Despite a workforce in quarantine, Canada planted almost 700 million trees in 2020 – the most ever. With future forests under threat, a young woman journeys into the Canadian bush to endure a grueling and unconventional season of tree planting. Project Links Facebook News & Reviews “Planted in 2020: A Journey into the Environment”Toronto Film […]Short Film: PLANTED IN 2020, 18min., Canada, Documentary
This is a short film using film talent laid of during Covid, with no work I produced a short inspiring film to show and record how one community organised without state or Government support to help thousands get through the crisis and access food. Project Links Website Facebook Twitter Instagram News & Reviews https://www.eastlondonlines.co.uk/2020/10/feeding-lewishaShort Film: FEEDING LEWISHAM, 12min., UK, Documentary
Set in the near future, a rogue scientist fights to free advanced humanoids that she built. Project Links Website Facebook Instagram News & Reviews “Should Robots Be Granted Legal Personhood?”Short Film: SYNTH, 11min., USA
In a world where the wealthy can go for joyrides or outright steal the bodies of the young, one former victim, a young woman, raises an underground resistance to fight back. Project Links WebsiteShort Film: ROAM, 18min., USA
Title – Stationary (2019) Director – Louis Chan Cast – Aaron Thomas Ward, Rebekah Murrell, Xavien Russell Plot – Childhood friends Jimmy (Ward) and Che (Murrell) discuss their traumatic pasts and their unknown futures while Che’s younger brother Gino (Russell) plays a dangerous game with his life decisions. “You see me living on my knees?” […]Short Film Review – Stationary (2019)
Title – Candice (2017) Director – George Watson Cast – Nicholas Pinnock, Olivia Poulet Plot – On a walk back home through East London in the midst of a relationship breakdown, Candice (Poulet) runs into fellow apartment tenet Greg (Pinnock) who may offer her a chance of a fresh start. “You had a bad day?” […]Short Film Review – Candice (2017)
Most of the reviews were good to above avg. and i had almost an idea how this film is going to be. Many of them said that the 1st half was boring and slow with a lot of emotional songs and stuff like that. But for me, the first half was a brilliant set up […]The Great Father (2017)
This magical 7-minute animation short feature is written and directed by Taylor Meacham, of DreamWorks Animation, and it premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France in June 2020. lInspired by his Father, Meacham shares how an Adult has the precious opportunity to give a Child the ability to dream of their own […]To: Gerard (2020)
Around a year ago, I reviewed a short entitled Meet the Author and directed by actor Steve Blackwood (Days of Our Lives, In the Light of the Moon, Beyond the Mask). The comedy taking place in a library and introducing an unpopular author was a pleasant one to watch and revealed Blackwood’s talent at writing […]Short Film Review: “Stuck” (Steve Blackwood, 2020)
Tony is a strong, independent woman with a unique and striking look, but all that is in stark contrast with her position of her power balance between her and her old mom Denise. She is an opinionated, resolute and self-absorbed woman. She’s apparently independent, but when Tony is present, she expresses practical and emotional dependency.Her […]Short Film: A BROKEN WING, 11min., Israel, Drama/Family
Frustrated by the lack of opportunities for black people he had in France, Mickael has been living in the United States for the past 5 years. Proud of his success, he invited his little brother (Matthieu) to Chicago to convince him to try his luck here. Unfortunately, everything turns into a nightmare when they accidentally […]Short Film: AMERICAN DREAM, 19min., France, Drama
The experimental documentary shot on the ground by citizen-journalists during the Hong Kong protests of August 2019 to January 2020, it captured the conversations and words appeared during the Hong Kong Movement in 2019, from slogans chanted by the protestors to, speech by advocate, argument between local residents, to graffties on the wall. It tends […]Short Film: HONG KONG DIALOGUES, 40min., Hong Kong, Experimental Documentary
“The Bourne Identity” director Doug Liman turned around this lockdown relationship drama after a Covid-safe shoot in the fall.‘Locked Down’ Trailer: Hathaway, Ejiofor Pull Off a Quarantine Heist in HBO Max Film
Summer comes early this year thanks to Noé and his new, eight-minute film for the fashion house.Gaspar Noé Directs Charlotte Rampling in a Darkly Chic Short for Saint Laurent — Watch
Coca-Cola has always had some great ads, and this year’s Christmas video is no exception. Coca-Cola’s Christmas marketing campaign, called ‘The Letter’, asks consumers to “give something only you can give – yourself” this Christmas as it encourages people to be truly present with each other. (The U.S. version of the ad ends with the […]Coca-Cola’s Heartwarming 2020 Christmas Ad
Yorgos Lanthimos‘un filmlerinden birini bile izlemiş olanlar bilirler ki yönetmenin kurduğu ayrı bir atmosfer ayrı bir distopik dünya vardır. Lobster ve The Favorite filmlerini izlemiştim sadece ve bu hafta Mubi’ye gelen bu filmini de izleyim diyerek açtım. 10 dakikalık kısa bir sürede kendisinden gözlemlediğim o tarzını çok iyi yansıtmıştı. Yine geren ve duygusuz soğuk insanların […]Nimic (2019) İnceleme
My friend Antony sent me a link to this 6-minute long sci-fi film on You Tube. It is beautifully filmed; with some eye-popping visuals, and excellent special effects. I am sure all the photographers out there will appreciate it too. I recommend viewing it in ‘Full Screen’ mode.‘Clearwater’: A Short Science Fiction Film
A powerful new short dance film, soundtracked by Gil Scott-Heron’s “Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams),” featuring Jo’Artis “Big Mijo” Ratti protesting via Krumping within feet of the LAPD at a recent Black Lives Matter protest. Says Big Mijo, one of the founders of the South Central-born Krumping movement and a professional dancer for +10 […]Short Film: HOLD ON, 3min., USA, Dance
Desperate to find the man of her dreams, sweet and plain Ava tries a last ditch effort, speed dating. But the absurd cast of characters she encounters makes her wonder if being single is not so bad after all.
Connor, secretly in love with his best friend Rach, has gotten her an amazing birthday present – something that’s sure to knock her off her feet.
A LITERALLY uplifting short from Closer Productions.