Following a win at the Oscar-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival, Nicolas Greinacher’s Muslim LGBT drama Ayaneh receives theatrical release

After premiering on opening night and winning an award in Rhode Island before playing at Hollyshorts, Nicolas Greinacher’s topical film Ayaneh will be released in Los Angeles this week. This important film shares the story of a Muslim girl (Afsaneh Dehrouyeh) who, after embarking on a romance with a Swiss girl, rebels against the constraints of her family and religion. Set in Switzerland, our story follows Ayaneh, a young … Continue reading Following a win at the Oscar-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival, Nicolas Greinacher’s Muslim LGBT drama Ayaneh receives theatrical release

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.”

Adetokumboh M’Cormack’s award-winning true story ‘The German King’ selected for Oscar-qualifying film festival BronzeLens

Starring Adetokumboh M’Cormack (Captain America: Winter Soldier), Raphael Corkhill (The Goldfinch), Constance Ejuma (Black Panther) and Scottie Thompson (NCIS). Adetokumboh M’Cormack’s insightful short The German King tells the true story of the German raised African King Rudolf Douala Manga Bell. This film earned Adetokumboh the Best Actor award at the Oscar Qualifying Rhode Island International Film festival and has been screening at prestigious Oscar-qualifying film festivals such … Continue reading Adetokumboh M’Cormack’s award-winning true story ‘The German King’ selected for Oscar-qualifying film festival BronzeLens

Exclusive Interview with Daniel Bogran – “I was largely inspired by the challenge of trying to tell a complete story within a short amount of time”

Low is a fantastic, edgy film by director Daniel Bogran which creatively tells a story of a man who has his back against the wall. We had the opportunity to catch up with Daniel and ask him questions such as what inspired him to tell this story, how long it took for him to write the script, why he decided to pick Low as the … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Daniel Bogran – “I was largely inspired by the challenge of trying to tell a complete story within a short amount of time”

Exclusive interview with Hongyu Li “Hank represents everyone who losses their voice in a relationship”

Hank Trailer from Neo Li on Vimeo. Hongyu Li’s fantastic film Hank stars Jason Stuart and tackles the subject of open relationships. This important film was recently nominated by Palm Springs Oscar Qualifying Film Festival. We got the opportunity to speak to this talented director about his work. After reluctantly agreeing to an open relationship, middle-aged gay man Hank starts a wild journey with a mysterious … Continue reading Exclusive interview with Hongyu Li “Hank represents everyone who losses their voice in a relationship”

Angus McDonald’s Manus Wins The Best Documentary Award At St Kilda Film Festival

Refugees and asylum seekers have been held captive under inhumane conditions on Manus Island in PNG for almost 6 years. The system is designed to be so brutal that asylum seekers are forced into despair and agree to go back home to whatever they have fled. Through his documentary Manus, Angus McDonald uses the first-hand testimonials of many of the island’s refugee residents, who share … Continue reading Angus McDonald’s Manus Wins The Best Documentary Award At St Kilda Film Festival

Eileen Byrne’s ‘Touch Me’ shares the emotional effects of breast cancer and will screen at Palm Springs and Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

Starring Kristin Suckow (Wechselspiel) and Max Bretschneider (100 Things)   Eileen Byrne’s eye-opening short film Touch Me shares a story of a cancer diagnosis, which affects both partners in a relationship. This topical film was a finalist at the 2018 Student Academy Awards and won numerous awards including Best Student Director at the 2019 European Cinematography Awards. Touch Me will now screen at Palm Springs International ShortFest and at Karlovy Vary … Continue reading Eileen Byrne’s ‘Touch Me’ shares the emotional effects of breast cancer and will screen at Palm Springs and Karlovy Vary International Film Festival