After its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, the film has won four Oscar-qualifying Award &has screened at over 50 international film festivals Annie St-Pierre’s live-action short film Like The Ones I Used To Know (Les Grandes Claques) focuses on a father who goes to his former in-laws’ house to collect his children on Christmas Eve. This moving film which focuses on the themes of family … Continue reading Like The Ones I Used To Know (Les Grandes Claques) is a charming coming of age drama full of laughter (and tears)
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
“I am just trying to do what’s best for us”. A very familiar sentence for everyone but what would you consider the best for yourself? Having a great success in your career… comfort…legacy…silence…or legitimacy. The path you choose will determine who you will be in the future. Sadly, in today’s world not everyone has the privilege to choose. Black man and women are held back … Continue reading Roderick Lawrence’ SILENT PARTNER is an impactful short film about systemic racism and social justice
Mulan Fu is triple threat, as she is an animator, director and composer! Her short film BEAUTIFUL has been selected for numerous high profile film festivals and most recently Indyshorts International Film Festival. This lovely little film shares the beautiful relationship between a mother and daughter, that unbreakable bond and all that comes with that. Watching the girl try to walk in her mothers big … Continue reading REVIEW – Mulan Fu’s animated short film BEAUTIFUL is magical
Jahmil Eady’s live-action short film Heartland shares a story of a woman who tries to make and save memories of her grandfather. This brilliant film, which is AudPop’s Women’s Film Challenge 1st Place Winner, received its World premiere at the Oscar-qualifying Santa Barbara International Film Festival, screened at Indy Shorts International Film Festival: Heartland Film where it won an 2021 Audience Choice Award and it … Continue reading Heartland Wins Audience Choice Award at Oscar qualifying Indy Shorts Film Fest!