Sonia K. Hadad’s Interview: “Stories that challenge humans in a particular situation are so fascinating to me.”

Sonia K. Hadad’s brilliant short film Exam focuses on a young woman who has to make a very important decision on the day of her exam, leading to unanticipated events that endanger her own life. We had the chance to speak with the incredibly talented female director about the short film which kept us all on the edge of our seats the entire time we … Continue reading Sonia K. Hadad’s Interview: “Stories that challenge humans in a particular situation are so fascinating to me.”

Lanre Olabisi’s film A Storybook Ending focuses on a black man who kills a white cop in self-defense

Starring Rotimi Paul (The First Purge), Carra Patterson (Straight Outta Compton), Sawandi Wilson (Isn’t It Romantic) and Toni Ann DeNoble (Manifest) Lanre Olabisi’s dark comedy, A Storybook Ending, focuses on a black man who accidentally kills a white cop in self-defense. This topical short which has already screened at the San Francisco Black Film Festival, the San Antonio Film Festival, and the Woods Hole Film … Continue reading Lanre Olabisi’s film A Storybook Ending focuses on a black man who kills a white cop in self-defense

Director Susan Rosenzweig “‘Baby Hers’ tells the tragic and true story of how we get milk: by stealing it from lactating mothers and kidnapping their babies”

We caught up with director Susan Rosenzweig to talk about her eye-opening documentary short BABY HERS. Thank you for sharing your important film, you have certainly opened our eyes to the cruelties of the milk industry.  What inspired you to make this film? I’ve always loved animals and wanted to help them. My dad taught me how to catch bugs in the house with a … Continue reading Director Susan Rosenzweig “‘Baby Hers’ tells the tragic and true story of how we get milk: by stealing it from lactating mothers and kidnapping their babies”

Interview with Director Roy Arwas: “This film was definitely personal.”

Roy Arwas’s short film Clarity which stars well-established actors Chris Browning and Brett Zimmerman, takes a look at a rocky relationship between a father and son but things take an unexpected turn when the son learns of his father’s mental health diagnosis. We had the chance to catch up with the brilliant director Roy to discuss his amazing yet relevant film. How are you doing … Continue reading Interview with Director Roy Arwas: “This film was definitely personal.”

Turf Nation Director Jun Bae “The BART show is born out of the dancers’ necessity to express and survive”

We caught up with dancer and director Jun Bae of the phenomenal and award winning documentary short film TURF NATION. Congratulations on your film Turf Nation, for those who haven’t seen the film please tell us a little bit about it. Turfing is an Oakland-born dance form that combines roots in gang culture with elements of tutting, gliding and bone breaking; Turf Nation follows street … Continue reading Turf Nation Director Jun Bae “The BART show is born out of the dancers’ necessity to express and survive”