Query Director Sophie Kargman “You have to take chances on yourself”

We caught up with Director Sophie Kargman to talk about her fantastic short film Query, which has been selected for Tribeca Film Festival. Co-Writer/Director Sophie Kargman’s Query was selected to world premiere at this year’s recently postponed Oscar-qualifying Tribeca Film Festival, which is due to be shown online in the coming months to select audiences. The film questions…

TRIBECA – Query: The sunshine you need in moment of darkness

Having a best friend that you can share everything with is the most amazing feeling there is. Whether it’s having endless conversations about life, spending hours in the club, or just playing video games together, your time with him or her will always be unforgettable. Well, that also definitely the case for Jay and Alex…

Rachel Harrison Gordon’s Coming of Age drama ‘Broken Bird’ focuses on a biracial girl’s conflicting relationship with her culture and identity

Rachel Harrison Gordon’s Coming of Age drama Broken Bird focuses on a biracial girl’s conflicting relationship with her culture and identity Selected for SXSW Film Festival 2020  Starring Chad L. Coleman (The Wire) and Indigo Hubbard-Salk (Netflix Series She’s Gotta Have It) Broken Bird Teaser from Rachel Harrison Gordon on Vimeo. Rachel Harrison Gordon’s semi-autobiographical film Broken Bird focuses on a…

Nefta Football Club: A unique story with an unexpected twist

You might know him from his wonderful short film “Tempus fugit” that was released in 2001 but now writer/director Yves Piat is back with an even more delightful short movie. In his “Nefta Football Club”, he combines humour with darkness, playfulness with dangerous situations and the love-hate relationship between young brothers. The result? A wonderful,…

The nominees of the Gold Movie Awards are in – Discover them

On Friday the 13th of December, the nominations for the Gold Movie Awards were released at The Regent Street cinema. Together with actor William Moseley and actress Karen Bryson, the creators of the Gold Movie Awards, director Marco Recalchi and Irish actor and producer Jason Matthewson, announced the many nominees in more than twenty categories….

Brotherhood: Torn between war, family, and belief

Having a loving, caring and compassionate family is the best thing you can hope for. Whether it’s your parents who are always there for you or your siblings with whom you have a great time, being loved is such a great feeling. Sadly, due to unforeseen and unfortunate events, this isn’t as easy as it…

A Million Eyes Director Richard Raymond “A Million Eyes is an American set story, but I’m a British filmmaker”

We caught up with director Richard Raymond to talk about his latest film A Million Eyes. 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…