Lorenz Wunderle’s award-winning animation Coyote selected for LA Film Festival

Director Lorenz Wunderle and Producer Ramon Schoch’s animated short Coyote shares the sad story of a coyote that loses his family. This wonderful animation has been making quite a mark in the film world, winning numerous high profile film accolades and will now play at LA Film Festival. A coyote loses his wife and children from an attack of wolfs. Anguished from human emotions he’s trying to … Continue reading Lorenz Wunderle’s award-winning animation Coyote selected for LA Film Festival

Barnaby Blackburn’s Wale takes home the Oscar-qualifying Best Short award at BronzeLens in Atlanta and Grand Jury Prize at Dances With Films in Los Angeles

Writer/Director Barnaby Blackburn’s Wale tackles the issues of social injustice and racial discrimination. This award-winning psychological thriller has been selected for several Oscar and BAFTA qualifying film festivals since its completion earlier this year and took home the top prizes at BronzeLens and Dances with Films, qualifying the film for the 2019 Academy Awards. The film stars newcomer Raphel Famotibe and Game of Thrones star James Sives. Wale is … Continue reading Barnaby Blackburn’s Wale takes home the Oscar-qualifying Best Short award at BronzeLens in Atlanta and Grand Jury Prize at Dances With Films in Los Angeles

Tribeca Short Film Favourite, Time Traveller, Tells Touching and Uplifting Father-Son Story

Award-winning Irish short film has garnered international critical acclaim, screening at over 20 film festivals and winning an Oscar®-qualifying award Time Traveller, the award-winning Screen Ireland-supported short film about the unyielding bond between a young Traveller boy and his father, continues to make an indelible mark on the international stage. Written and directed by Steve Kenny and produced by Collie McCarthy, Time Traveller has achieved incredible success on … Continue reading Tribeca Short Film Favourite, Time Traveller, Tells Touching and Uplifting Father-Son Story

Cyris Aris’ Lebanese comedy short The President’s Visit takes home the Oscar-qualifying award at Nashville Film Festival

The President’s Visit takes a farcical look at impressing the powerful by any means necessary. Director Cyris Aris’ little film has been making quite a mark on the film world, having been selected for over 50 high profile film festivals around the world and talking home the Grand Jury Prize at Nashville Film Festival. The President’s Visit to the tiny seaside factory of the Sultan of Soap becomes … Continue reading Cyris Aris’ Lebanese comedy short The President’s Visit takes home the Oscar-qualifying award at Nashville Film Festival

Charles Williams’ film All These Creatures selected for Toronto International Film Festival

Director Charles Williams’ Palme d’Or winning film All These Creatures shares the important story of a family dealing with mental illness and a son trying to understand it, This topical film won the Oscar-qualifying Cannes Film Festival, only the third Australian film in history to take the prize, as well as the Oscar-qualifying Melbourne International Film Festival and is continuing its successful festival run with North … Continue reading Charles Williams’ film All These Creatures selected for Toronto International Film Festival

Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s heart wrenching film Mother wins nearly 95 high profile film awards and the top prize at the Goya Awards

Director Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s Mother (Madre) shares the story of a young boy who gets separated from his mother.  This intense tale has won numerous outstanding awards at festivals around the world, including the Goya Award for Best Fiction Short Film. The live action short stars one of Spain’s most popular actresses Marta Nieto. While at home in her apartment with her own mother in Spain, a woman gets … Continue reading Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s heart wrenching film Mother wins nearly 95 high profile film awards and the top prize at the Goya Awards

Erblin Nushi’s true story ‘Bini’ is a finalist at the Student Academy Awards

Erblin Nushi’s heart-wrenching story Bini shares the story of a young boy whose family is sent to a refugee camp during the 1999 Kosovar War, this film is based on the true story of the director, who lived this nightmare himself as a child. This gripping tale is one out of only eight finalists at the Student Academy Awards and Erblin is the only undergraduate amongst all … Continue reading Erblin Nushi’s true story ‘Bini’ is a finalist at the Student Academy Awards