Interview with Pier-Philippe Chevigny, Director of Rebel

In his film Rebel, Pier-Philippe Chevigny takes a lucid and poignant look at the extreme right-wing groups that emerged in Quebec in response to the migration crisis of 2017. We spoke to the director Pier-Philippe Chevigny about the film, it’s politics and his future projects. What inspired you to become so interested in political issues?…

3 Feet : A joy-inducing film capturing an adventurous day with Gonzalo, a ten-year-old boy attempting to keep his shoes clean despite his love for football challenging his intentions

3 Feet is a joy-inducing film capturing an adventurous day with Gonzalo, a ten-year-old boy attempting to keep his shoes clean despite his love for football challenging his intentions. An excellent combination of live-action and animation adds to the film’s whimsy and childlike amusement. Director Giselle Geney pulls audiences back in time to once again…

A Million Eyes Director Richard Raymond “A Million Eyes is an American set story, but I’m a British filmmaker”

We caught up with director Richard Raymond to talk about his latest film A Million Eyes. A Million Eyes shares the story of a young photographer, grappling with his mother’s alcoholism, who sets out to capture his own truth. The film introduces 13-year-old Elijah M. Cooper in his debut film role. Having only wrapped production this summer the film is already receiving rave reviews and…

Tony Germinario’s award-winning film ‘The Price for Silence’ stars iconic actor Richard Thomas, Emrhys Cooper and Lynn Mancinelli

The Price For Silence tackles many important subjects that should be talked about, but it isn’t just the acting that make you fall in love with this film.  Actors Emrhys Cooper and Lynn Mancinelli particularly stand out, so it’s no surprise they are winning acting awards at important film festivals. The director Tony Germinario should be commended for…

Widows: Viola Davis Excels in this Female Driven Masterful Action Thriller

And we’re off! Until the 21st of October, London will welcome long feature films, short movies, documentary, etc. and each film’s cast and crew during the BFI London Film Festival. It’s already the 62nd edition of the annual film festival and more than 225 features have been selected. However, there can only be one opening…

2nd class: Fight hate with love

Black, White, Mixed Race,  British, Chinese and Italian. While nationality, race or ethnicity aren’t a problem for most of us, some people are still considering others as inferior or filthy and aren’t afraid of using verbal and even physical violence. That’s what the newest 2nd class movie (Void, Ceasar) is about. Jimmy Olsson’s latest short…

 FILM – Vika Evdokimenko’s BAFTA nominated film ‘Aamir’ spotlights refugee children

Female director Vika Evdokimenko’s Aamir is based on a true story of an unaccompanied child living in the Calais ‘Jungle’ refugee camp, where part of the film was shot. This topical film stars second generation immigrant Alan Asaad (Unforgotten) and has just been nominated for a BAFTA for Best British Short Film. This wonderful film will be screening in the coming weeks at the…

FILM REVIEW – Game: A wonderful story about accomplishing your dreams

GAME – Trailer from Jeannie Donohoe on Vimeo. The Raindance Film Festival opened this year with Oh Lucy!, an American-Japanese co-production from director Atsuko Hirayanagi (you can read our interview with her here). It was the first full length movie that was screened; however, it wasn’t the first film of the festival. Right before Oh…