OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – The Silent Echo: A remote and barren village with the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas is the idyllic setting to have courage and live the dream 

To dream and to immerse oneself in that moment requires no money, no setting and definitely no hard work, it just needs the power of imagination, there are no boundaries no limits to how far and beyond you can go. there are no boundaries no limits to how far and beyond you can go The difference is converting that dream into reality, that is a … Continue reading OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – The Silent Echo: A remote and barren village with the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas is the idyllic setting to have courage and live the dream 

OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – The Ocean Duck: Inspired by Rumi’s thirteenth century epic poem the Masnavi

Huda Razzak produced and directed The Ocean Duck and has very successfully unravelled a particular point in the extensive Islamic theological works of the ‘Masnavi,’ Joining the old with the present is a well worked formula that Huda in the form of a very simple and refreshing animation has brought to life for the viewing pleasure of all ages. The Ocean Duck and has very … Continue reading OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – The Ocean Duck: Inspired by Rumi’s thirteenth century epic poem the Masnavi

OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – Burros: Stark reality of human migration and its many pitfalls

Human migration whatever the cause whether due to duress, catastrophe, war or force is an event in that person’s life that only they can feel, they have reached a point in life that there is nowhere to go but away, far, far, away. Tragic and overwhelming what makes a person up stake and leave everything they have for a ‘better life or to just escape.’ … Continue reading OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – Burros: Stark reality of human migration and its many pitfalls

OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – Stranger at the Gate: A deeply soul-searching film that is excellent viewing and humbling to the extreme

The documentary short is a complete surprise and refreshingly so in how it begins out, how the story is narrated and how it ends. My naivety and pre-judging got one over on me and the age-old saying ‘Never judge a book by its cover,’ most definitely, is one hundred percent correct. Documentaries by their very nature look at real events to provide a factual report on … Continue reading OSCAR SHORTS FILM REVIEW – Stranger at the Gate: A deeply soul-searching film that is excellent viewing and humbling to the extreme