In a dystopian near future, creatures from ancient mythology are forced to live with humans in a world that seeks to harm them. The battle for survival returns to TV this June.
Season 2 premiere June
Established in 1947, the Edinburgh International Film Festival is actually the world’s oldest continually running film festival. This year marked its 70th anniversary, and the city welcomed over 53,000 film lovers, its highest attendance yet.
After cancelling some of its newest shows last month, Netflix has announced new episodes of comedy-dramas Dear White People and F is for Family.
Dear White People premiered globally in April and boasts an ensemble cast,
In Edgar Wright’s biggest box office opening to date, Baby Driver has racked up $21 million after opening in over 3000 US theaters this weekend. The music-led action film starring Ansel Elgort, Lily James, and
Strand Releasing has acquired North American distribution rights to Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident, having swooped in on the film during its launch at the Seattle International Film Festival.
The deal was struck between the
Amazon has announced it will work with Hannah Grant on an untitled Grand Tour de France series for Prime Video.
The Amazon Originals series is inspired by Grant’s The Grand Tour Cookbook. It will follow the
Los Angeles-based XYZ Films has announced it will board domestic sales of Justin P. Lange’s horror film The Dark.
The deal comes after the film took part in the Goes to Cannes buyers’ showcase last month.
Picturehouse Entertainment has premiered the first trailer for Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country, set for theatrical release this September in the UK.
God’s Own Country tells the story of Johnny Saxby as he slaves away on
Everyman Group has announced it will take over the existing lease of York’s Odeon cinema from Reel Cinemas beginning this August.
The cinema chain has plans to renovate the 80-year-old building before it becomes the twenty-second