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DAILY HERALD Bearing witness to the death of Adolf Eichmann in ‘June Zero’

Jake Paltrow’s soul-searching “June Zero” starts in 1961 Israel with reports that Holocaust architect Adolf Eichmann has been sentenced to death. Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against the Jewish people and crimes against humanity — a scale of cruelty that’s hard to grasp even for the characters here who shoulder responsibility for the court’s decision...READ MORE

THIRD COAST REVIEW – Review: June Zero Offers Nuanced, Thoughtful Answers to Difficult Questions and Complicated Histories

Set in 1961 Israel—specifically when the verdict and sentencing of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, the chief architect of the Holocaust, was announced—June Zero offers three different perspectives of the key historical event while also asking divisive questions about legacy, remembrance, and the beginnings of the “never forget” mindset...READ MORE

CHRONOGRAM – 5 Movie Events to Catch In July at Hudson Valley Indie Theaters

This month they are screening a limited run of Jake Paltrow's phenomenal film, June Zero. Paltrow is most recently known for co-directing the Brian De Palma documentary, De Palma, alongside Noah Baumbach. He also has an impressive track record of writer/director films and television episodes under his belt...READ MORE

NEW CITY FILM – Talking Screens, July 5-11, 2024: Ti West’s Horror Trilogy | ShowPlace Icon on Roosevelt Closed | Film Center’s “Last Shots” Series

With “June Zero,” Jake Paltrow’s shot-on-16mm revisit of the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, a principal architect of the Holocaust, through the point-of-view of Eichmann’s Jewish Moroccan prison guard; an Israeli police investigator who is a Holocaust survivor and a thirteen-year-old Libyan immigrant...READ MORE

PHOENIX NEW TIMES – June Zero

The 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, a major architect of the Holocaust, is revisited in a gripping and surprising new vision from American filmmaker Jake Paltrow...READ MORE

PITTSBURGH JEWISH CHRONICLE – ‘June Zero’ depicts Adolf Eichmann’s trial through the eyes of Israelis adjacent to it

“June Zero,” the new film directed by Jake Paltrow, takes an ambitious and unconventional approach by focusing on a series of events outside of the trial itself...READ MORE

VISIT SEDONA – ‘June Zero’ Film Premiere

The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of “June Zero” showing July 12-18 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre...READ MORE

SEDONA.BIZ – Sedona Film Fest presents ‘June Zero’ premiere July 12-18

“June Zero” underscores the notion that shared traumas have the power to forge the strongest bonds and give rise to unexpected moments of triumph and connection. As the film delves into the complexities of the human experience during this pivotal trial, it serves as a poignant reminder that history’s impact can be both diverse and unifying...READ MORE

COMING SOONExclusive June Zero Clip: Historical Drama Shows Adolf Eichmann Trial

ComingSoon is debuting an exclusive June Zero clip from the historical drama by Jake Paltrow. The film takes a look at the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, a key architect of the Holocaust, from several different perspectives. The film is currently playing in theaters in New York City and will expand into LA and other markets on July 5...READ MORE

SCRIPT MAGAZINE – Testimony as Theme: A Conversation with 'June Zero' Co-Writers Jake Paltrow and Tom Shoval

Tom Shoval and Jake Paltrow talk about developing the foundation for the screenplay, maintaining empathy across story transitions, Jake’s approach as a director, his dedication to working with film, and so much more....READ MORE

THE PLAYLIST – “‘June Zero’: Director Jake Paltrow Talks His New WWII, Adolf Eichmann Architect Of The Holocaust Dic

Jake Paltrow’s (“Young Ones,” “De Palma”) latest film, “June Zero,” breaks itself into three distinctive points of view. The film follows the trial of Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the mass extermination of Jews during World War II...READ MORE

SPECTRUM CULTUREJune Zero Review

“An eye for an eye.” “Be the bigger person.” The right adage and approach to justice varies depending on the wrongdoing itself and the philosophy of those seeking retribution. In the legal justice system, precedent is important, especially when the stakes are so high. June Zero sheds light on how retribution was sought in one of the largest injustices in human history, framing the story around a young boy whose life became entangled in history...READ MORE

