For Your Consideration Review: ‘It successfully captures the reality we live in.’

In the wake of the #MeToo and BLM movements, the world is scrambling to prove how ‘woke’ it is in the year 2020. To be relevant in 2020, storytelling has taken a sharp turn into pointed and purposeful play into the world of the marginalized. Poppy Gordon, founder of Feral NYC and an emerging promising New York Filmmaker, has made her 2020 debut with a … Continue reading For Your Consideration Review: ‘It successfully captures the reality we live in.’

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

Adetokumboh M’Cormack’s award-winning true story ‘The German King’ selected for Oscar-qualifying film festival BronzeLens

Starring Adetokumboh M’Cormack (Captain America: Winter Soldier), Raphael Corkhill (The Goldfinch), Constance Ejuma (Black Panther) and Scottie Thompson (NCIS). Adetokumboh M’Cormack’s insightful short The German King tells the true story of the German raised African King Rudolf Douala Manga Bell. This film earned Adetokumboh the Best Actor award at the Oscar Qualifying Rhode Island International Film festival and has been screening at prestigious Oscar-qualifying film festivals such … Continue reading Adetokumboh M’Cormack’s award-winning true story ‘The German King’ selected for Oscar-qualifying film festival BronzeLens

Interview With Monique Sorgen – “While movie making is never easy, there’s also a magic that happens when you make a movie”

Monique Sorgen’s short film Sorry, Not Sorry, which was inspired by a poem written by the great William Carlos Williams’ “This is Just to Say” tells a hilarious and relatable tale about a couple, whose one-upmanship reaches unexpected heights! We had the absolute pleasure of talking to this brilliant director/writer/producer about the cast in the film, the positive things she experienced whilst making this short, … Continue reading Interview With Monique Sorgen – “While movie making is never easy, there’s also a magic that happens when you make a movie”

Pendulum Director and Star Lauren Cooney “we were stuck onboard a train for nearly 60 hours”

The Sci-Fi Drama ‘Pendulum’ was only released a few days ago on ‘Dust’ and has already racked up nearly a million views. We managed to catch up with the star and director Lauren Cooney who is creating her own ground-breaking films. Lauren Cooney’s transcendent film was inspired by Gareth Edwards’ Monsters and tells the story of a generation born knowing the end of the world is imminent. After … Continue reading Pendulum Director and Star Lauren Cooney “we were stuck onboard a train for nearly 60 hours”