A Million Eyes: When a picture says more than a 1000 words

A picture. Whether it’s one of your birthday, marriage, parents, childhood, friends or just from something totally different, it always tells a very personal story. It’s just like making a movie. Director Richard Raymond (“Souls of Totality”, “Desert Dancer”) decided to combine both photos and movie by making a film about photography. “A Million Eyes”…

Krow’s TRANSformation: Exteremly emotional, important and honest documentary

It’s the most difficult “exercise” in the world: Being truly yourself without caring about what society will think of you. It’s even more difficult when you’re a transgender. That’s exactly what first time filmmaker Gina Hole Lazarowich wants to tell you with her “Krow’s TRANSformation”. Together with Krow, born as Kian, she wants to make…

Quadruple Oscar-qualifying animation ‘Guaxuma’

Nara Normande’s beautiful animated short Guaxuma shares the story of a blossoming childhood friendship that is cut short. This award-winning film mixes several animation techniques all connected to sand and has won prizes at SXSW, Palm Springs, Hamptons, Cinequest, selected at TIFF, Annecy, LA Shorts. Tayra and I grew up on a beach in the northeast of Brazil….

Tritan Loraine on Everybody Flies “The Government works to protect the aerospace industry, rather than protect the public health”

Through his latest documentary Everybody Flies, former Airline Captain Tristan Loraine uncovers the facts about the air we breathe on commercial aircraft. This eye-opening film will receive its world premiere in September at the prestigious Raindance Film Festival. Everybody Flies (2019) discloses the never-before-seen documentation, scientific facts, and personal testimonies relating to the controversial issue of cabin air quality. With more than 18 years…

Following a win at the Oscar-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival, Nicolas Greinacher’s Muslim LGBT drama Ayaneh receives theatrical relea

After premiering on opening night and winning an award in Rhode Island before playing at Hollyshorts, Nicolas Greinacher’s topical film Ayaneh will be released in Los Angeles this week. This important film shares the story of a Muslim girl (Afsaneh Dehrouyeh) who, after embarking on a romance with a Swiss girl, rebels against the constraints of her family and…