Adrianne Palicki, Rob Morrow and OSCAR winner Ben Proudfoot were among the stars attending the glitzy HollyShorts Film Festival Opening in Los Angeles

This year the HollyShorts red carpet was held just below the steps to the Dolby where the OSCAR’s are held each year, undoubtably the best spot to showcase the filmmaker’s and stars attending this premiere film festival’s opening night. A whole host of beautiful stars were in attendance including Lisette Olivera who stars in Disney’s brand new National Treasure, actress and model Adrianne Palicki, EMMY … Continue reading Adrianne Palicki, Rob Morrow and OSCAR winner Ben Proudfoot were among the stars attending the glitzy HollyShorts Film Festival Opening in Los Angeles

FILM REVIEW – Riz Ahmed and Aneil Karia’s Oscar Contender THE LONG GOODBYE “is haunting and thought provoking” 

The Long Goodbye is a short film that is very close to my heart, it really hit home. Riz Ahmed and Aniel Karia have collaborated to make this haunting 11 minute short. It follows the story of a British South Asian family that are getting their house ready for a wedding celebration. Suddenly, Riz’s character runs down the stairs says “it’s happening” as if what … Continue reading FILM REVIEW – Riz Ahmed and Aneil Karia’s Oscar Contender THE LONG GOODBYE “is haunting and thought provoking” 

Director Aneil Karia on his Oscar contender THE LONG GOODBYE starring Riz Ahmed “The film represents a real and tangible anxiety that lives in the back of our minds”

Writer/Director Aneil Karia and Writer/Actor Riz Ahmed’s THE LONG GOODBYE takes us on a journey that is both intimate and devastating. The 11-minute short film is an unflinching look at what may lie ahead for us in these increasingly intolerant times, and what is unfolding for minorities as we speak in many countries around the world. This live action short film has been blazing through … Continue reading Director Aneil Karia on his Oscar contender THE LONG GOODBYE starring Riz Ahmed “The film represents a real and tangible anxiety that lives in the back of our minds”