GEO NEWS“Jake Paltrow credits father Bruce Paltrow for inspiration in 'June Zero',” interview with Jake Paltrow

Jake Paltrow revealed that he took inspiration from his late father, Bruce Paltrow’s interest in World War II and Jewish history for his latest movie. The 48-year-old director recently debuted his new historical film, June Zero...READ MORE

THE MOVIE CLUB – June Zero Movie Review

At the heart of this story is the trial of Adolf Eichmann who was one of the major masterminds of the Holocaust during the Second World War. He facilitated some of the cruelest acts in human history by putting millions of Jews in Nazi extermination camps. He saw to it that they were murdered on his command. Set in 1961, David (Noam Ovadia), who’s Jewish, but has just moved from Libya to Israel and doesn’t know who Eichmann is, is tormented by his teacher for not knowing the history of the Nazis and their treatment of the Jewish people...READ MORE

DEADLINE‘Kalki’ With Indian Superstar Prabhas Rivals ‘RRR’, ‘Thelma’ Flies, ‘Kinds Of Kindness’ Expands In Suddenly Buoyant Indie Market – Specialty Preview

June Zero by Jake Paltrow opens in NYC at the Quad with director Q&As all weekend and moderators including Kent Jones and Stephen Whitty. Adds LA and other top ten markets net week, moving to the top 50 the following...READ MORE

FILM THREAT – June Zero Review

 In June Zero, director/co-writer Jake Paltrow shines a light on events around the 1962 trial and execution of Adolf Eichmann. Eichmann was Hitler’s logistics expert who organized much of the holocaust, including a dedicated effort to ensure the trains taking prisoners to concentration camps were timely and reliable. After the war, he fled to Argentina, was eventually tracked down, arrested, and taken to Israel to stand trial. He was executed in May of 1962. ...READ MORE

ALGEMEINER JOURNAL – Jake Paltrow’s ‘June Zero’ Examines How the Eichmann Trial Affected Israeli Society

Jake Paltrow, co-writer and director of “June Zero,” begins his film on the day of the verdict for Nazi Adolf Eichmann in 1961. But rather than focus on Eichmann, as most would do, the film is more about the surrounding society...READ MORE

JB SPINS – June Zero: Israel, 1962

During Adolf Eichmann's trial, Israel mandated that only Sephardic Jews could serve as his prison guards, because his victims were overwhelmingly Ashkenazi. Originally indigenous to the Middle East, North Africa, and the Mediterranean, anti-Semitic protestors regular deny the very existence of the Sephardic Jews...READ MORE

FILM AUTHORITYJune Zero a unique film that brings history to life

‘They are not sanctifying the memory, they’re commemorating the crime,’ runs a key line in Jake Paltrow’s June Zero, a surprising, semi-poetic take on the crimes of Holocaust architect Adolf Eichmann, who was tried and executed for Nazi war crimes committed during WWII. How we think of, and remember the Holocaust was as big an issue then as it is now, but there’s a startling immediacy about the story told here. June Zero isn’t a straight historical re-enactment at all, it’s also more like a Pulp Fiction three-part narrative with a trio of stories connected together by Eichmann’s imprisonment and trial....READ MORE

ROGEREBERT.COM – June Zero Movie Review and Summary

"June Zero" is directed by an American filmmaker, Jake Paltrow (brother of actress Gwyneth and son of esteemed TV director Bruce Paltrow). It was conceived partly as a testament to his family's (partial) Polish Jewish heritage. The screenplay, by Paltrow and Israeli writer-director Tom Shoval, is set in the early 1960s...READ MORE

INDIEWIRE – ‘June Zero’ Review: Jake Paltrow Reexamines Adolf Eichmann’s Execution in Thoughtful Israeli Drama

