Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers’ Award-winning ‘Just Me And You’ touches on the difficult journey undocumented immigrants face

Just Me and You is a heartfelt father and daughter drama that touches on undocumented immigrant families crossing the Mexican border in America. This live action short film premiered at Berlinale 2019 where it won the Crystal Bear for Best Short Film, then played at numerous high profile film festivals including Palm Spring ShortFests, Odense International Film Festival and Regard Saguenay International Short Film Festival … Continue reading Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers’ Award-winning ‘Just Me And You’ touches on the difficult journey undocumented immigrants face

Director Richard Raymond’s A MILLION EYES starring Joe Morton and Katie Lowes wins at the Oscar-qualifying Hollyshorts and is selected for Raindance Film Festival

A Million Eyes shares the story of a young photographer, grappling with his mother’s alcoholism, who sets out to capture his own truth. The film introduces 13-year-old Elijah M. Cooper in his debut film role. Having only wrapped production this summer the film is already receiving rave reviews and won an Honorable Mention Award at Hollyshorts in the US and is selected for the upcoming Raindance Film Festival in the UK. Emmy Award-winning … Continue reading Director Richard Raymond’s A MILLION EYES starring Joe Morton and Katie Lowes wins at the Oscar-qualifying Hollyshorts and is selected for Raindance Film Festival

Maciej Kawalski’s double Oscar-qualifying comedy ‘Atlas’ tackles mental health and identity

Maciej Kawalski’s Atlas takes a look at mental health, identity, and perception. This wonderful comedy took home the top prizes at Bermuda International Film Festival and Huesca International Film Festival. The film stars Tomasz Kot (triple Oscar-nominated Cold War) and was written/directed by Kawalski. A remote psychiatric hospital receives a fascinating patient — he doesn’t move nor speak but spends his days standing with his … Continue reading Maciej Kawalski’s double Oscar-qualifying comedy ‘Atlas’ tackles mental health and identity

RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – If you have ever taken a flight you MUST watch Tristan Lorraine’s Everybody Flies

Everybody Flies – Film Trailer from Fact Not Fiction Films on Vimeo. Like many people I love to travel and have done so before I could even walk. What I didn’t know was how dangerous it is to fly! I didn’t even question if flying was safe, I just assumed it was. Would large airline companies really put us at risk and cover up the … Continue reading RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – If you have ever taken a flight you MUST watch Tristan Lorraine’s Everybody Flies

Interview With Actor Adetokumboh M’Cormack – “I came across King Rudolf’s story about three years ago and I just remember getting chills.”

Adetokumboh M’Cormack is a well-known actor who has starred in films and TV shows like Captain America: Winter Soldier, Lost, Blood Diamond and many more. Not only is he an accomplished actor but also a brilliant director, who decided to tell the true story of the Cameroonian Leader King Rudolf Douala Manga Bell. We had the absolute pleasure of talking to him about his film: … Continue reading Interview With Actor Adetokumboh M’Cormack – “I came across King Rudolf’s story about three years ago and I just remember getting chills.”

Award-Winning Animation Dani shares an intimate family conversation about a life changing illness

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

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”

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”