Jun Bae’s Turf Nation is an exciting and timely film

  Turfing is an Oakland-born dance form that combines roots in gang culture with elements of tutting, gliding and bone breaking; Turf Nation is a documentary directed by Jun Bae, a Tokyo-born Korean creative director, that follows the street dancers as they perform on BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) trains and try to weave their…

Exclusive Interview with Quiet Crossing Director Patrik Krivanek

Patrik Krivanek is a talented young Czech director whose film Quiet Crossing, which won the Best Film Award for the Micro Short Block section at Oxford International Short Film Festival, takes a look at three students desperately trying to get to safety as their political beliefs put them in danger. We had the chance to…

The Fall: No words, much tension

What do “A Quiet Place”, “Us”, and “The Boat” have in common? They put you on the edge of your seat with stunning cinematography and almost no dialogue. Now we can add “The Fall”, the short film from writer/director Jonathan Glazer (“Under the Skin”, “Birth”) to that list. Because his movie only lasts six minutes,…

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…