David Bartlett’s MOUSIE uses art as a weapon of hope to survive

No matter how old you are, losing your loved ones is one of the worst feelings. Whatever the reason is, it is always hard. However, when it happens at a young age, when you need the support of your parents the most, it can be way harder. Especially, if it is because of war, terror and persecution. Director David Bartlett and producer Will Poole came together for the second time (after their … Continue reading David Bartlett’s MOUSIE uses art as a weapon of hope to survive

FRIMAS directed by Oscar Nominee Marianne Farley has a real shot at the 2022 Academy Awards

Abortion is a very sensitive topic all around the world. Every country has its own abortion law. Some allow it at later stages of pregnancy, some allow till 10 weeks and some ban completely. If you live in a country that forbids abortions completely, it can be a life or death situation to get an abortion. In FRIMAS director and writer Marianne Farley focuses on … Continue reading FRIMAS directed by Oscar Nominee Marianne Farley has a real shot at the 2022 Academy Awards

Exclusive Interview With Beppe Tufarulo, Director of Baradar

We had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with the Italian filmmaker Beppe Tufarulo, the director behind Baradar (Brother), a film focuses on the true story of Ali Ehsani, a story which focuses on the harsh separation of two migrant brothers. A film which is eligible to be considered for a 2021 Academy Award, we were able to speak with Beppe and ask him how … Continue reading Exclusive Interview With Beppe Tufarulo, Director of Baradar

Film Business Live Action Short Film Academy Awards Shortlist Predictions for 2021

The race has begun for a place on the Academy Awards 20201 Live Action Short Film shortlist. The race this year is very tight, but here are our top picks. The Oscar shortlist will be revealed on February 9th. In the past we have correctly predicted many of the films on the Shortlist and beyond. Alive – Directed by Jimmy Olsson Jimmy Olsson’s Alive is a … Continue reading Film Business Live Action Short Film Academy Awards Shortlist Predictions for 2021

Tomer Shushan Award-Winning Short White Eye – Review

Winning Oscar-qualifying Awards at South by Southwest and Urbanworld Film Festival, Writer-Director Tomer Shushan rethinks the principles of morality in White Eye; a short film following a man’s efforts to retrieve his stolen bike, now in possession of a stranger. An alumnus of the Minshar School of Arts film department, Shushan is best known for his shorts White Eye and Inside Shells earning screening at … Continue reading Tomer Shushan Award-Winning Short White Eye – Review