Ben Tricklebank’s Oscar Worthy film CHAMP is a masterpiece in directing

In the age of social media, we find words like toxic, as well as me too being used more and more. The treatment of women has always been topical, however we now find ourselves asking what affect this has on men. Toxic masculinity seems to be on the rise and it is almost glorified on social media as an example young men should lead by. … Continue reading Ben Tricklebank’s Oscar Worthy film CHAMP is a masterpiece in directing

Oscar Nominee Marianne Farley on her latest film FRIMAS “As a woman, I am particularly interested in protecting women’s rights”

We talk to the talented Oscar Nominated Director Marianne Farley about her timely film FRIMAS. The film shares the story of a women who feels forced to get a back street abortion, well in this case a lorry, in a country where abortion is banned. Sadly. this is something which 1000’s of women in Texas face today. This film is under Oscar consideration and we … Continue reading Oscar Nominee Marianne Farley on her latest film FRIMAS “As a woman, I am particularly interested in protecting women’s rights”

Murad Abu Eisheh’s TALA’VISION Wins the Student Academy Award 

Winner of the Gold Student Academy Award and the first Arab film to win in the fiction category The Director Murad Abu Eisheh was inspired to write TALA’VISION after he came across an article about ISIS banning televisions in Syria 2014. The film highlights Tala’s struggle trying to live her childhood in a war zone. This heart wrenching film won the Gold Student Academy Award, qualifying … Continue reading Murad Abu Eisheh’s TALA’VISION Wins the Student Academy Award 

David Bartlett’s MOUSIE uses art as a weapon of hope to survive

No matter how old you are, losing your loved ones is one of the worst feelings. Whatever the reason is, it is always hard. However, when it happens at a young age, when you need the support of your parents the most, it can be way harder. Especially, if it is because of war, terror and persecution. Director David Bartlett and producer Will Poole came together for the second time (after their … Continue reading David Bartlett’s MOUSIE uses art as a weapon of hope to survive

Erica Eng’s AMERICANIZED is a timely story of an American Chinese high -schooler seeking to belong

Socializing and sense of belonging is what every human looks for. Since childhood people interact with others and try to fit in a group with similar interests, visions, goals or ideas. However, when your background and the way you are raised clashes this can be quite challenging. People tend to become friends with people who are similar to them; therefore, when you have a mixed … Continue reading Erica Eng’s AMERICANIZED is a timely story of an American Chinese high -schooler seeking to belong