Dunya’s Day: An Oscar worthy short film from director Raed Alsemari

Whether it’s your birthday party, wedding reception or graduation celebration, you want your special day to be unforgettable. You want the best food, the most exquisite drinks, a wonderful dress and your friends and family around. Or at least if you’re Dunya, the leading character in “Dunya’s Day”. This latest work from first-time writer/director Raed…

The Confirmation: A must-see, eye-opening, beautiful and well-performed movie

“Everyone has the right to be who they are”. That’s how “The Confirmation” ends. While this should indeed be the case, that’s sadly not for everyone and especially not when you’re a transgender person. The problems and prejudices that transgender people face are now being brought back to our attention thanks to first time director…

Harbor: Honest, beautiful and emotional short film

HARBOR by Paul Marques Duarte – Trailer 2019 from Blue Hour Films on Vimeo. We all have those moments during which we think we have the biggest problems in the world. Whether it’s during an extremely important meeting, during an immensely busy rush hour or just during an emotional period with the family. However, most…

Debris: When a human life means almost nothing…

Looking for a job can be quite daunting, especially when the search doesn’t totally go as planned. You think that you have the right skills, competence, and attitude but still you can’t find anything. Imagine how hard it must be like for people who come from another country and who want to immigrate. Sadly, when…

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…