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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 […]

‘Late Night’ Trailer: Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling Team for Sundance Comedy

In a year of major buys at Sundance this year, Amazon reigned king with nearly $50 million worth of acquisitions. Near the top of the pack was the comedy Late Night, which they grabbed for $13 million and will be rolling out wide this June. Directed by Nisha Ganatra and written by, produced by and […]

Aretha Franklin Sings to the Heavens in First Trailer for ‘Amazing Grace’

Nearly 50 years after it was filmed, the recording of what would be the most successful gospel album of all time has now seen the light of day. After touring festivals since last fall, Aretha Franklin’s Amazing Grace will finally see a release next month courtesy of NEON. Produced and realized by Alan Elliott, with […]

‘Aniara’ Trailer Previews a Bold, Beautiful Sci-Fi Drama Arriving This Summer

With High Life approaching and Ad Astra arriving this summer, it’s shaping up to be another year of bold, beautiful sci-fi and one we hope doesn’t get swept under the radar is a favorite from the Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Pella Kågerman and Hugo Lilja, Aniara is based on 1956 poem by Swedish Nobel laureate […]

‘Midsommar’ Trailer: ‘Hereditary’ Director Ari Aster Returns with a New Horror Tale

After Ari Aster’s Hereditary became A24’s highest-grossing film, earning over $77 at the global box-office, it was a no brainer that his next feature would see the light of day sooner. We’re thankful on two fronts: a) rather than jumping into the major studio grind of horror franchises, he’s reteamed with A24 on an original film […]

First Trailer for Mads Brügger’s ‘Cold Case Hammarskjöld’ Digs Up a Global Conspiracy

In 1961, Secretary-General of the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld was killed in a plane crash in Africa under mysterious circumstances. Beginning as an investigation into his still-unsolved death, the trail that Mads Brügger follows in Cold Case Hammarskjöld is one that expands to implicate some of the world’s most powerful governments in unfathomably heinous crimes. […]

New Trailer for Khalik Allah’s ‘Black Mother’ Goes to the Heart of a Country

Khalik Allah, a visual artist best-known for collaborations with Beyoncé (as DP on Lemonade) and the Wu-Tang Clan, is following-up 2016’s much-praised Field Niggas with Black Mother, a poetic, sometimes dizzying vision of Jamaica, the country’s history, and what that means for its people. (And one of our top picks for what to see this month.) […]

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