Bentonville Fest: Beta the Digital Series makes its debut

Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival 2021 will have a great comedic digital series from Chicago competing in the episodic block this weekend. And that comes to us via the genius minds of Adriana Leonard’s and Carley Marcelle’s neurotic creation, Beta. Premiering this Saturday, the dramedy stars Marcelle as the neurotic titular character, Beta, and Leonard as her optimistic assistant … Continue reading “Bentonville Fest: Beta the Digital Series makes its debut”

Geena Davis’ Bentonville Fest open for submissions

The Bentonville Film Festival announced that its 6th annual event will take place on April 29 – May 2, 2020 in Bentonville, Arkansas. Since its inception in 2015, the Bentonville Film Festival has been a platform that champions inclusion in all forms of media. Co-founded by Academy Award® winner Geena Davis & Inclusion Companies CEO … Continue reading “Geena Davis’ Bentonville Fest open for submissions”

SXSW: A reunion for ‘Introducing Selma Blair’

Enjoying its World Premiere at South by Southwest 2021 in the Documentary Feature Competition is Introducing, Selma Blair, a deeply intimate and raw portrait of the actress after she is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and makes a valiant, risky effort to try to slow the progression of her disease. The film marks the feature doc … Continue reading “SXSW: A reunion for ‘Introducing Selma Blair’”

HBO’s APA Visionaries Short Film Comp open

HBO announced today the call for submissions for its annual Asian Pacific American Visionaries (APAV) short film competition. Now in its fourth year, APAV serves to showcase cinematic storytellers of Asian and Pacific Islander descent awarding the top three winners with cash prizes and the opportunity to have their projects premiere on HBO. For this … Continue reading “HBO’s APA Visionaries Short Film Comp open”

Redbox users vote on favorite King adaptation

Last weekend, saw Warner Bros IT: Chapter Two float up to the top of the weekend box office charts with $91 million. While it’s below the projected $100-110 million projected by box office prognosticators, it’s still one of the largest opening weekends ever for a horror film or a September release. Opening on 4,570 screens, … Continue reading “Redbox users vote on favorite King adaptation”