Interview with Inbar Horesh, Female Director of Birth Right

Inbar Horesh’s short film Birth Right is an important film that focuses on Jewish Identity. A film which won the Oscar-qualifying award at the 2020 Palm Springs ShortFest along with the 2020 Moulin d’Ande Award at Cinemed: Montpellier International Festival of Mediterranean Cinema, we spoke to Inbar on the importance of her film, her success,…

Joseph Ollman’s short film Bitter Sky – Review

Writer/ Director Joseph Ollman uncovers a splotch of hope in the darkest of situations in Bitter Sky. Bitter Sky is a short film that follows Nia, a troubled youth searching for an escape from her awful home life. Frequent physical confrontations with her school mates combined with abuse from her adopted father and a runaway…

Timo’s Winter: A young boy goes on an emotional rollercoaster

We’re heading towards the winter, and that’s always such a depressing moment. The days get shorter, the weather darker and apart from celebrating Christmas and New Year, there’s not much happening. Luckily, we have a family that gets us through those sombre times. Sadly, not everyone is that luckily, and certainly not the young Timo….

Andrew Montague’s short film My Other Suit Is Human – Review

My Other Suit Is Human follows the lives of a young couple coping with the death of their child. Written and directed by Award-winning Ireland native Andrew Paul Montague, and with former films, Offaly and Isle of Man earning him shortlisted nominations for the bursary awards and a pitch offer for the BFI at Aesthetica…

Charles Xiuzhi Dong’s AFTER CLASS is a symphonic masterpiece of film

After Class by Charles Xiuzhi Dong “There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots, the other, wings” -Hodding Carter Charles Xiuzhi Dong’s short film After Class is a symphonic masterpiece of film.  A virtuoso of film, he takes on an orchestral journey that hums with suspense and…

Exclusive Interview with Farbod Khoshtinat

Farbod Khoshtinat’s live-action short Two Little Boys which shares the story of a bullied boy who professes his love for a closeted bully. A film packed with high emotions and brilliant acting by a young cast, we are not surprised that this film is a finalist at Manhattan Shorts Film Festival and has screened at…

Lost Kings: A wonderful one-person performance by Dash Melrose

Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner. Many snacks in between. Yep, many of us are lucky enough to have plenty of food on the table. Sadly, not everyone is in that position. We’re remarkably reminded of that thanks to writer/director Brian Lawes (“Tempo”, “Home Again”) and his latest “Lost Kings”. This short movie is about Zuri (Dash Melrose),…