Film critic Evan Crean reviews Eric Stange’s documentary <em>Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive</em>, which screened at IFFBoston 2017.
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77 World Premieres, 42 Directorial Debuts, 23 VR exhibits and interactive installations from the leading filmmakers, and 11 Award-Winning Films to watch on the last day of the Festival. That’s what Tribeca Film Festival has in store for us this year, and The Independent is there to soak it all up.
De Pue was nervous about working with so many co-producers. “I was a bit afraid about it, I learned in school about it. When you have all these co-producers they bring in money but they also have their artistic choices and they can get involved at some point.
Senior Critic, Kurt Brokaw views all 21 features at the 21st annual festival which runs March 3rd to 13th
Senior film critic Kurt Brokaw selects his favorites from the 25th edition of the NYJFF, which runs January 13-26, 2016. Among them are Ellis, Rabin, The Last Day, Dear God, and The Law.
I can scarcely believe that EIFF 2015 is behind us. No longer will I have the routine of looking at my carefully composed screening spreadsheet as my night ends, in order to plan the next morning’s viewing. Writing this article amidst the hubbub of excited conversation is the last time I will get to sit in Festival HQ for 2015, amongst creators and consumers of world class cinema. It has been wonderful to be involved in this celebration of what film can achieve.
It seems I was not the only one who felt their creative urges stirring, given what I overheard behind me at the second screening,“Just reading the titles makes me want to make stuff.”
The second installment of a diary from the longest continually-running international film festival, it’s time to take chances – with the help of expert festival programming.
Edinburgh is home to the world’s longest continually-running international film festival, a festival with a focus on new talent and innovation; the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF)