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…

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…

A Storybook Ending: When real-life takes over from fiction

It wasn’t only the news of COVID-19 that ruled our news bulletins during the last few months. It was also the Black Lives Matters movement. Whether or not it was the inspiration for A Storybook Ending by writer/director Lanre Olabisi, his latest short film couldn’t be more relevant. One house. Two couples of which one doesn’t…