Only the few are blessed with raw, unabashed talent that seeps through them at every given opportunity. Even fewer than that have the ability to exercise this talent, placed in position of economic and social advantage, to be able to share this talent with the world. Though when a gift is so evident, little can be done to silence it’s power, such is the story … Continue reading FILM REVIEW – Richard Raymond’s A Million Eyes “Poeticism defined in a short film”
If you own a TV, smartphone or have any access to global news then there’s no doubt you’re aware of the current US Mexico border crisis. This is where director Julio O. Ramos positions his story in the film Debris, with trafficked migrant workers in America allocated to the construction of family homes. Site boss Armando is responsible for his workers and when one of … Continue reading FILM REVIEW – Debris – A raw and powerful glimpse into the US migrant crisis
A Glimpse 2019 Trailer from Rebecca Harris on Vimeo. A Glimpse tells the story of a woman who decides to take a leap in life after meeting a mysterious stranger. This film stars the Oscar-winning Rachel Shenton and Chris Overton (The Silent Child). A Glimpse will be receiving its world premiere at Raindance Film Festival 2019. A busy Londoner’s life is side-tracked when an encounter with a spontaneous stranger … Continue reading Tom Turner’s A Glimpse starring Oscar winners Rachel Shenton and Chris Overton receives its world premiere at Raindance Film Festival
A Million Eyes shares the story of a young photographer, grappling with his mother’s alcoholism, who sets out to capture his own truth. The film introduces 13-year-old Elijah M. Cooper in his debut film role. Having only wrapped production this summer the film is already receiving rave reviews and won an Honorable Mention Award at Hollyshorts in the US and is selected for the upcoming Raindance Film Festival in the UK. Emmy Award-winning … Continue reading Director Richard Raymond’s A MILLION EYES starring Joe Morton and Katie Lowes wins at the Oscar-qualifying Hollyshorts and is selected for Raindance Film Festival
Hank Trailer from Neo Li on Vimeo. Hongyu Li’s fantastic film Hank stars Jason Stuart and tackles the subject of open relationships. This important film was recently nominated by Palm Springs Oscar Qualifying Film Festival. We got the opportunity to speak to this talented director about his work. After reluctantly agreeing to an open relationship, middle-aged gay man Hank starts a wild journey with a mysterious … Continue reading Exclusive interview with Hongyu Li “Hank represents everyone who losses their voice in a relationship”
Once in a while you come across a film which is pure magic, when you watch it you are glued to the screen, you can’t stop smiling and as soon as it ends – you want to watch it again! Two Balloons is one of those films and judging by the amount of Oscar-qualifying film festivals that have selected this animated short, we are not … Continue reading Two Balloons is a magical gem of a film!
Hold Me Down depicts a day in the life of a 19-year-old single mother who works as a stripper at an illegal nightclub to support her child in the South Bronx. It is filmed in the locations where the events depicted actually occurred; in the Mott Haven Housing Projects and in an actual brothel, and features a cast of non-actors / women survivors of sexual exploitation and domestic … Continue reading ‘Hold Me Down’ Director Niclas Gillis “a person born into poverty in America is less likely to make it out of poverty by adulthood than in almost any other developed nation”