Filmmaker Elizabeth Hogenson’s revealing animation Dani shares a personal tale about her former roommate’s phone call with her mother, in which she reveals a life threatening illness. This topical film won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Animated Short at Mammoth Lakes Film Festival 2019 and has screened at the American Documentary Film Festival and Film Fund 2019. Dani is now set to screen at the Oscar Qualifying … Continue reading Award-Winning Animation Dani shares an intimate family conversation about a life changing illness
Cashpoint, the short film by the incredibly talented director Monique Needham tells a story which we believe a lot of women will be able to relate to, especially in today’s society when it comes to online dating. We had the absolutely pleasure of talking to Monique and ask her about the inspiration behind the short, whether she is planning to turn Cashpoint into a feature … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Monique Needham – “Someone told me a story about a date where the guy got up to go to the Cashpoint when the bill arrived”
Colin West’s Here & Beyond tells a touching story about a scientist who, after being diagnosed with Dementia, goes on a quest to relive his memories by using a time machine. This award-winning film will screen at Cinequest Film Festival and Miami Science Fiction Film Festival in March. It previously screened at Other World Austin Film Festival, Boston Science Fiction Film Festival and NewFilmmakers LA. This topical film stars Greg … Continue reading Colin West’s touching drama ‘Here & Beyond’ selected for Cinequest Film Festival
Detainment is a film that takes you on an emotional roller-coaster. It tells a story which is based on the true story of the James Bulger case, a 2-year-old boy who was brutally murdered by two ten-year-old boys; Jon Venables and Robert Thompson. James was at New Strand Shopping Centre with his mother when he was led away by the boys who abducted, tortured him … Continue reading Detainment: A gut wrenching film about the James Bulger case
Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times is an eye-opening film that addresses racism and homelessness in London in 2018. Not only is this an award-winning film but also this film is eligible to be considered for a 2019 Academy Award. Film and Television Business had the pleasure of interviewing director Marcus Markou. Our interview consisted of a variety of questions such as what inspired him … Continue reading Interview With Director Marcus Markou: Racism creates a judgment on someone’s entire life based on their skin tone, it is ludicrous!
Growing up, we are taught that you shouldn’t judge someone or have a certain perception of someone even before you have had the chance to meet and communicate with them. This beautiful award-winning film by the talented director Mario Morin shows light of that and shows that in fact, sometimes we have more in common with people that we don’t know. You are introduced to … Continue reading Sacred Hair: An Important Topical Story
All These Creatures, the Palme d’Or winning film by the incredibly talented director Charles Williams, which has just won Best Short Fiction Film at the Australian AACTA Awards and is eligible to be considered for a 2019 Academy Award tells a emotional tale about an adolescent boy whose world is turned upside down when his father Mal’s begins to suffer from a mental illness. The … Continue reading All These Creatures: Australia’s Best Short Fiction Film Highlights The Importance Of Mental Health