A.G. Longhurst and James Osbourne star in the National Film Awards nominated British Comedy Lucas and Albert

For those of you who love a British comedy, you are in for a treat. Lucas and Albert stars two actors A.G. Longhurst and James Osborne who trained at the famous Anna Scher Theatre School and have stayed friends ever since. The film shares a story of two ageing hit men who are sent to clean up a bank robbery that went wrong some 20 … Continue reading A.G. Longhurst and James Osbourne star in the National Film Awards nominated British Comedy Lucas and Albert

Louis Sayad DeCaprio’s and Khawla Al Hammouri’s empowering documentary “A Syrian Woman” touches on female refugees, education for girls and child marriage

Louis Sayad DeCaprio’s and Khawla Al Hammouri’s empowering documentary “A Syrian Woman” touches on female refugees, education for girls and child marriage   The award-winning film A Syrian Woman depicts firsthand accounts of the refugee crisis by eight Syrian women living in Jordan. It is a story that illuminates the challenges so many women face after their displacement, highlighting their resilience and determination in the … Continue reading Louis Sayad DeCaprio’s and Khawla Al Hammouri’s empowering documentary “A Syrian Woman” touches on female refugees, education for girls and child marriage

Anne de Mare & Kirsten Kelly’s film ‘The Girl with the Rivet Gun’ shares the stories of the 3 unsung female heroes of World War II

Anne de Mare and Kirsten Kelly’s animated short The Girl with the Rivet Gun tells the story of three real life Rosie the Riveters during World War II: Esther Horne, Susan Taylor King and Mildred Crow Sargent, who overcome the stereotypes of women during the war. This impressive documentary screened at Thomas Edison Black Maria Film Festival 2020 where it was awarded a Jury’s Choice … Continue reading Anne de Mare & Kirsten Kelly’s film ‘The Girl with the Rivet Gun’ shares the stories of the 3 unsung female heroes of World War II

NCIS: Los Angeles guest star Alexander Bedria praised by Director Dan Liu

The upcoming episode of NCIS: Los Angeles “Watch Over Me” is set to be an exciting one with Alexander Bedria Guest Starring as Special Agent Randall Cejudo. Bedria plays an experienced federal agent who works with the NCIS team to track a missing undercover agent, but may have his own reasons for the manhunt. Bedria is going strength to strength having just recurred as Santiago … Continue reading NCIS: Los Angeles guest star Alexander Bedria praised by Director Dan Liu

Rachel Harrison Gordon’s Coming of Age drama ‘Broken Bird’ focuses on a biracial girl’s conflicting relationship with her culture and identity

Rachel Harrison Gordon’s Coming of Age drama Broken Bird focuses on a biracial girl’s conflicting relationship with her culture and identity Selected for SXSW Film Festival 2020  Starring Chad L. Coleman (The Wire) and Indigo Hubbard-Salk (Netflix Series She’s Gotta Have It) Rachel Harrison Gordon’s semi-autobiographical film Broken Bird focuses on a biracial girl struggling with her culture and identity, whilst being days away from her Bar Mitzvah. This important film … Continue reading Rachel Harrison Gordon’s Coming of Age drama ‘Broken Bird’ focuses on a biracial girl’s conflicting relationship with her culture and identity

Dekel Berenson’s Ashmina “Your holiday and a child’s livelihood”

It’s not everywhere that you would see a sky littered with bodies, attached to large bright parachutes gliding softly to the ground. This is a common sight however in Pokhara, Nepal the paragliding capital of the world and it’s easy to see why with picturesque backdrops of the Himalayas and mountain lakes. This popular adventure destination is where director Dekel Berenson situates his short film, … Continue reading Dekel Berenson’s Ashmina “Your holiday and a child’s livelihood”

FILM REVIEW – Richard Raymond’s A Million Eyes “Poeticism defined in a short film”

Only the few are blessed with raw, unabashed talent that seeps through them at every given opportunity. Even fewer than that have the ability to exercise this talent, placed in position of economic and social advantage, to be able to share this talent with the world. Though when a gift is so evident, little can be done to silence it’s power, such is the story … Continue reading FILM REVIEW – Richard Raymond’s A Million Eyes “Poeticism defined in a short film”