Tribeca to hold in-person 2021 edition in June with outdoor screenings across New York, say organisers
The 12-day film festival will kick off on 9 June and will use a travelling 40-foot HD screen to showcase movies in several outdoor venues.
CODA, about a teenage girl struggling to support her deaf family, also won the top Sundance audience award, and prizes for directing and ensemble cast.
2020 and the pandemic has taught us that digital is here to stay, writes MAMI Artistic Director Smriti Kiran
"This period has taught us that even though the theatre and on-ground experience is unmatchable, our digital arm is here to stay."
This year marked my seventh New York Film Festival (NYFF), but it was the first one I attended from 8,000 miles away.
The Hong Kong International Film Festival was supposed to take place in the second half of August.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival to be held online from 22 to 30 July
The 11th edition of Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival will be held virtually with a slate of 157 films sourced from 42 countries.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tamil filmmaker opens grocery store; Tokyo performance group puts up drive-in horror shows
Meanwhile, Disney has cancelled Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 4K version re-release in the UK in light of increasing coronavirus cases.
Rima Das on seeking inspiration from nature during lockdown, and the North East stigma attached to coronavirus
Rima Das talks about how the lockdown is helping nature heal, and how the cancellation of film festivals will serve as a setback to independent cinema.
Coronavirus Outbreak: MAMI, Cannes, major film festivals unite for 10-day global virtual movie event
Tribeca Enterprises, the company behind the Tribeca Film Festival, and YouTube announced the online festival Monday. Other festivals will also contribute curated programming, including the Sundance Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival and those in Berlin, Tokyo and New York.
Sundance Film Festival sets 2020 lineup with Taylor Swift documentary, Tesla, Downhill, The Last Thing He Wanted
The coming Sundance Film Festival follows a 2019 festival that saw big-pocketed streaming services set off an avalanche of high-priced acquisitions, some of which notably fizzled at the box office
IFFI 2019 highlights: Amitabh, Rajinikanth felicitated; Particles, Jallikattu win big at 50th edition of festival
A special stamp was launched to commemorate 50 years of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), Goa.
Jio MAMI's Smriti Kiran builds a gargantuan homegrown film festival, while chasing her love for cinema
Smriti Kiran talks about reviving MAMI four years ago when it was on the verge of winding up, and how she put together the slate for the edition this year.
Director Li Cheng's José is a quiet, peaceful, unobtrusive observation of its protagonist, which played at the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, in the Narrative Features category.
East-West Golden Arch is a recent initiative to identify cinematic ‘Eurasia’ — Western Asia (Iran, Turkey and Israel) and Eastern Europe (the countries of the former Eastern Bloc plus Finland) — as a continuous cultural entity and organise a film festival around it, with Moscow as the epicentre.
International Film Festival Rotterdam: Indian filmmakers explore new perspectives with eclectic mix of films
Indian filmmakers managed to find a home for themselves within the Rotterdam Film Festival's expansive framework and vision, setting the pace for the year
There have been a number of smaller film festivals mushrooming in India — in places like Jaipur and Dharamshala — and one of the most recent is the Guwahati International Film Festival, which had its second edition between 25 and 31 October 2018.
First Bay Area South Asia Film Festival to be held from 21-23 September in Mountain View and Palo Alto
BASAFF 2018 aims to provide a platform for South Asian filmmakers to showcase their work to the larger American diaspora.
Evening Shadows depicts the severe challenges LGBTQ persons face in India and other parts of the world
Kashmir World Film Festival third edition to feature 45 movies from Italy, USA, Iran and Nepal among others
Film personalities including Tanishaa Mukerji, Rajit Kapur, Imran Khan, Raj Bhansal, Komal Nahta, Gauhar Raza and Mir Sarwar will be attending the Kashmir World Film Festival.
Indian film Evening Shadows, directed by Sridhar Rangayan, wins award at LGBTQ film festival in Amsterdam
Evening Shadows won a 'Free To Be Me' Award at the Roze Filmdagen, a LGBTQ film festival in Amsterdam.