GKIDS has released a U.S. trailer for the Chinese CG animated feature “White Snake” which adapts an ancient folk tale into a romantic adventure feature from Light Chaser Animation Studio and Warner Bros. Pictures.
Effectively a prequel to the original tale, the story follows a young amnesiac woman who falls in love with a village snake catcher, only to discover that she is a powerful snake demon. Amp Wong & Ji Zhao helm the project which opens in select theaters in Los Angeles on November 15th before shifting to New York on November 29th.
Netflix has revealed the trailer for Mati Diop’s “Atlantics” which premiered at Cannes and has been a festival fave since. Mama Sane, Amadou Mbow, Ibrahima Traore and Nicole Sougou co-star in the film which hits the service on November 29th.
The story follows teenager Ada whose true love, a construction worker, disappeared mysteriously at sea. She is then promised to another man, but still secretly pines after her lost love. Things get complicated when the true love returns to be with her.
The trailer has been released for “Judy & Punch,” a revenge-themed take on the Punch and Judy story starring Mia Wasikowska and Damon Herriman. Mirrah Foulkes pens and directs the story set in the rough-and-tumble town of Seaside where villagers flock to a marionette theatre.
Though Punch (Herriman) proclaims himself the greatest puppeteer, Judy (Wasikowska) is the one who breathes artistry into the otherwise crude show. But following a drinking bout and a tragic mishap with their child, the hot-tempered Punch brutally beats Judy, leaving her for dead in the woods. Taken in by a society of outcasts, Judy plots her revenge.
The trailer has been released for “Light from Light,” a new supernatural drama from writer-director Paul Harrill and starring Marin Ireland, Jim Gaffigan, Josh Wiggins, Atheena Frizzell, and David Cale. The film hits New York City on November 1st and Los Angeles on November 8th.
Gifted with sometimes-prophetic dreams and a lifelong interest in the paranormal, Shelia (Ireland) is asked to investigate a potential haunting at a Tennessee farmhouse. It’s there she meets Richard (Gaffigan), a recent widower who believes his wife may still be with him. The investigation that ensues and forces everyone to confront the mysteries of their own lives.
Netflix has released a trailer for the new documentary “Tell Me Who I Am”. The story follows Alex Lewis, an 18-year-old man who awakens from a coma after a motorcycle accident with massive amnesia, relying on his twin brother Marcus to help fill him in on the past and their happy childhood. There’s a twist – Marcus was lying and decades later the pair .go on an extraordinary journey together to face the truth. The film launches on Netflix globally October 18th.
Screen has premiered the trailer for Tom Waller’s true-life story “The Cave” which recently screened at the Busan International Film Festival. The film is receiving a wide theatrical release in Thailand on November 28th.
The film deals with the dramatic rescue of twelve boys and their football coach from Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand in 2018. Four of the volunteer cave divers play themselves in the film, as does Thai engineer Nopadol Niyomka, who helped pump rainwater out of the cave. The boys and their coach are played by actors.