Angela Dixon “I want to see women who are not just painted play things”

We caught up with Angela Dixon to talk about her latest film ‘Never Let Go’. Award winning actress Angela Dixon, (Offensive, Dead End), stars in the high-octane international action-thriller Never Let Go, which is now set for a DVD and VOD US release on 22nd August, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Howard J. Ford (The Dead, The Dead…

‘The Fare’ Director Santiago Paladines “Filmmaking is art form that is inherently shaped by limitation”

We caught up with the talented director Santiago Paladines, whose film The Fare is currently showing at Hollyshorts Film Festival in Los Angeles. Director and writer Santiago Palandines’s affecting drama, The Fare, has been selected to screen at the Academy Award qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival in August. Starring Johnny Ortiz (American Crime) and newcomer Noemi Pedraza, the film tackles the subject of human…

FILM – Aldo Iuliano’s award winning film ‘Penalty’ receives west coast theatrical release 

Aldo Iuliano’s award winning film ‘Penalty’ receives west coast theatrical release Aldo Iuliano’s award winning drama Penalty has been making waves in the film world, as this wonderful film has received nearly thirty awards and has been selected for five Academy qualifying Film Festivals. Now, this exciting film will open in theatres in Los Angeles. Penalty shares the story of a group…

Interview with Director Eyal Resh

Just Celebrity Magazine was lucky enough to talk to  Eyal Resh about his short film Boys, cinematography, LGBTQ-films and his future plans. JC: The topic of your short film Boys can be seen as controversial, this creates the risk of your film being received ‘negatively’, why did you decide to create this film anyway? For…

Interview with Director Ian Hunt Duffy

Just Celebrity was lucky enough to get an interview with Gridlock’s  director  Ian Hunt Duffy, who’s film has been selected as ‘short of the week’ JC: What inspired the story behind Gridlock, and how did you come up with the twist ending? I love high-concept thrillers that are set in a single location and I always wanted…

FILM REVIEW – Pilgrimage: A medieval thriller with an Irish twist

Just like every year, the programme of the Edinburgh International Film Festival is very diverse. From short movies directed by first-time directors, to long features from some acclaimed producers, but also from movies about music and friendship to psychologic thrillers. Despite the fact that they’re unique in their own way, they have one thing in…