The Oscar nominee wound up moderating a Clubhouse room dominated by hate speech earlier this week.
The actor said that he and his family recovered from the virus and are healthy but stressed the importance of stopping the spread of the virus.
Journalists have recorded footage of police attacking them with rubber bullets and pepper spray as they cover the nationwide protests.
The inaugural event will take place May 28-31, 2020.
Obenson will cover African-American film and television, while Blauvelt will serve as IndieWire's new managing editor.
The actor delivers his weirdest performance in years in the wordless role of The Hermit, but he hasn't been promoting it.
With the screen legend announcing that he's stepping away from acting, we've compiled this look at his finest achievements.
The festival saluted its legacy with a lavish evening that covered every decade of its existence.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter is joining Megan Ellison to support the release of a shocking new non-fiction film, and it may not be the last one.
The festival denied rumors that the Netflix films would be dropped from the 2017 edition, but added new rules in an effort to placate exhibitor concerns.
The B-movie maverick is also preparing another sequel to his popular "Death Race" franchise.
The "Moonlight" director recalls his encounters with Demme during the last year of his life.
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