Jake Paltrow‘s new Israeli drama “June Zero” shows how infinitely more complex the feelings in Israel were around the time of the conviction and execution in 1962...READ MORE

THE WASTELAND REVIEWER – June Zero 2024

This thrilling yet, at its core, empathetic and humanist film looks at the infamous trial of Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the mass extermination of Jews during the Second World War. Depicting the events preceding Eichmann's execution, it approaches the important and much publicized Nazi criminal through the eyes of three participants in these events...READ MORE

REEL NEWS DAILY – ‘JUNE ZERO’ (2024) A beautiful and relevant dive into history

Jake Paltrow brings audiences to a fascinating thread of history that might not be common knowledge. Israel 1961, days after the trial of Adolf Eichmann, a young boy discovers the quiet plot involved in disposing of the body of one of the most notorious organizers of the Holocaust...READ MORE

OH NO THEY DIDN’T LIVE JOURNALIndie Film Release Guide: June 28th [An ONTD Original]

A captivating film examines Adolf Eichmann's trial, capturing the empathy and humanism amidst the atrocities committed during WWII....READ MORE

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Review: In ‘June Zero,’ There Are Many Ways to See the Pas

In 1960, Israeli agents smuggled the Nazi official Adolf Eichmann from Buenos Aires to Jerusalem to stand trial for his role in the Holocaust. Rather than focus on the operation, or on Eichmann’s notorious defense, “June Zero” thoughtfully braids three stories that relate to the events around Eichmann’s execution by hanging in 1962...READ MORE

MOVIE INSIDER - DVD & Blu-rays Coming Out August 13, 2024

The 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, a major architect of the Holocaust, is revisited in a gripping and surprising new vision from American filmmaker Jake Paltrow...READ MORE

SELIG FILM NEWS -JUNE ZERO – Interview With Writer Tom Shoval

This Friday June 28th, JUNE ZERO, is in theaters.  Our Gadi Elkon talked with the film’s Co-Writer Tom Shoval about the movie, using Hebrew in the film and the 3 character perspectives...READ MORE

SCREENFISH ONLINE - June Zero: The edge of history

Directed by Jake Paltrow, June Zero begins with the news that Adolf Eichmann has been sentenced to death by an Israeli court. This is not, however, a film about Eichmann or his trial. Rather it is a set of three stories that are on the periphery of that historical event. The different stories remind us that such histories are multi-faceted with many meanings for many people...READ MORE

JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC AGENCY - Jake Paltrow’s ‘June Zero’ depicts Adolf Eichmann’s trial through the eyes of Israelis adjacent to it,” interview with Jake Paltrow on behalf of JUNE ZERO

“June Zero,” the new film directed by Jake Paltrow, takes an ambitious and unconventional approach by focusing on a series of events outside of the trial itself...READ MORE

MARK REVIEWS MOVIES - JUNE ZERO, a film by Jake Paltrow

In June Zero, the lives of several people in Israel become loosely connected by the trial and ultimate punishment of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi SS officer who played a significant role in planning and implementing the Holocaust. After escaping Allied detention and likely execution for war crimes, Eichmann eventually fled to Argentina, where he lived a comfortable and hidden life for a decade...READ MORE

FORWARD - “Eichmann’s judgment — through the eyes of those who burned his body,” interview with Jake Paltrow on behalf of JUNE ZERO

The story of the oven — and the people who built it — is the focus of American director Jake Paltrow’s film June Zero, in theaters June 28. Filmed in Israel and in Hebrew, Paltrow and his co-writer Tom Shoval have made a gripping portrait of a young country, ostensibly united by a monumental act of justice, but in reality divided along economic and ethnic lines...READ MORE

MOVIE INSIDER - Movies Coming Out June 28, 2024

The 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, a major architect of the Holocaust, is revisited in a gripping and surprising new vision from American filmmaker Jake Paltrow. Based on true accounts, June Zero is told from the unique perspectives of three largely unrelated figures: Eichmann’s Jewish Moroccan prison guard; an Israeli police investigator who also happens to be a Holocaust survivor and a precocious and clever 13-year-old Libyan immigrant...READ MORE

