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By Alexia   May 07, 2020   0 Comments

Anticipation for The Green Knight soared in February after A24 dropped the dazzling first trailer for David Lowery’s reimagining of the Sir Gawain and the Green Knight legend. The indie studio was set to world premiere the Arthurian legend at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival, though the March festival was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. During an interview on the most recent episode of the A24 Project podcast (via The Playlist), Lowery says that not being able to premiere The Green Knight at SXSW was somewhat of a blessing in disguise.

“We were really rushing to try to get done by SXSW, and the movie, if we showed it there, would not have been fully finished,” Lowery said. “It would have been close, but not quite done. If we had to release the movie tomorrow, it would be pretty close to where it needs to be. But we’re able to take a breather and sit with it.”
< A24 announced a May 29 theatrical release date for The Green Knight when the trailer dropped, but the studio now lists the project as having a TBD 2020 opening. A24 confirmed with IndieWire the movie currently remains undated. The same thing happened to the release of the A24 horror film “Saint Maud,” which got delayed indefinitely from its originally-planned April 10 release date. Both movies are genre films and could wind up on VOD should A24 choose to release them that way. Lowery said he doesn’t know anything when it comes to how The Green Knight will get released.

“No one knows. That’s the case with everything at the moment. No one knows anything,” Lowery said. “All I can say is that at some point audiences will see it. And they’ll see it in the best way possible, given the circumstances. Hopefully, that’s in theaters. Hopefully, theaters survive. I’m a big-time defender of the theatrical experience, and one of the things I love about A24 is that they are as well.”

Lowery continued, “[But] if I were just an audience member and I’ve been stuck at home for six months and I wanted to see a new movie, I’d rather see it at home than not see it at all. So I’m confident that it’ll be seen soon, but ‘soon’ is variable.”

The Green Knight stars Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Kate Dickie, Ralph Ineson, and Barry Keoghan. The movie reunites Lowery with A24 after the release of A Ghost Story. A24 issued no comment about the film’s release date when requested by IndieWire.

SourceIndieWire

The Green Knight WORLD PREMIERE on Monday, March 16 at SXSW
By Alexia   March 03, 2020   0 Comments

UPDATE – March 6, 2020: City of Austin Cancels SXSW March Events

The City of Austin has canceled the March dates for SXSW and SXSW EDU. SXSW will faithfully follow the City’s directions.

We are devastated to share this news with you. “The show must go on” is in our DNA, and this is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place. We are now working through the ramifications of this unprecedented situation.

As recently as Wednesday, Austin Public Health stated that “there’s no evidence that closing SXSW or any other gatherings will make the community safer.” However, this situation evolved rapidly, and we honor and respect the City of Austin’s decision. We are committed to do our part to help protect our staff, attendees, and fellow Austinites.

We are exploring options to reschedule the event and are working to provide a virtual SXSW online experience as soon as possible for 2020 participants, starting with SXSW EDU. For our registrants, clients, and participants we will be in touch as soon as possible and will publish an FAQ.

We understand the gravity of the situation for all the creatives who utilize SXSW to accelerate their careers; for the global businesses; and for Austin and the hundreds of small businesses – venues, theatres, vendors, production companies, service industry staff, and other partners that rely so heavily on the increased business that SXSW attracts.

We will continue to work hard to bring you the unique events you love. Though it’s true that our March 2020 event will no longer take place in the way that we intended, we continue to strive toward our purpose – helping creative people achieve their goals.

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'The Green Knight' (2020) Banner
By Alexia   February 13, 2020   0 Comments

Watch the new teaser trailer for The Green Knight below. The movie is set to hit theaters on May 29, 2020.

By Alexia   February 12, 2020   0 Comments

The first poster for David Lowery‘s upcoming film The Green Knight has been released by A24.
The film opens this summer and stars Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Barry Keoghan, Sean Harris, Kate Dickie, and Ralph Ineson.

Check out The Green Knight poster below.