LUCID REVIEW – Adam Morse has created a futuristic visual of battling with the duality of what is real and what isn’t

We walk into Adam Morse’s fantastical film Lucid on the heels of one fair headed dame in a glamourous chic club, only to be rudely awakened into the world of our main protagonist, whose own life seems to be drastically contradictory. Zel (Laurie Calvert) lives a bleak, lonely life that is further hindered by his own social insecurities and anxiety. This of course is not … Continue reading LUCID REVIEW – Adam Morse has created a futuristic visual of battling with the duality of what is real and what isn’t

Brwa Vahabpour’s Interview: “The inspirations behind the film Silence are my family and my adolescence.”

Brwa Vahabpour’s film Silence shares the story of a young deaf girl who finds difficulty trying to fit in at school and in the world. This phenomenal film shows the importance of making sure we have the resources, tools, and facilities to accommodate deaf people and how important it is for us to make them feel that they are a part of us because they … Continue reading Brwa Vahabpour’s Interview: “The inspirations behind the film Silence are my family and my adolescence.”

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.’

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