DAILY REPUBLIC - At the Movies: Documentary looks at story behind 'The Conqueror'

"June Zero" a documentary about the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, a major architect of the Holocaust. Based on true accounts, the film is told from the perspectives of three largely unrelated figures: Eichmann’s Jewish Moroccan prison guard; an Israeli police investigator who also happens to be a Holocaust survivor and a precocious and clever 13-year-old Libyan immigrant. The film is not rated...READ MORE

THE FILM STAGE - Exclusive Trailer: Jake Paltrow Programs Seven Influences on June Zero for NYC’s Quad Cinema

Watch the exclusive trailer for the series, along with the full program lineup (including notes from Paltrow) and an exclusive clip from June Zero....READ MORE

DEADLINE - ‘Jazzy’ Review: A Celebratory Journey Through Youth And Tradition

In Marissa Maltz’s Jazzy, the enchanting sequel to The Unknown Country, audiences are treated to a heartfelt exploration of childhood in the picturesque landscapes of South Dakota. This delightful film, which premiered at Tribeca, follows the titular character through the various seasons of her life from ages 8 to 12, capturing the essence of what it means to be young, free and full of wonder...READ MORE

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - ‘Jazzy’ Review: Lily Gladstone in a Sweet Tale of Two Friends Navigating Heartbreaking Change

Morrisa Maltz renders the realities of girlhood with compelling tenderness in her sophomore narrative effort Jazzy. The film, which takes place in the same cinematic universe as the director’s critically acclaimed debut feature The Unknown Country, follows six years in the life of its protagonist as she navigates friendship, romantic crushes and the small freedoms of growing up. Jazzy’s story is based on that of Maltz’s goddaughter, Jasmine Bearkiller Shangreaux, with whom the director worked closely on this delicate narrative. .READ MORE

VARIETY - ‘Jazzy’ Review: Morrisa Maltz Fashions a Beautiful Sequel to ‘The Unknown Country’

Touched by a youthful spirit, this feminine coming-of-age tale (executive produced by Lily Gladstone) reinforces Maltz as a true independent and a soulful storyteller...READ MORE

LOUD AND CLEAR REVIEWS - Jazzy Film Review: Adolescent Innocence

Morrisa Maltz (The Unknown Country) is the type of adult, and filmmaker, that understands the profoundness wrapped in childish babbling. In her new film Jazzy, she lets two young girls be the center of the film’s universe in order to make a devastatingly beautiful portrayal of childhood, girlhood and friendship...READ MORE

SLASHFILM - Jazzy Review: This Companion Piece To A Lily Gladstone Hidden Gem Is One Of The Year's Best Coming-Of-Age Movies [Tribeca]

When is documentary filmmaking not quite a documentary? When filmmaker Morrisa Maltz does what she does best and fills in a blank canvass with her uniquely lived-in, understated, and wholly authentic paintbrush. The most headline-making aspect of "Jazzy" will likely be the fact that it acts as a sort of spiritual sequel to Maltz's previous effort, the Lily Gladstone-starring "The Unknown Country" that released to great acclaim in 2022...READ MORE

CHERRY PICKS - “JAZZY | CherryPicks #Tribeca2024 Virtual Studio”

Star Jasmine Bearkiller Shangreaux and director/co-writer Morrisa Maltz stopped by our Tribeca Film Festival 2024 Virtual Studio to discuss their new film JAZZY, coming of age, representation in storytelling, female friendship, and much more with #CherryPicker Stacey Yvonne (‪@StickyKeys‬)...VIEW MORE

CHERRY PICKS - 2024 Tribeca Film Festival Picks

Join us as we continue to celebrate festival season! The Tribeca Film Festival celebrates its 23rd showing this year with a range of movies, from heart-wrenching documentaries to lighthearted comedies and everything in between. What started as an effort by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal to bring business to lower Manhattan after 9/11 has grown into an internationally acclaimed movie lover’s mecca...READ MORE

