Interview With Monique Sorgen – “While movie making is never easy, there’s also a magic that happens when you make a movie”

Monique Sorgen’s short film Sorry, Not Sorry, which was inspired by a poem written by the great William Carlos Williams’ “This is Just to Say” tells a hilarious and relatable tale about a couple, whose one-upmanship reaches unexpected heights! We had the absolute pleasure of talking to this brilliant director/writer/producer about the cast in the film, the positive things she experienced whilst making this short, … Continue reading Interview With Monique Sorgen – “While movie making is never easy, there’s also a magic that happens when you make a movie”

Hearth director Sophie B. Jacques “it’s been easier for men to get financing for their movie”

Have you ever wondered what might happen if you rented your house out for the weekend to complete strangers? Have you ever wanted to place cameras around the house or would you rather not know? Writer/Director Sophie B Jacques’ Hearth shares the story of a couple who seem to rent a house for a romantic weekend. We got the chance to talk to this very … Continue reading Hearth director Sophie B. Jacques “it’s been easier for men to get financing for their movie”

Director Monique Sorgen’s marital comedy Sorry, Not Sorry screening at Oscar Qualifying Cleveland International Film Festival 

Starring Wallace Langham (CSI, The Larry Sanders Show), Jessica Oyelowo (A United Kingdom, Alice In Wonderland) and M. Emmet Walsh (Blade Runner, Raising Arizona, Blood Simple). Director Monique Sorgen’s short Sorry, Not Sorry, which was inspired by William Carlos William’s 1934 poem This is Just to Say, tells a humorous and relatable tale about being in a couple. This entertaining short film has been selected for numerous high profile film … Continue reading Director Monique Sorgen’s marital comedy Sorry, Not Sorry screening at Oscar Qualifying Cleveland International Film Festival 

Daniel Bydlowski’s important film ‘Bullies’ opens at Cleveland this weekend

Almost every day we read a story of a young boy or girl who commit suicide due to bullying. What can be done to stop these young people ending their precious lives? Daniel Bydlowski suffered from bullying growing up and was helped by 1980’s films, he created a live action short film about bullying and we hope it literally saves lives.  If you are in … Continue reading Daniel Bydlowski’s important film ‘Bullies’ opens at Cleveland this weekend