24 February 2021
The Museum of Modern Art has unveiled the festival lineup!
"Teaming Japan’s greatest internationally renowned filmmaker, Kurosawa, with their greatest living author, Ishiguro, coupled with the tremendously talented Oliver Hermanus, is a producer’s dream."
TERRAIN is an expanded cinema project which brings together dance, documentary film, 360-degree immersive video, virtual interactivity and spatial design into a multimedia story environment.
"A mix of Booksmart, Funny Ha Ha, and Ghost World, the movie has dialogue that is audaciously awkward and deeply hilarious." GARAGE
24 April 2020
Director Oliver Hermanus will be doing a live Q&A on Friday night at 8:30pm.
A millennial American girl who befriends a Lebanese housewife and disrupts her ordered life; one night they become accidental partners-in-crime.
READ NOW! 'Moffie' is the "must-see queer film set in apartheid-era South Africa." AnOther MAGAZINE⠀⠀
20 April 2020
"Culture Is Not Cancelled" interview with director Oliver Hermanus
08 April 2020
@womenundertheinfluence at 12pm PST / 3pm EST / 8pm GMT!
ÊXTASE: a feature doc released to rave reviews in a very similar condition to its main character - isolated from other bodies.
28 March 2020
A hybrid essay film based on director Moara Passoni's own experience of anorexia, and that of all the women who participated in the creation, produced by Academy Award Nominee Petra Costa (The Edge of Democracy) with Lief’s Margo Mars acting as consultant producer.
P.S. Sensuous, exuberant.
"Are You Glad I’m Here is an actual masterclass in confronting Western prejudice and liberal simplicities."
01 February 2020
Five Stars for a thrilling debut feature by Lebanese-American filmmaker Noor Gharzeddine.
It is so fitting that she is the first female director to win this category, as someone who founded Free The Work and fights tirelessly to ensure equal opportunities.
04 September 2019
"Oliver Hermanus makes his masterpiece with this brutal but radiant story" VARIETY
Courtney Hoffman brings it all in a cameo opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.
"Emily Cohn’s assertively Gen Z college comedy energetically celebrating digital youth culture premiered at Tribeca." HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
30 April 2019
CRSHD: A film that’s certain to resonate with its target demographic.
- Feature Film
- Alma Har'el
- Danny Sangra
- Music Video
- Brand Content
- Free The Work
- Eva Michon
- Creative Studio
- Elisha Smith-Leverock
- Adi Halfin
- Lily Baldwin
- Margo Mars
- Natasha Khan
- Leonora Lonsdale
- Oliver Hermanus
- Gillian Zinser
- Social Media
- Courtney Hoffman
- Free The Bid
- Luo Jian
- Noor Gharzeddine
- Emily Cohn
- Carolina Markowicz
- Gabrielle Ledet
- Johnny Ma
- Lotje Sodderland
- Comic Book