Jahmil Eady’s live-action short film Heartland shares a story of a woman who tries to make and save memories of her grandfather. This brilliant film, which is AudPop’s Women’s Film Challenge 1st Place Winner, received its World premiere at the Oscar-qualifying Santa Barbara International Film Festival, screened at Indy Shorts International Film Festival: Heartland Film where it won an 2021 Audience Choice Award and it … Continue reading Heartland Wins Audience Choice Award at Oscar qualifying Indy Shorts Film Fest!
Péter Engelmann’s short film Triangle focuses on three strangers whose relationship with each other is defined by 36 questions. This powerful sci-fi pseudo-documentary drama screened at The Shortest Nights Film Festival (Short Sighted Cinema), it has been shortlisted for the 2021 BAFTA Student Film Award and was nominated for Best UK Short Fiction Award at the 2021 Barnes Film Festival. Triangle will be having its North American and International premiere at … Continue reading Triangle focuses on a psychological experiment between 3 strangers with an unexpected twist
We had the absolute pleasure to speak to Jordan Anstatt, the talented director of the short film Max is Bleeding which shares a tragic story of domestic violence. A topic which is very crucial, we spoke to Jordan about his film; asking why it is was very important for him to tell this story, the location of the film, the cast and what messages he … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Jordan Anstatt: Director of Max is Bleeding
Jordan Anstatt’s live action short film Max is Bleeding shares the story of a woman desperately trying to escape her abusive partner. This topical film will be screening at the Oscar qualifying Palm Springs International ShortFest this month. Courtney and her boyfriend bring their dog, Max, to the vet to treat a strange wound. Courtney passes off a note to the receptionist claiming her boyfriend is holding … Continue reading Jordan Anstatt’s short film Max is Bleeding shares a tragic story of domestic violence
Elahe Esmaili’s short film The Doll focuses on a family and a community whose perspectives differ regarding a 14 year old’s marriage. This documentary short received its World Premiere at Oscar-qualifying Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival 2021 where it won the Best International Short Documentary Award, an Oscar-qualifying Award. After consulting with his relatives, a 35-year-old father consents to the marriage of his 14-year-old … Continue reading THE DOLL Wins Top Prize at 2021 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival