UK RELEASE – Sean Cronin’s GIVE THEM WINGS starring Daniel Watson and Toyah Wilcox premieres in Leicester Square on July 28th ahead of its 1st of August Release

The film stars newcomer Daniel Watson as Paul Hodgson (Daniel took the Best Actor Award at ‘The Richard Harris International Film Festival’) for his incredible performance as disabled Paul Hodgson.  GIVE THEM WINGS also stars music legend Toyah Willcox (Quadrophenia, The Tempest), Bill Fellows (Broadchurch, Downton Abbey).   The film documents the true story of severely disabled football fan Paul Hodgson. The premiere is set later this month on the 28th of May … Continue reading UK RELEASE – Sean Cronin’s GIVE THEM WINGS starring Daniel Watson and Toyah Wilcox premieres in Leicester Square on July 28th ahead of its 1st of August Release

A live Q&A with cast and crew of Brian Lawes Live Action Short Oscar Contender LOST KINGS

We got the chance to enjoy a Q&A with the cast and crew of LOST KINGS, a live action short film by Brian Lawes which is a worthy Oscar contender. Read our recent review here Director Brian Lawes scores a nerve-wracking cinematic experience with this live-action short that explores the moment in a young boy’s life when a few ill-fated decisions made out of solemn duty to … Continue reading A live Q&A with cast and crew of Brian Lawes Live Action Short Oscar Contender LOST KINGS

Tadeusz Łysiak’s Film “The Dress” Discusses the Innate Desire for Intimacy

We were lucky enough to have Tadeusz Łysiak speak to us in regards to his film, The Dress. The film addresses the concept of intimacy through the lens of a young woman who is a short-statured individual. The way those around her treat her leads her to have a difficult time obtaining relational intimacy and dealing with her desire to be wanted. Łysiak provided wonderful … Continue reading Tadeusz Łysiak’s Film “The Dress” Discusses the Innate Desire for Intimacy

David Bartlett’s MOUSIE uses art as a weapon of hope to survive

No matter how old you are, losing your loved ones is one of the worst feelings. Whatever the reason is, it is always hard. However, when it happens at a young age, when you need the support of your parents the most, it can be way harder. Especially, if it is because of war, terror and persecution. Director David Bartlett and producer Will Poole came together for the second time (after their … Continue reading David Bartlett’s MOUSIE uses art as a weapon of hope to survive

Jerry Hoffmann and Stella Flicker’s Student Academy Award Nominated Film I AM questions public discourse on robot ethics

Robots are always one of the hot topics in this century. Technology is improving rapidly and people cannot help but wonder what the future holds. It is expected that robots will become a part of our everyday life, which raises some concerns. Writer Florens Huhn, director Jerry Hoffmann, producer Stella Flicker and photographer Lena Katharina Krause have come together for a second time (after their … Continue reading Jerry Hoffmann and Stella Flicker’s Student Academy Award Nominated Film I AM questions public discourse on robot ethics