Clarissa Jacobson’s Lunch Ladies is a perfect balance of Horror and Comedy

Lunch Ladies teaser Lunch Ladies is making its mark on the film festival world and it is easy to see why, Clarissa Jacobson’s writing has to be commended, as getting a perfect balance of horror and comedy in one film is no easy feat. The well-rounded characters and addictive storyline are sure to keep you glued to the screen, and left wanting more! Donna Pieroni … Continue reading Clarissa Jacobson’s Lunch Ladies is a perfect balance of Horror and Comedy

Short of the Week to screen Matt Soson’s ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’

  Everything’s Gonna Be Okay is Matt Soson’s directorial debut. Soson stars as the brave backpacker Jake, alongside Erika Soto, who is about to feature in Starz new TV show Vida. This intense film recently played at the prestigious Florida Film Festival and has been selected to screen on Short of The Week. A pair of hikers backpacking through the desert stop to face the reality of … Continue reading Short of the Week to screen Matt Soson’s ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’

Noor Gharzeddine’s Lebanese American film ‘Are You Glad I’m Here’ selected for Brooklyn Film Festival

Noor Gharzeddine’s debut feature is a must see, exploring gender roles and domestic violence through a cultural lens. This gripping and tender feature was written by Samuel Cyrenius Anderson.  A month into its festival run, Are You Glad I’m Here has already shown at Atlanta Film Festival, Riverrun International Film Festival and is about to screen at Brooklyn Film Festival. A millennial American girl befriends a Lebanese housewife and disrupts her … Continue reading Noor Gharzeddine’s Lebanese American film ‘Are You Glad I’m Here’ selected for Brooklyn Film Festival

CANNES FILM FESTIVAL – Emrhys Cooper’s Trophy Boy is a must-see film that will make us look at ourselves!

We are all guilty of posing for selfies, using the filter to look more attractive, only posting photos we look good in, checking how many likes we have on Facebook, but what happens when social media begins to rule our lives? Emrhys Cooper’s directorial debut ‘Trophy Boy‘ features a young man obsessed with social media and has been selected for the Crème de la Crème of … Continue reading CANNES FILM FESTIVAL – Emrhys Cooper’s Trophy Boy is a must-see film that will make us look at ourselves!

Simon Hunter’s inspirational film Edie starring Sheila Hancock to be released into cinemas nationwide

We are going to be interviewing Simon Hunter, the mastermind behind this amazing film very soon! Following a successful festival run, Director Simon Hunter and Producer Mark Stothert’s Edie will receive a welcome cinematic release. Filmed by stunning Scottish mountains the film is as beautiful as it is inspirational, with a breathtaking score created by the award-winning composer Debbie Wiseman. Edie stars BAFTA nominee Sheila Hancock (The Boy in Striped Pyjamas), Kevin Guthree (Fantastic Beasts and … Continue reading Simon Hunter’s inspirational film Edie starring Sheila Hancock to be released into cinemas nationwide

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