INDIEWIRE “SCREEN TALK” - “Why ‘Furiosa’ Failed at the Box Office; Q&A with Tribeca Director Cara Cusumano (Episode 485)”

Anne Thompson and Ryan Lattanzio dive deeper into their big Cannes experience. Also special guest and Tribeca Film Festival Director of Programming Cara Cusumano...READ MORE

TV OVERMIND - Exploring Girlhood Through Friendship and Growth in Morrisa Maltz’s ‘Jazzy’

Morrisa Maltz‘s new film Jazzy showcases the growth of young Jazzy from age six to twelve in a gentle and impressionistic way. The film beautifully captures the joys and pains of youth through the lens of childhood friendships and the challenges of growing up....READ MORE

NEXT BEST PICTURE -  “JAZZY”

‘In Morrisa Maltz’s “The Unknown Country,” a woman named Tana (Lily Gladstone) travels across the Midwest to reconnect with her estranged Oglala Lakota family in South Dakota. While there, she attends her cousin’s wedding. This is where we are introduced to the Bearkiller-Shangreaux family for the first time. Lainey, Devin, and their young daughter, Jasmine, instantly welcome Tana and the audience into their home...READ MORE

JOSH AT THE MOVIES - Tribeca 2024: Jazzy 

Jazzy spans across one girl’s childhood, ages six through twelve, with the majority focusing on her twelve-year-old self. For as long as they can remember, Jazzy (Jasmine Shangreaux) and Syriah (Syriah Fool Head Means) have been best friends. They giggle about other girls, and “unfriending” through handwritten notes. They vow to stay friends forever. Then one day, Syriah starts ignoring Jazzy. She won’t sit with her on the bus anymore. She refuses to text Jazzy back, or to acknowledge her in any way. Their mothers have gotten in a bad fight; as a result, Syriah has been specifically instructed that she can no longer speak to Jazzy. It’s all very middle school, and Jazzy can really feel Syriah’s absence. Not only are they forbidden to speak, but Syriah and her entire family are going to be moving away...READ MORE

A.FRAME“What to Watch: New Movies Releasing in June 2024,” mentions JUNE ZERO, by staff.

A.frame has your guide to all the movies hitting the big screen and streaming platforms this June.

Also out in June: June Zero (in select theaters June 28)

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UNSEEN FILMS - Positive review of the film

Jazzy (2024) Tribeca 2024

Morrisa Maltz follows up  her acclaimed THE UNKNOWN COUNTRY  with  a film that seems more like a documentary than a narrative. The film charts the relationship of Jazzy, an Oglala Lakota girl from age six to twelve. While it primarily focuses  on her relationship with her friend Syriah, it also focuses on the experience of being a kid...READ MORE

GEEK VIBES NATION‘Jazzy’ Review – A Powerful Story Of True Friendship [Tribeca 2024]

Friendship is a strange and powerful bond. This is true at any age, of course. But it is an odder, more intense, and more private feeling that we all experience as young people. Think back to your first real friendships, your BFFs...READ MORE

COLLIDER - 'Jazzy' Review: Lily Gladstone’s Magnificent Road Movie Gets Must-See Follow-Up | Tribeca 2024

"In Morrisa Maltz’s The Unknown Country, one of the many essential American movies starring Lily Gladstone to come out last year, we would frequently slow down to take in the stories of people that many other filmmakers would overlook. Each had a life that we got a snapshot of as Maltz provided a brief yet critical glimpse into their day-to-day existence before continuing along the road. Her spiritual successor to that film, the gently somber yet quietly joyous Jazzy...READ MORE

INDIEWIRE‘Jazzy’ Review: Morrisa Maltz’s Spiritual Sequel to ‘The Unknown Country’ Is a Dreamy Journey Through Coming of Age

Tribeca: The filmmaker's latest film deepens her relationship — and her skillset — with the people who made her breakout feature such a gem... READ MORE

THE WRAP - ‘Jazzy’ Review: Morrisa Maltz’s Luminous Drama Shares a Sensitive Vision of Girlhood.

