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‘The Dry’: Film Review

Eric Bana plays a federal police detective drawn back to his rural Australian roots by a brutal crime that dovetails with an unsolved mystery from his adolescence in Robert Connolly's thriller.

Rita Moreno Documentary to Open Sarasota Film Fest

Euros Lyn’s 'Dream Horse' will close the festival, while Brendan Walsh’s 'Centigrade' will play as a midnight horror special.

Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Demonic’ Heads to IFC Midnight

The horror thriller about a a young woman unleashing terrifying demons from a mother and daughter rift stars Carly Pope, Chris William Martin and Michael Rogers.

‘Six Minutes to Midnight’: Film Review

Eddie Izzard plays a teacher at an English coastal finishing school for German girls during the build-up to World War II in this historical spy thriller, with Judi Dench as the doting headmistress.

IFC Films Acquires Gia Coppola’s ‘Mainstream’ Romantic Drama

Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke star in Coppola's sophomore feature that debuted in Venice.

‘Kindred’: Film Review

Tamara Lawrance, Jack Lowden and Fiona Shaw star in the country house psychological thriller 'Kindred,' about an expectant mother convinced her deceased boyfriend's family have taken control of her…

‘Summerland’: Film Review

Gemma Arterton and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in Jessica Swale's feature debut 'Summerland,' about a reclusive writer reacquainted with her romantic past by events during World War II.

‘Sherman’s Showcase’ Renewed, Will Air on AMC and IFC

Sherman's Showcase is getting a second season — and likely a wider audience thanks to a double run.  AMC Networks has renewed the comedy from Bashir Salahuddin and Diallo Riddle for a second season…

SXSW Grand Jury Winner ‘Shithouse’ Lands at IFC Films

IFC Films has nabbed the North American rights to Shithouse, the coming-of-age story and directorial debut from Cooper Raiff.

IFC Films Acquires Berlin Opener ‘My Salinger Year’

'My Salinger Year,' a literary drama starring Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver that opened the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, has been picked up by IFC Films for the U.S. market.

Armando Iannucci Criticizes IFC Films for Bringing ‘Death of Stalin’ to Cinemas Amid Pandemic

Armando Iannucci says he doesn't approve of IFC Films bringing 'Death of Stalin' to U.S. cinemas amid the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the date of May 29 is "simply too early."

‘The Wretched’: Film Review

A teenager struggling to accept his parents' separation sees his family fears magnified into evil incarnate as an ancient witch starts making children disappear in the Pierce Brothers' dark fairy…