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….

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),…

S.A.M. Unexpected love is in the air

No matter how different we all are, what we love, and what goals we want to achieve in the future, we want the same thing. Being loved by someone with who we can spend our days. Sam is no different but sadly, he’s been treated differently because he has Down-syndrome. Finding love and declaring your…

Query Director Sophie Kargman “You have to take chances on yourself”

We caught up with Director Sophie Kargman to talk about her fantastic short film Query, which has been selected for Tribeca Film Festival. Co-Writer/Director Sophie Kargman’s Query was selected to world premiere at this year’s recently postponed Oscar-qualifying Tribeca Film Festival, which is due to be shown online in the coming months to select audiences. The film questions…

TRIBECA – Query: The sunshine you need in moment of darkness

Having a best friend that you can share everything with is the most amazing feeling there is. Whether it’s having endless conversations about life, spending hours in the club, or just playing video games together, your time with him or her will always be unforgettable. Well, that also definitely the case for Jay and Alex…

Brotherhood: Torn between war, family, and belief

Having a loving, caring and compassionate family is the best thing you can hope for. Whether it’s your parents who are always there for you or your siblings with whom you have a great time, being loved is such a great feeling. Sadly, due to unforeseen and unfortunate events, this isn’t as easy as it…

Exclusive interview with the award winning Director Richard Prendergast

We recently reviewed the live action short film Sylvia, which is currently Under Oscar Consideration.  Here is a snippet of how much we love the film: After been awarded numerous accolades such as ‘Best Film’ at The American Pavilion at Cannes, ‘Best Actress’ at the New Renaissance Film Festival, the ‘Jury Award for Best of…

Sylvia: An incredibly emotional and moving socially important film

If you’re going on a road trip, you’re always in for a great time. Music blasting out of the speakers, you, your friends and family having amazing moments and just becoming one with the world for once. Not everyone is that lucky. Just ask Mandy, the lead character in the debut film from writer/director Richard…