OSCAR SHORT FILM REVIEW – REMEMBERING takes us back to days gone by when imagination was wild and untamed

A film review by Jamie Richardson REMEMBERING is an eight-minute AR (Augmented reality) short film that can be seen on Disney+. This beautiful film stars newcomer Dusty Peak and shares a story of how a child’s imagination can be lost when we become adults. The film also stars Academy Award winner Brie Larson who lights up the screen as the writer in this wonderful piece. Director … Continue reading OSCAR SHORT FILM REVIEW – REMEMBERING takes us back to days gone by when imagination was wild and untamed

OSCAR SHORT FILM REVIEW – IVALU “Captivating Story That Will Leave A Lump In Your Throat”

A film review by Jamie Richardson Director Anders Walter has made Ivalu into an emotional and tragic suspense thriller, the journey of a young innocent and naïve Greenland girl searching desperately for her sister Ivalu. The film has been given a further dramatic edge with Rasmus Heise’s superb cinematography. The camera focuses on the Greenland landscape, the icy hills and the fjords. The contrast between the vivid colours … Continue reading OSCAR SHORT FILM REVIEW – IVALU “Captivating Story That Will Leave A Lump In Your Throat”

Oscar Qualifying ENJOY: The Delicate Issue Of Mental Well Being

A film review by Jamie Richardson Mental well-being is a sensitive and difficult topic that filmmakers are exploring a lot more. Saul Abraham’s short film Enjoy, is a wonderful perspective on depression, while it doesn’t provide any solution or remedy to the medical condition, it does highlight that a glimmer can come from unlikely sources. The film is produced in the genre of a dark … Continue reading Oscar Qualifying ENJOY: The Delicate Issue Of Mental Well Being

OSCAR SHORT FILM REVIEW: LAIKA & NEMO – Friendship can make the world a brighter place

A film review by Jamie Richardson Writer Jan Gadermann who co-directs with Sebastian Gadow took the theme of a good person being bullied and mocked and blended it into a stop-motion animation movie. The result is true brilliance at its best.  True to form the stop motion movie is silent with occasional vocal noise; what stood out the most was the story is told largely … Continue reading OSCAR SHORT FILM REVIEW: LAIKA & NEMO – Friendship can make the world a brighter place

2023 OSCAR PREDICTIONS – Film Business early predictions for the live-action shortlist

Every year we predict the OSCAR live action shortlist and over the years we have been pretty accurate. Here are our 2022 predictions for the films we think will make the list on December 21st. NORTH STAR directed by PJ Palmer. Starring Emmy winner Colman Domingo, Malcolm Gets, Audrey Wasielewski, Kevin Bacon and Laura Innes. Executive produced by Andrew Carlberg and Colman Domingo. A rural … Continue reading 2023 OSCAR PREDICTIONS – Film Business early predictions for the live-action shortlist