Almost Love

Romantic comedies (seemingly no matter the trend of poor quality which comes out) are very popular. Everyone, even the biggest grumps, loves love. We all want to spend our leisure time watching others go through relationships. The meeting. The butterflies. The laughs. The inevitable roadblocks. The realizing the other is Continue Reading

WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL ALTERNATIVE PROJECTIONS #4: THE NEIGHBORS’ WINDOW by Marshall Curry

Stuck indoors? The Woodstock Film Festival is sharing short and full-length films curated by our alum filmmakers, programmers, industry friends, and staff for you to stream from the comfort of your home. With so many festivals and movie theaters shuttering across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting independent Continue Reading

Portrait of a Lady on Fire Available on Video on Demand on April 3

BY CÉLINE SCIAMMA WITH ADÈLE HAENEL AND NOÉMIE MERLANT Awarded the Best Screenplay prize at the last Cannes Film Festival, the film portrays a burning love story betweena painter, Noémie Merlant, and her model, Adèle Haenel in Brittany on the 18thTh Century. The film has received numerous nominations and awards throughout the past Continue Reading