Two Strangers Who Meet Five Times is an eye-opening film that addresses racism and homelessness in London in 2018. Not only is this an award-winning film but also this film is eligible to be considered for a 2019 Academy Award. Film and Television Business had the pleasure of interviewing director Marcus Markou. Our interview consisted of a variety of questions such as what inspired him … Continue reading Interview With Director Marcus Markou: Racism creates a judgment on someone’s entire life based on their skin tone, it is ludicrous!
Growing up, we are taught that you shouldn’t judge someone or have a certain perception of someone even before you have had the chance to meet and communicate with them. This beautiful award-winning film by the talented director Mario Morin shows light of that and shows that in fact, sometimes we have more in common with people that we don’t know. You are introduced to … Continue reading Sacred Hair: An Important Topical Story
When was the last time you watched a film that made you feel at peace? Had you smiling from ear-to-ear HOURS after the film has finished? Film and Television Business has two words for you: Two Balloons! Two Balloons which was directed by the incredibly talented Mark Smith tells the most beautiful love story between two lemurs who will stop at nothing to be together, … Continue reading Two Balloons: The Ultimate Love Story
The award-winning film The Overcoat which was directed by Patrick Myles and produced by Kate Turner is based on the adaption of the short story written by the well-known Ukraine-born Russian writer Nikolai Gogol. The Overcoat tells a story about a man called Christopher Clobber who is a proofreader in a certain government department where he is hardly noticed by anyone. He is a man who … Continue reading The Overcoat: Perfect Adapation of Nikolai Gogol’s short story
Josza Anjembe’s latest short French (Le bleu blanc rouge de mes Cheveux) tells a very courageous tale about a Cameroonian teenager girl who resides in France with her family. Due to her passion for France and her inspirations of studying politics, she aspires for one thing: getting her French Nationality. But her decision to do so may jeopardize her close relationship with her father, who … Continue reading Josza Anjembe’s ‘French’ : An amazing film with an important message
Filmed during an actual solar eclipse and winner of a numerous amount of awards such as Most Popular Film at Rhode Island International Film Festival and Best Grand Jury Prize at Hollyshorts film festival, Souls of Totality is honestly a breath of fresh air. This film has every chance in the world to walk away with an Academy Award. Director Richard Raymond takes us on … Continue reading Souls of Totality: Breathtaking story about two souls coming together
When you experience some from of pain, especially from someone you love, forgiving them isn’t always easy. It is easier said than done, as you can’t forget the pain you endured and the wound that has been cut so deep doesn’t heal quickly. This is something that the brilliant Zwelethu Radebe focuses on his short film The Hangman. In The Hangman, Kheta is a prison … Continue reading The Hangman: A emotional tale about a turbulent relationship between a father and son