Gerald Webb’s Stacks hits the comedic nail on the head

Covid 19 has been a strange time in our lives, not being able to hug family or friends, not being able to buy essentials and worrying about the unknown. As a human race when things are difficult we look to humour for comfort and hitting the comedic nail on the head is Gerald Webb’s short film Stacks. Webb created this short film with an all … Continue reading Gerald Webb’s Stacks hits the comedic nail on the head

Film and TV Business Exclusive with Lycanthropy Director Alexander Black

We caught up with Alexander Black director of the new British crime thriller Lycanthropy to talk about the film which has already been selected for over thirty film festivals. Lycanthropy follows two detectives the troubled Mark Kessler and his partner John Mills, as they search for a missing girl in a suspected case of child abduction. When the case comes to standstill, Kessler decides to take … Continue reading Film and TV Business Exclusive with Lycanthropy Director Alexander Black

Dekel Berenson’s Ashmina “Your holiday and a child’s livelihood”

It’s not everywhere that you would see a sky littered with bodies, attached to large bright parachutes gliding softly to the ground. This is a common sight however in Pokhara, Nepal the paragliding capital of the world and it’s easy to see why with picturesque backdrops of the Himalayas and mountain lakes. This popular adventure destination is where director Dekel Berenson situates his short film, … Continue reading Dekel Berenson’s Ashmina “Your holiday and a child’s livelihood”

FILM REVIEW – Richard Raymond’s A Million Eyes “Poeticism defined in a short film”

Only the few are blessed with raw, unabashed talent that seeps through them at every given opportunity. Even fewer than that have the ability to exercise this talent, placed in position of economic and social advantage, to be able to share this talent with the world. Though when a gift is so evident, little can be done to silence it’s power, such is the story … Continue reading FILM REVIEW – Richard Raymond’s A Million Eyes “Poeticism defined in a short film”

Oran Zegman’s Marriage Material – Hilarious, entertaining and slightly scary

  If you close your eyes and try to muster what it would look like if Black Mirror and The Stepford Wives had a musical child, there’s a high chance it would look something like Marriage Material. The short film by female writer and director Oran Zegman is whimsical and wonderful in mostly anyway you could imagine, except for its damningly realistic representation of a … Continue reading Oran Zegman’s Marriage Material – Hilarious, entertaining and slightly scary