Tightly Wound is nothing short of courageous

Once you watch this short film, you will admire the bravery of this woman, the warrior that lives within her. Shelby speaks about a condition that women live with but due to the nature of it and where it happens (down there), people might be too prude to discuss a real condition that affects people daily. But not Shelby.  Shelby is helping other women who … Continue reading Tightly Wound is nothing short of courageous

Helen O’Hanlon’s ‘Mirette’ is a magical one of a kind film

Mirette is a magical film that has the feel of a fairy tale. The film has a magical stellar cast of well known faces and a young starlet Dixie Egerickx, who is destined for great things. The female director Helen O’Hanlon guides the cast to tell an interesting tale of days gone by and create a magical film that can be enjoyed by the whole family. The … Continue reading Helen O’Hanlon’s ‘Mirette’ is a magical one of a kind film

Jocelyn Stamat and Joe Russell’s ‘Laboratory Conditions’ is a must see

Jocelyn Stamat and Joe Russell’s ‘Laboratory Conditions’ boasts an all-star cast, but this isn’t the only plus point that makes this remarkable short film special. The female director has an excellent eye, guiding the actors to give outstanding performances and the story keeps you guessing from start to finish. Take it from us Jocelyn Stamat is a name you should look out for. Even if Sci-Fi … Continue reading Jocelyn Stamat and Joe Russell’s ‘Laboratory Conditions’ is a must see

Oscar hopeful ‘Rise of a Star’ delivers a message of hope for women

Naissance d’une étoile (Rise of a star), directed by James Bort in 2017, has been voted by the Academy to join the Oscar race and has been selected for the Live Action Short Film shortlist, beating more than one hundred and fifty films. This wonderful film features the iconic Oscar nominated actress Catherine Deneuve, who stars as Mill Jean and inspires the main character Emma … Continue reading Oscar hopeful ‘Rise of a Star’ delivers a message of hope for women

Oscar hopeful ‘My Nephew Emmett’ – it is crucial for us to ensure that Emmett’s story can motivate more people to fight against racism

My Nephew Emmett Trailer 2 from Kevin Wilson, Jr. on Vimeo. We adore Kevin Wilson Jr’s Oscar-shortlisted film ‘My Nephew Emmett’ and are backing it to receive a well deserved Oscar nomination.  My Nephew Emmett has won the Gold Medal at the 44th Student Academy Awards in the Narrative Domestic Category. Director Kevin Wilson, Jr. is an MFA Candidate in New York University’s Film Program. … Continue reading Oscar hopeful ‘My Nephew Emmett’ – it is crucial for us to ensure that Emmett’s story can motivate more people to fight against racism

Chris Overton’s Oscar film ‘The Silent Child’ reflects the difficulties that deaf people face

The Silent Child (2017) has won over twenty awards since its world premiere at Rhode Island International Film Festival and has now been shortlisted for the Oscars. Director Chris Overton began his career as an actor and worked with many industry greats such as Joel Schumaher and the Oscar winning director Roman Polanski. This time, he became an independent director and chose the lead actress, … Continue reading Chris Overton’s Oscar film ‘The Silent Child’ reflects the difficulties that deaf people face