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The 2022 Gotham Awards will take place on November 28. This year’s Gotham Week will run from September 18-23.

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Release date of “The In-Between”

Supernatural love story “The In Between”, starring Joey Kingwill premiere on Paramount Plus on February 11, the streaming service has announced.

King plays a teenage girl who lived in foster homes for much of her childhood and meets a romantic senior from a nearby town (Kyle Allen). After he dies in a car accident, she begins to think he is contacting her from the afterlife. Kim Dickens, John Ortiz and Celeste O’Connor co-star. The film will be available on Netflix internationally. Watch the trailer below.

NewFest and Netflix Announce New Voices Filmmaking Grant for LGBTQ Filmmakers

NewFest announced the New Voices Filmmaker Grant, a new initiative in partnership with Netflix to support LGBTQ filmmakers, with four creators receiving $25,000 to create new work and build relationships through a personalized mentorship track across the organization.

In addition to the $25,000 grants and mentorship program, Fellows will have the opportunity to have their work showcased and participate in events at NewFest’s New York LGBTQ Film Festival – where they will travel as guests of the organization to other North American film festivals.

“NewFest is thrilled to partner with Netflix to launch the New Voices Filmmaker Fellowship to equip emerging LGBTQ Plus filmmakers with the resources, tools and exposure they need to succeed,” said David Hatkoff, Director executive of NewFest.

The program will support four filmmakers per year, over the next two years, and eligibility is for those who have not previously directed a feature film or had a film publicly distributed by someone else. than themselves. Fellows will be selected in May 2022, with the application deadline February 28.

The partnership between NewFest and Netflix is ​​part of Netflix’s Fund for Creative Equity.

‘Betty White: A Celebration’ marked the actor’s final on-camera appearance

Betty WhiteHer last on-camera appearance, recorded just ten days before her death, was at “Betty White: A Celebration.” White recorded his appearance at the event hosted by Fathom.

Due to public demand for “Betty White: A Celebration,” Fathom Events has expanded screenings to over 1,500 locations across the country so more people can experience the one-day-only film.

The event is a celebration of White’s life and careerhonoring what would have been his 100th birthday on January 17.

Producers Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein received exclusive access from White to create “100 Years Young,” which takes a look at the beloved star’s behind-the-scenes life, her relationship with her office staff and her efforts in as an animal advocate. It includes guests such as Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Lin Manuel-Miranda, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Jay Leno, Carol Burnett, Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel, Valerie Bertinelli, James Corden, Wendy Malick and Jennifer Love Hewitt .

Boettcher said: “We didn’t want her birthday to pass without bringing together everyone who loves her, from her co-stars and friends to her many millions of fans of all ages, to celebrate what has made Betty such a treasure. national.”

Mammoth Film Festival announces 2022 lineup (EXCLUSIVE)

The fourth edition Mammoth Film Festivalwhich takes place in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., from February 3-6, announced its 2022 slate, including the North American premiere of Luke Hemsworth’s “Bosch & Rockit” and the world premiere of “Who Are You People,” with Ema Horvath, Yeardley Smith, Alyssa Milano and Devon Sawa.

The festival will feature directorial debuts from Nina Dobrev (“The One”) and Jenna Ushkowitz (“The Dinner Party”), as well as shorts like “Boys,” directed by Luke Benward and produced by Ariel Winter and Sterling. Beaumon, and “Serpentine”, directed by Eva Dolezalova and starring Barbara Palvin.

Mammoth Film Festival also has an episodic TV block, featuring “Hudson Falls,” starring Richard Kind, Chike Onkonkwo, and Jessica Hecht, Jason Neubauer’s “Affect Change,” and Brandon C. Thomas’ “One Michelin Star.”

This year, the festival, co-founded by Tanner Beard and Tomik Mansoori, will also launch a category of music videos judged by Andrew Sandler (“Downfalls High”).

More films in the feature, documentary, episode and short categories will be announced in the coming weeks.

ADG Awards recognize set designer Ann Harris

Set designer and art director Ann Harris, best known for her more than 60 film and television creations, including ‘Edward Scissorhands’ and ‘Schindler’s List’, will receive the Art Directors Guild (ADG) Achievement Award , IATSE Local 800) of the Set Designers & Model Makers Council (SDMM) at the 26th Annual ADG Awards. The awards ceremony, set for March 5.

We are pleased to honor Ann’s services in the area of ​​set design,” said Kristen Davis, Chair of the Council of Set Designers and Modellers ADG. “Ann has served as president, vice president and treasurer of Local 847 and has contributed to her community by participating in presidential campaigns, state action, Amnesty International, New Energy Development, PBS and more. . While being a single mother and raising her son, she worked and was a valued member of many notable art departments.

The award will highlight Harris’ 35-year career and his artistic contributions to many of the most memorable iconic films and television shows.

American Cinema Editors (ACE) will honor the Sundance Institute with the ACE Golden Eddie Award

American Cinema Editors (ACE) announced that the organization will present the Sundance Institute with its highest honor, the ACE Golden Eddie Award, at the 72nd Annual ACE Eddie Awards at the ACE Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on March 5.

The ACE Golden Eddie Award traditionally honors a filmmaker who exemplifies distinguished achievement in the art and business of motion pictures, but ACE broke tradition for the first time in its history this year by recognizing a motion picture organization.

“This year, for the first time ever, the ACE Board of Directors voted to honor an organization rather than an individual,” said ACE President Kevin Tent. “An organization that over the past 40 years has done more than any other to democratize and diversify cinema in America. An organization that has supported and nurtured the voices of countless filmmakers, many of whom have been honored by ACE in the past. We are thrilled to recognize the extraordinary contributions the Sundance Institute has made to our art, to our industry, and to American cinema as a whole.

Michelle Satter, Founding Senior Director of Artist Programs, will accept the honor on behalf of the Sundance Institute.

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