BAFTA 2022 – Ross White and Tom Berkley’s ROY starring David Bradley is the glimmer of hope we all need

Roy follows the story of a lonely widower played by David Bradley (After Life) who is deprived of human interaction. He spends his days going through the phone book cold calling strangers in hopes to have a brief moment of companionship. We as humans thrive off interaction, meeting people on a daily basis whether it be a brief conversation whilst you buy a coffee or … Continue reading BAFTA 2022 – Ross White and Tom Berkley’s ROY starring David Bradley is the glimmer of hope we all need

SUNDANCE 2022 – WARSHA shares a story of a stoic and quiet man seeking to unleash his inner diva

The film will receive its World Premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival and will then screen at Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival. Writer/ Director Dania Bdeir’s Warsha is set in Lebanon, where construction workers are often underpaid, undocumented and overlooked Syrian immigrants. The film stars Khansa, a multi-disciplinary artist redefining Masculinity in the Middle East.  Warsha follows Mohammad, a Syrian migrant working as … Continue reading SUNDANCE 2022 – WARSHA shares a story of a stoic and quiet man seeking to unleash his inner diva

Vera Wagman’s autobiographical PETIT RAT shares a story that highlights the poignant and profound cross-section of family, history and the arts

“A brilliant film…a very personal story, and yet it finds its universality in the telling of it. PETIT RAT hits on so many different themes all at the same time, and in what is a relatively short piece of work, it’s kind of a seamless magical little piece of movie making.” – Jason Alexander The documentary short has been a hit on the festival circuit and has qualified … Continue reading Vera Wagman’s autobiographical PETIT RAT shares a story that highlights the poignant and profound cross-section of family, history and the arts

FILM BUSINESS talk to double Academy Award Winner Kim Magnusson and Director Nicolaj Kopernikus about their Oscar Worthy Short Film STENOFONEN

Starring Jesper Christensen (Casino Royale), Louis Næss- Schmidt (The Chestnut Man) Lars Ranthe (Another Round) Caspar Phillipson (Mission Impossible), Joachim Fjelstrup (Ride Upon the Storm) and Patrica Shumman (Ride Upon the Storm) STENOFONEN is based on the director Nicolaj Kopernikus’ father´s story and mostly takes place in the 1950´s when the father was just 12 years old. Kopernikus’ son Louis Næss- Schmidt plays the lead role … Continue reading FILM BUSINESS talk to double Academy Award Winner Kim Magnusson and Director Nicolaj Kopernikus about their Oscar Worthy Short Film STENOFONEN

Dale Resteghini’s Live-Action Short Film CRACKA – Review

Dale Resteghini, better known as Rage, is a music video director, film director and record producer. With his latest film Cracka, a present-day white supremacist is mysteriously transported back into an alternate past where African Americans rule the land and whites are enslaved. Sometimes people cannot understand or relate to a struggle or an injustice unless they’ve experienced it. This is whereCracka comes in. Dale Resteghini … Continue reading Dale Resteghini’s Live-Action Short Film CRACKA – Review