but in the hands of director and co-writer Scott Aukerman, our fears are kept at bay. Ahead of a release later this month, the first trailer has now arrived. “We shot it like an actual documentary, where […]

First Trailer and Exclusive Soundtrack Preview for Grímur Hákonarson’s TIFF-Bound Drama ‘The County’

Grímur Hákonarson landed on our radar with his last film, the heartfelt Un Certain Regard Cannes winner Rams. Four years later he’s now back with The County, which follows an Icelandic woman who rises up against her local co-op and the old ways of life in her small village. Described as David-and-Goliath story, we look forward […]

First Trailer for Roy Andersson’s ‘About Endlessness,’ Coming to Venice and TIFF

After completing his “Living” trilogy back in 2014 with A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Roy Andersson has now returned for his next feature About Endlessness, which clocks in at a rather brief 76 minutes but will no doubt feel as insightful and imaginative as his other films. Ahead of a Venice and […]

A Film Shoot Goes Deadly Wrong in U.S. Trailer for Acclaimed Japanese Horror-Comedy ‘One Cut of the Dead’

A film shoot can be grueling enough, but add real zombies to the mix, and it will turn into one’s worst nightmare. The acclaimed Japanese horror-comedy One Cut of the Dead follows a film crew making their own zombie horror film when real zombies turn up and the director keeps rolling. Written, directed, and edited […]

First Trailer for Pablo Larraín’s Dance-Focused Drama ‘Ema,’ Coming to Venice and TIFF

Chilean director Pablo Larraín had a major 2016, releasing three films in the United States with The Club, Neruda, and his English-language debut Jackie. With his post-9/11 drama The True American delayed, he embarked on a smaller feature in his native country. Ema is a dance-focused drama starring frequent collaborator Gael García Bernal and newcomer Mariana Di Girolamo. The script written by Guillermo […]

U.S. Trailer for ‘Varda by Agnès’ and Nationwide Agnès Varda Retrospective Announced

On March 29, 2019, the world lost one of its greatest filmmakers as Agnès Varda passed away at the age of 90. Just a short time before her death, the Belgium-born director premiered her final film, Varda by Agnès, at Berlinale, which follows her reflecting on her career and singular approach to filmmaking. Now, Janus Films has announced […]

‘The Aeronauts’ Trailer: Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne Soar to New Heights

Earlier this year, Tom Harper’s Wild Rose arrived in the U.S., giving a strong showcase for Jessie Buckley. The director’s second film of 2019 will arrive this December and he’s expanding his scope a great deal. The Aeronauts tells the story fo daredevil balloon pilot Amelia Wren (Felicity Jones) who teams up with pioneering meteorologist James Glaisher (Eddie […]

Exclusive U.S. Trailer for ‘Britt-Marie Was Here’ Tells a New Story from ‘A Man Called Ove’ Author

Swedish author Fredrik Backman’s novel A Man Called Ove was a massive hit, quickly resulting in a film adaptation from Hannes Holm, which earned multiple Academy Award nominations and proved to be a success both abroad and the United States. This fall, the next adaptation of one his books will arrive courtesy of Cohen Media Group […]

First Trailer for Steven Soderbergh’s ‘The Laundromat’ Starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman & Antonio Banderas

Does Steven Soderbergh have two great films in him this year? After High Flying Bird, he’s reteamed with Netflix for the Panama Papers drama The Laundromat. With the wildly varied cast of Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, Antonio Banderas, Jeffrey Wright, Matthias Schoenaerts, David Schwimmer, Alex Pettyfer, James Cromwell, Sharon Stone, and Will Forte, the first […]

First Trailer for ‘Memory: The Origins of Alien’ Explores the Making of Ridley Scott’s Sci-Fi Landmark

Four decades after its release, it’s become etched in cinema history that Ridley Scott’s Alien was a landmark achievement in not only the science-fiction genre, but horror as well, and specifically the feat of nightmarish imagery that now exists in the deepest corridors of our collective conscious. As the compelling new documentary Memory: The Origins of […]



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