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ShortsTV to Release Oscar-Nominated Shorts on Feb. 9

ShortsTV ( has teamed up with Magnolia Pictures to once again offer cinephiles around the world the chance to catch all the short film Academy Awards contenders on the ... Continue Reading →

Daily News Bytes: ‘Breadwinner’ Tix on Sale, Mary Hidalgo’s VO Advice, Vanessa Morrison Makes EBONY Power 100 & More!

’LEGO Ninjago Movie’ Casting Director Mary Hidalgo Talks Casting for TV and Film The Emmy-winning maven of voiceover casting shares her career experience, observations and words ... Continue Reading →
The Girl Without Hands

‘Girl without Hands’ Gets NYC & LA Openings with GKIDS

Auteur filmmaker Sébastien Laudenbach’s Brothers Grimm adaptation The Girl without Hands will receive Oscar-qualifying cinema runs through GKIDS, which picked up the rights last ... Continue Reading →

NYICFF Reveals Complete 2017 Slate

The Oscar-qualifying New York International Children’s Film Festival — which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, February 24-March 19 — has unveiled its full 2017 ... Continue Reading →

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’Phantom Boy’ English Version Features Fred Armisen, Vincent D’Onofrio, Jared Padelecki Open July 15 at IFC Center in NYC, with director Q&As and giveaways opening weekend. ... Continue Reading →

GKIDS Sets NYC & LA Dates for ‘Phantom Boy’

GKIDS has announced theatrical openings in New York and Los Angeles for Phantom Boy — the latest animated feature from Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol, the Academy Award-nominated ... Continue Reading →

IFC Center to Hold WIP Screening of ‘Seder-Masochism’

New York City’s IFC Center will be holding a work-in-progress benefit screening for Nina Paley’s latest project, Seder-Masochism. Taking place Thursday, April 21 at 7:30 ... Continue Reading →

GKIDS Names ‘April and the Extraordinary World’ English Cast

North American animation importer GKIDS has announced the English language voice cast for April and the Extraordinary World — the latest French-produced feature from Christian ... Continue Reading →

‘Only Yesterday’ Arrives in NYC

Studio Ghibli co-founder Isao Takahata’s 1980s family classic Only Yesterday has made its North American theatrical debut at New York’s IFC Center to enthusiastic critics and film ... Continue Reading →

Ghibli Retrospective Kicks Off in NYC

New York’s IFC Center is beginning a 22-film screening series on Friday, December 11 celebrating some of the finest Japanese animated features ever made: the complete longform works ... Continue Reading →