A gorgeous meditation on girlhood, “Jazzy” picks up where “The Unknown Country” left off, to focus on the child who bonded with Gladstone’s character as she explored her Oglala Lakota heritage. Filmed over the course of six years, Maltz captures Jazzy (Jasmine Bearkiller Shangreaux) and her best friend Syriah (Syriah Foohead Means) between the ages of eight and thirteen...READ MORE

L’OFFICIEL USA“Don’t Miss These Films at the 2024 Tribeca Film Festival”

L’OFFICIEL USA put together its top choices for the screenings to be at this festival. 

Jazzy - Lily Gladstone is reuniting with Morrisa Maltz on this new film. The movie is meant to be a companion piece for their other successful project, The Unknown Country..... READ MORE

YAHOO! ENTERTAINMENT - “Curtain goes up on 2024 Tribeca Festival, with tribute to Robert De Niro”

Lily Gladstone ("Killers of the Flower Moon") is featured in "Jazzy," a tale of growing up on the Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota (June 9, 10, 12).... READ MORE

DEADLINE“Tribeca Festival Raising The Curtain On 2024 With Co-Founder Robert De Niro Front And Center”

Opening the festival tonight is documentary Diane von Furstenberg: Woman In Charge to be followed over ten days by 108 features from over 50 countries, many international. The 86 world premieres include Sacramento, Griffin In Summer, A Mistake, The Shallow Tale Of A Writer Who Decided To Write About A Serial Killer, The Wasp, Jazzy and Lake George. Brats, LIZA: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story, Group Therapy and ¡Casa Bonita Mi Amor! featuring Trey Parker and Matt Stone are new docs.... READ MORE

CBS NEWS - “Curtain goes up on 2024 Tribeca Festival, with tribute to Robert De Niro”

This year marks the 23rd edition of the festival, which was launched in 2002 by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff to help revitalize a city wounded by 9/11. Since then it has grown into a major event for film lovers and media figures that also encompasses non-cinematic art forms: podcasts, demos of role-playing games, immersive art, and virtual reality/augmented reality exhibitions. This year's film slate was selected from more than 13,000 submissions, more than ever before.... READ MORE

AWARDS RADAR“Movies To Look Forward To At The 2024 Tribeca Festival”

Here now are some of the many titles to look out for at the 2024 Tribeca Festival:

Honorable Mentions: #AMFAD: All My Friends Are Dead, Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes, Jazzy, LIZA: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story, and Sabbath Queen... READ MORE

VARIETY - “10 Movies We’re Excited to See at Tribeca Festival”

WHY IT’S ON OUR RADAR “The Unknown Country,” Maltz and Gladstone’s previous collaboration, impressed critics with its lyrical examination of grief and family. “Jazzy” tackles childhood, in all its beauty and intensity, following a young Oglala Lakota girl as she grows up in South Dakota... READ MORE

SCREEN ANARCHY “Tribeca 2024 Preview: Raise the Curtain, See These Movies”

Arising from the ashes of the 2001 terrorist attack on New York City, the Tribeca Festival has long established itself on the annual calendar as a home for edgy indie and international films. They self-describe their feature film lineup as "highlighting politically, culturally and socially relevant films from diverse storytellers... READ MORE

MOVIEJAWN - “TRIBECA 2024: Megan's Flick Picks”

Morrisa Maltz returns after her successful drama The Unknown Country with Jazzy, a film about a young Oglala Lakota girl in South Dakota. Jazzy (Jasmine Bearkiller Shangreaux) and Syriah (Syriah Fool Head Means) star as two close friends growing up together until Syriah has to move away... READ MORE

INDIEWIRE “30 New Movies to See at the 2024 Tribeca Festival”

