How to drive in an ’80s film festival
With the advent of the film festival boom, film-lovers have long clamored for more movies to be shown.
Now, the festival scene has found itself in a bit of a crossfire.
A recent backlash against film festivals has resulted in several studios, including Lionsgate, seeing their theatrical releases on blockbusters being pushed out to other dates.
And this isn’t the first time this has happened.
In 2013, Universal and Warner Bros. were forced to pull films from the festival circuit after the festival moved their screenings to March and April.
In 2015, Sony and Warner went so far as to cancel films after they were forced into May dates by the festival.
The problem with these festivals is that they don’t actually serve a purpose.
Many films are simply too expensive to play, and the festivals themselves often don’t have the resources to make the necessary films for theaters to get tickets.
In some cases, films that are released at a festival in other cities may never see the light of day in their own countries.
This year’s festival season is expected to see many new films, including the first feature from Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker, as well as films from director Peter Jackson, and more.
But while there are new titles on the horizon, some of the biggest names in the film world are likely to be pushed back, leaving audiences in a much worse position than they were before.
Here are some of these films we think you should be able to drive into theaters in 2019:Black Mirror, the anthology-style series about the rise of AI, was released in cinemas in 2016.
In 2017, it moved to its usual April slot, but was forced to move back to May.
In 2018, Black Mirror was forced back to June for the second time in four years due to an upgrade to its production equipment.
In 2019, it was forced into a May date.
This summer, Warner Bros.’
Dark Matter was moved to a March date for the first ever time in the company’s history.
Warner Bros., in a press release, explained that they chose March because “the audience was already in the house” for the new release, which will see a lot of new episodes added to the film’s six-season run.
The studio also revealed that Dark Matter will be available on home video, on Blu-ray, on VOD, and on the VOD app for iPhones, Android and Apple TV.
Dark Matter was released on Blu Ray in 2020, and will be released on VCD in 2021.
In 2019, Warner Brothers and Lionsgate cancelled Black Mirror’s May date and moved it to June, despite the fact that the studio had to upgrade the production equipment to make it a reality.
In the same year, Black Widow was forced onto a May start date, despite having been released in June.
The film’s June release was pushed back to October due to technical issues.
In 2020, a sequel to the popular American crime drama was pushed onto May because Warner Bros had to make an upgrade in production equipment that was able to handle the demands of Black Widow’s new location.
Warner Brothers later explained that the movie was a priority to the studio for May because of the demand for the film, but the date was later pushed back.
Black Mirror has been pushed back from a May release to October for several years, but it still feels like May.
(Photo: Lionsgate)The movie’s sequel was pushed to the end of 2019 after Warner Bros was forced in to a May launch date.
(The new release dates for the films are expected to be announced in September.)
In 2018, Lionsgate was forced out of its May date due to issues with its equipment.
And in 2019, Lions Gate moved the release of its new release on June to a September date.
In a statement, LionsGate said it was trying to “make sense of the complexities” of its schedule, which included moving some of its movies back to a different time period.
The company said it is still trying to find a date that is “consistent with the schedule of Lionsgate movies that we currently have in the pipeline.”
Black Mirror: The Killing is scheduled to arrive in cinemases on June 20, 2019.