Exclusive Interview with ‘My Other Suit Is Human’ director Andrew Montague

Director Andrew Montague’s Live-Action short My Other Suit Is Human focuses on a couple who struggle after losing their baby son. A film which touches on a heartbreaking loss that a lot of people in this world have experienced and has screened at many film festivals including the Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival, we spoke to Andrew about the importance of this film and why he … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with ‘My Other Suit Is Human’ director Andrew Montague

Exclusive Interview with ‘White Eye’ Director Tomer Shushan

Live-Action Short White Eye by director Tomer Shushan is not only a brilliant film but also an eye-opening film that addresses the topic of immigration. A film that is shot so beautifully, White Eye has won numerous amount of accolades including the Oscar-qualifying Awards at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival and the 2020 UrbanWorld Film Festival, Best Narrative Short Film Award at the Warsaw Jewish … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with ‘White Eye’ Director Tomer Shushan

Tomer Shushan Award-Winning Short White Eye – Review

Winning Oscar-qualifying Awards at South by Southwest and Urbanworld Film Festival, Writer-Director Tomer Shushan rethinks the principles of morality in White Eye; a short film following a man’s efforts to retrieve his stolen bike, now in possession of a stranger. An alumnus of the Minshar School of Arts film department, Shushan is best known for his shorts White Eye and Inside Shells earning screening at … Continue reading Tomer Shushan Award-Winning Short White Eye – Review

Jamil McGinnis & Pat Heywood’s short film Gramercy – Review

Depression is grief that silently suffocates its victims with a feeling of sorrow that’s challenging to communicate, hard to accept, and difficult for loved ones to comprehend. Directors Pat Heywood and Jamil McGinnis, give voice to the silent demon in Gramercy, a story following a young man battling depression, who returns to his hometown in New Jersy searching for meaning.  Easily hidden behind a forced … Continue reading Jamil McGinnis & Pat Heywood’s short film Gramercy – Review

Interview with director Poppy Gordon: “There’s something very brave about refusing to be tokenized for someone else’s agenda.”

We caught up with talented female director Poppy Gordon to speak about her film For Your Consideration. A film that bravely takes a snapshot of American culture and dares viewers to laugh and cringe at how it is manufactured has been doing very well on the film festival circuit, screening at Oscar-qualifying film festivals such as Rhode Island International Film Festival, Odense International Film Festival … Continue reading Interview with director Poppy Gordon: “There’s something very brave about refusing to be tokenized for someone else’s agenda.”