‘Jazzy’ (US Narrative Competition) - Filmmaker Morrisa Maltz is crafting herself — and growing body of fans — her very own cinematic universe, this one rooted in the Native American experience and highlighted by a dedication to honest storytelling that is both thrilling and very necessary these days... READ MORE

THE FILM STAGE- “14 Films to See in June,” includes JUNE ZERO

The summer movie season continues with a handful of festival highlights coming to theaters, including Cannes premieres both from this and last year, alongside family dramas, vampire flicks, and one of the boldest experimental offerings of the year. We should also mention Richard Linklater’s Hit Man, which was on last month’s list for its all-too-limited theatrical release, will hit its final resting place on Netflix beginning June 7...READ MORE

CINELINX-  June 2024 Movie Releases,” includes JUNE ZERO

June brings on the warmer weather and even more movies for audiences to check out, both in theaters and at home.. READ MORE

COLLIDER- June Zero | Official Trailer | Cohen Media Group

Through June Zero's three characters, writer-director Jake Paltrow dramatizes the 1962 trial and execution of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi who organized the Holocaust. One is young Libyan immigrant David (Noam Ovadia), who debates the execution's morality in his classroom. Meanwhile, Haim (Yoav Levi), a Jewish man, guards Eichmann, and investigator and Holocaust survivor Micha (Tom Hagy) aids the prosecution...READ MORE

QUAD -  "JUNE ZERO" Q&A Tickets Available Now!

The 6/28 Q&A is now live on the Quad website, tickets can be purchased through the showtime in the Q&A listing (which clicks through to the film's Fandango page). BUY  TICKETS HERE!

SERIESFEST -  Unconventional Premiere

From Kit Williamson, creator of the Emmy-winning series EASTSIDERS on Netflix, UNCONVENTIONAL follows two eccentric, queer siblings and their significant others as they try to start an unconventional family, try to stay sane in an unstable world and, most importantly, try to hold onto the bonds they share ...READ MORE

DEADLINE - Independent TV Pilots are Having a Moment

As such, he decided to make his latest project, Unconventional, which follows two eccentric, queer siblings and their significant others as they try to start an unconventional family while navigating their 30s, himself with help from The Diary of a Teenage Girl producer Miranda Bailey and release it via VOD through distribution label The Film Arcade in the U.S. ... READ MORE 

FIRSTSHOWING - “Official US Trailer for Jake Paltrow's 'June Zero' About Eichmann's Trial,” features the trailer for JUNE ZERO, by Alex Billington.

Cohen Media Group has unveiled an official trailer for a film titled June Zero, which has been awaiting a release for a few years. June Zero is co-written and directed by filmmaker Jake Paltrow, of the films The Good Night and Young Ones before. ...READ MORE

PUNCH DRUNK CRITIC - “‘June Zero’ Trailer: Jake Paltrow Explores A Nazi War Criminal’s Trial From Multiple Perspectives,” features the trailer for JUNE ZERO, by Travis Hopson.

Paltrow centers his film around the 1961 trial of Nazi official Adolf Eichmann, a key organizer of the Holocaust. Three very different characters: a Jewish Moroccan prison guard, an Israeli police investigator and Holocaust survivor, and a 13-year-old child all all deal with the ramifications and have their own perceptions of the same events.  ...READ MORE




PLAYLIST - ‘June Zero’ Trailer: Jake Paltrow Examines The Trial Of An Infamous Nazi War Criminal," feature JUNE ZERO, by Valerie Thompson.

