Tadeusz Lysiak’s short film THE DRESS beautifully captures disability and intimacy

Desire. It’s what makes a person tick. Desire influences how each and every one of us behaves. In Tadeusz Łysiak’s live action short film “The Dress”, desire is the driving force behind every choice the protagonist, Julka, makes. Julka (Anna Dzieduszycka) is a young woman working at a motel who develops an attraction to a truck driver, Bogdan (Szymon Piotr Warszawski). Julka is a young … Continue reading Tadeusz Lysiak’s short film THE DRESS beautifully captures disability and intimacy

 Like The Ones I Used To Know (Les Grandes Claques) is a charming coming of age drama full of laughter (and tears)

After its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, the film has won four Oscar-qualifying Award &has screened at over 50 international film festivals Annie St-Pierre’s live-action short film Like The Ones I Used To Know (Les Grandes Claques) focuses on a father who goes to his former in-laws’ house to collect his children on Christmas Eve. This moving film which focuses on the themes of family … Continue reading  Like The Ones I Used To Know (Les Grandes Claques) is a charming coming of age drama full of laughter (and tears)

Oscar Nominee Marianne Farley on her latest film FRIMAS “As a woman, I am particularly interested in protecting women’s rights”

We talk to the talented Oscar Nominated Director Marianne Farley about her timely film FRIMAS. The film shares the story of a women who feels forced to get a back street abortion, well in this case a lorry, in a country where abortion is banned. Sadly. this is something which 1000’s of women in Texas face today. This film is under Oscar consideration and we … Continue reading Oscar Nominee Marianne Farley on her latest film FRIMAS “As a woman, I am particularly interested in protecting women’s rights”

Murad Abu Eisheh’s TALA’VISION Wins the Student Academy Award 

Winner of the Gold Student Academy Award and the first Arab film to win in the fiction category The Director Murad Abu Eisheh was inspired to write TALA’VISION after he came across an article about ISIS banning televisions in Syria 2014. The film highlights Tala’s struggle trying to live her childhood in a war zone. This heart wrenching film won the Gold Student Academy Award, qualifying … Continue reading Murad Abu Eisheh’s TALA’VISION Wins the Student Academy Award 

Emmanuel Tenenbaum’s short film FREE FALL tells the story of 9/11 from a banker’s perspective

September 11th, 2021 marked the 20 year anniversary of the largest terrorist attacks on American soil. The significance of this event not only lies within the amount of lives that were taken or the brutality of the attack, but also in how many people it touched. While it occurred in New York City, New York, Americans weren’t the only ones to be drastically affected by … Continue reading Emmanuel Tenenbaum’s short film FREE FALL tells the story of 9/11 from a banker’s perspective