Director Aneil Karia on his Oscar contender THE LONG GOODBYE starring Riz Ahmed “The film represents a real and tangible anxiety that lives in the back of our minds”

Writer/Director Aneil Karia and Writer/Actor Riz Ahmed’s THE LONG GOODBYE takes us on a journey that is both intimate and devastating. The 11-minute short film is an unflinching look at what may lie ahead for us in these increasingly intolerant times, and what is unfolding for minorities as we speak in many countries around the world. This live action short film has been blazing through … Continue reading Director Aneil Karia on his Oscar contender THE LONG GOODBYE starring Riz Ahmed “The film represents a real and tangible anxiety that lives in the back of our minds”

Jerry Hoffmann’s “I AM” Examines the Relationship Between Humans and Our Ever-Growing Relationship With Technology

I AM is a short film by German director Jerry Hoffmann. It explores the necessity of human connection in a world that is growing increasingly more isolated. The topics of isolation and loneliness are well known to most; especially following the global pandemic. Hoffman expands on these concepts with great skill. The film follows the story of a woman, Noé, and a robot, Ela, whom … Continue reading Jerry Hoffmann’s “I AM” Examines the Relationship Between Humans and Our Ever-Growing Relationship With Technology

Cesar Martinez Barba’s “Dial Home” Documents the Post-Deportation Lives of the Undocumented – Review

Over the past several years, the deportation of undocumented immigrants in America has been a topic that has been on the minds of many. From DACA to The Dreamers, many have tried to take a stand against these deportations and the effect that they can have on those who are forced to leave the country they call home. Cesar Martinez Barba, director of Dial Home, … Continue reading Cesar Martinez Barba’s “Dial Home” Documents the Post-Deportation Lives of the Undocumented – Review

Emmanuel Tenenbaum’s “Free Fall” Looks at the Horrific Impact of an International Tragedy

Emmanuel Tenenbaum, director of Free Fall, was generous enough to speak with us about his career path, the inspiration behind the film, as well as the poignancy of this subject in 2021. Describe Free Fall in three words. Winning is losing. How did you approach a film about an event that is so prominent in the public mind? What were the challenges? Because the event … Continue reading Emmanuel Tenenbaum’s “Free Fall” Looks at the Horrific Impact of an International Tragedy

“The Censor of Dreams” Tells an Eclectic Story of Our Innermost Thoughts

Léo Berne and Raphaël Rodriguez have built an intriguing, surreal world in their film The Censor of Dreams. We were lucky enough to be able to speak to the pair about their film and the process behind creating such a unique piece of cinema. Describe The Censor of Dreams in one word. Eclectic What inspired you to tell this story? It’s an adaptation of a … Continue reading “The Censor of Dreams” Tells an Eclectic Story of Our Innermost Thoughts