Director Jake Paltrow uses three characters to show a historical event’s impact in “June Zero.” The film’s starting point is the 1961 trial of Nazi official Adolf Eichmann, a major Holocaust organizer. A prison guard, a police investigator, and a 13-year-old all find themselves dealing with its aftermath.  ...READ MORE

PEOPLE - Gwyneth Paltrow's Brother Jake Depicts the Trial of a Nazi Officer in June Zero Trailer (Exclusive)," features JUNE ZERO, by Tommy McCardie

'Cohen Media Group shared the trailer for Jake Paltrow's June Zero exclusively with PEOPLE. The movie, which originally premiered at film festivals in 2022 and 2023, centers around the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, an officer in Nazi Germany's regime during World War II whom the United States Holocaust Memorial and Museum describes as "among the major organizers of the Holocaust."  ...READ MORE

DEADLINE - Jake Paltrow’s Adolf Eichmann Drama ‘June Zero’ Set For Theatrical Release By Cohen Media Group

" June Zero, the latest from writer-director Jake Paltrow (Young Ones, The Good Night, De Palma) and producers Oren Moverman (The Messenger, Bad Education), Miranda Bailey (Swiss Army Man, The Diary of a Teenage Girl)" READ MORE

TRIBECA - Jazzy World Premiere US Narrative Competition

"Following her award-winning film "The Unknown Country," filmmaker Morrisa Maltz delves into the delicate dynamics of childhood camaraderie in "JAZZY." Amidst the challenges of adolescence in South Dakota, young Jazzy experiences the poignant blend of joy and heartache inherent in close friendships. Yet, as her best friend departs, Jazzy confronts not only loss but also a newfound sense of autonomy." READ MORE

Quartz - Hollywood’s indie film industry is still waiting for a dose of #MeToo

Producer Miranda Bailey spent two decades becoming an independent film industry powerhouse. Her production company, Cold Iron Pictures, has steadily built an impressive catalog—recent successes include... READ MORE

INDIE WIRE - Lily Gladstone Expands Her Empire with ‘The Unknown Country’ Sequel and Doc ‘Bring Them Home’

The Oscar-nominated "Killers of the Flower Moon" actress produces both projects, with the Duplass Brothers also behind "Jazzy"... READ MORE 

DEADLINE - Lily Gladstone Reteaming With ‘The Unknown Country’s Morrisa Maltz On ‘Jazzy,’ Will Exec Produce Alongside Duplass Brothers Productions

Lily Gladstone is set to reteam with Morrisa Maltz on "Jazzy", a companion piece and follow-up to their acclaimed indie drama "The Unknown Country" ... READ MORE

VARIETY - The Boy with the Light Blue Eyes (EXCLUSIVE)

WILLA, Astrakan Film, and Cold Iron Pictures are set to join Argonauts Productions to produce Thanasis Neofotistos's “The Boy With the Light Blue Eyes,” a coming-of-age queer Greek tragedy... READ MORE 


VARIETY - Lily Gladstone Nominated for 2023 Gotham Awards Outstanding Lead Performance in THE UNKNOWN COUNTRY

In 2021, the Gothams decided the awards for acting would no longer be defined by gender. That means that the likes of Lily Gladstone (recognized for “The Unknown Country” instead of her better-known work in “Killers of the Flower Moon”) will face off in the lead performer category... READ MORE

DEADLINE - Producer Miranda Bailey Says Studios & Streamers Turned Down New Series ‘Unconventional’ Due To LGBTQ Themes

Producer Miranda Bailey, known for movies such as Swiss Army Man, Don’t Think Twice and The Diary of a Teenage Girl, says that multiple studios and streamers shied away from acquiring her completed drama series Unconventional due to its queer themes... READ MORE

DEADLINE

'Don't Think Twice' Distrib Film Arcade Picks Up Indie Pic 'Small Time' With 'The Flight Attendant' Star

Indie distributor The Film Arcade has acquired North American rights to distribute Small Time, written and directed by Niav Conty, and exec-produced by Oscar nominee Oren Moverman (The Messenger). The film stars Audrey Grace Marshall (The Flight Attendant) Holter Graham (Maximum Overdrive) and Kevin Loreque (Pose) ... READ MORE

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DEADLINE

The Film Arcade Launches New One-Stop Distribution Shop For Indie Films

Indie film distribution company The Film Arcade is furthering its outreach to indie projects with its newly launched distribution arm The Film Arcade Carousel which will be a one-stop shop for small-budget indie films via digital platforms.   ...READ MORE