The Overlook Film Festival announced its lineup today and one of the key announcements was that legendary independent writer-director-producer Roger Corman would receive the festival’s first Master of Horror Award.
The festival has an impressive feature film and shorts lineup – including four world premieres (Blood Drive, Still/Born, Capture and Primal Screen) and such anticipated films as Lady Macbeth, Metal Machine Kodoku and The Untamed.
There will also be a festival-long immersive horror game and much more.
Over its inaugural weekend, the Overlook Film Festival will present 37 films (20 features and 17 shorts from 16 countries) – including a secret closing film described as ‘a hotly anticipated film from a bold voice in film.’
TBS will bring SXSW the best in tech, fashion, design, music and more with the second iteration of “In Search Of” — a pop-up, interactive marketplace with an Austin-flare, bringing to life the network’s buzzworthy hit, SEARCH PARTY.
Inside “In Search Of,” visitors will experience the ideal shop for SEARCH PARTY’s leading lady Dory, complete with the latest in fashion, technology, and artisanal goods, as well as a lounge space to kick back with friends and binge the first season.
In Search Of will be open to festival goers for three days – beginning at noon on Tuesday, March 14th.
Today at Star Wars Celebration Europe, Alden Ehrenreich was introduced to fans for the first time as Han Solo, the new star of the untitled Han Solo Star Wars Story at the Future Filmmaker Panel. The panel featured Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy (Producer) and Kiri Hart (Senior Vice President of Development), who were joined by director Rian Johnson (Star Wars: Episode VIII) and directing duo Chris Miller and Phil Lord (the untitled Han Solo Star Wars story). Hosted by Lucasfilm Story Group’s Pablo Hidalgo, the filmmakers were joined by surprise guests John Boyega (Finn), Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and Carrie Fisher (General Leia Organa) from Star Wars: Episode VIII.
One area of Japanese culture that gets overlooked by a lot of J-Pop fans is fashion.
The 2016 J-POP Summit is celebrating Harajuku and Kawaii fashion with a showcase of inspired Japanese fashion at this year’s festival. Brands like 6%DOKIDOKI, Sou-Sou and AOI Clothing will be found the Summit’s Moshi Moshi Nippon area.
Sebastian Masuda, art director and an extremely influential artist for Harajuku kawaii culture will be returning as a Guest of Honor and rising pop star and fashion model UNA will give a special live performance.
For details, follow the jump. 2016 J-POP Summit will take place Saturday and Sunday, July 23rd and 24th at the historic Fort Mason Center located in San Francisco’s Marina district.
J-Pop Summit 2016 has announced its ticket options and V.I.P. Packages for the three-day festival which opens on Friday, May 6th.
This year, packages will be available offering ticket options to attend the Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Opening Night concert as well as multi-day V.I.P. options for Fort Mason; 1 and 2-Day Festival Passes; Kids’ Passes, and Artist Meet & Greet Packages.
J-Pop Summit 2016 has released the first line-up of live acts to set to play at this year’s festival: electronic dance performance group World Order; all-female pop-rockers Silent Siren; Wednesday Campanella (pictured) – a pop house unit that delivers a mixture of house, techno, and trance style music, and Japanese ani-pop duo GARNiDELiA.
Tickets for these acts go on sale on Friday, May 6th. Follow the jump for details.
One of the world’s largest Japanese pop culture events, J-Pop 2016 will be opened by Japan’s edgy pop princess, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu at a special live concert performance on Friday July 22nd.
The event will take place in San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom and will kick off a week long celebration of Japanese pop culture. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, May 6th. Follow the jump for details.
San Francisco’s 2016 J-Pop Summit will once again be held at the historic Fort Mason center.
The annual celebration of Japanese pop culture music, art, anime, fashion (above), food, technology, travel and film transitioned into a ticketed event this year and attracted more than 30,000 attendees to its first Festival staged at the center.
The 2016 J-Pop Summit will be held the weekend of Friday, July 22nd through Sunday, July 24th. For more, follow the jump.