ShortFilm

Short Film: LATE NIGHT SWIM, 21min., USA, Drama

“Late Night Swim” is an introspective psychedelic narrative about a man sleepwalking through his days, until his vibrant ex-girlfriend appears in a dream, only to wake him up to life. Project Links  Facebook  Twitter  Instagram News & Reviews “Meet Collin Chute “Voyage Lahttp://voyagela.com/interview/meet-collin-chute-late-night-swim/

Short Film: LATE NIGHT SWIM, 21min., USA, Drama

Action

Spotlight: Names on the Wall

Director: Koura Linda Cast: Brendan Healy, Doan Nguyen Review Author: Tony Synopsis: Two soldiers from opposing sides of the Vietnam war are locked in combat. Both are reduced to fighting with their bare hands and distracted by their scuffle they fall unaware into a deep ditch. Exhausted and realizing that they can’t climb out of the pit, […]

Spotlight: Names on the Wall

Festivals&Academy

Oscar Nominated Shorts

Hello friends! Here’s something you may not know but I love watching shorts- especially groups of shorts. There’s something satisfying about watching a little morsel of storytelling whether it be animated, live action or documentary. The only problem is sometimes the Oscar nominated shorts can be tough to get a-hold of but this year they […]

[REVIEWS] Oscar Nominated Shorts
Documentary

Short Film: ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain

ERRAIAKThe scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century? These and many other questions are what the documentary Erraiak […]

Short Film: ERRAIAK (BOWELS). THE ECHO OF THE ANCESTORS, 31min., Spain
Festivals&Academy

3rd Abrenian Heritage Film Festival – Call for Entry 2021

The Abrenian Heritage Film Festival is accepting short films until April 30th, 2021. (Content must be interesting and based on reliable information, one that unites the Cordillerans, Ilocanos and Metro Manila communities).

3rd Abrenian Heritage Film Festival – Call for Entry 2021
ShortFilm

Short Film: LOOK WHAT YOU HAVE DONE! Switzerland, Thriller

Look what you have done ! (Regarde ce que tu as fait !) is a psychological thriller short film, featuring three actors playing in a No Exit mysterious atmosphere.​Look what you have done ! tells the story of a man, Jacob, who finds himself confronted with his heinous deeds. While Kendra, a psychologist, tries to […]

Short Film: LOOK WHAT YOU HAVE DONE!, 10min., Switzerland, Thriller
Festivals&Academy

Sundance Vlog 2021 Day 1 (Shorts, FLEE)

Hello from the Sundance Film Festival…inside my house! Yes this is my 5th time attending the festival, my first time as approved press. As can be expected they are doing an all virtual festival this year and it honestly has its pluses and minuses. Gone are the long lines (especially if you don’t have the […]

Sundance Vlog 2021 Day 1 (Shorts, FLEE)
Sci-Fi

Short Film: “This Time Away”

My friend Antony sent me this delightful short film, starring one of Britain’s foremost actors, Tim Spall. Set in the near future, Spall plays Nigel, a lonely and bitter widower. Retreating into a life of alcolholism, and determined to be alone, Nigel happens across a small robot that befriends him. With a short running time […]

Short Film: “This Time Away”
Documentary

Director Biography – Mani Mirsadeghi (IRAN’S WILD SIDE)

Mani Mirsadeghi is a marine biologist and documentary filmmaker who has made several films related to wildlife and environmental issues since 1993. He has traveled extensively, from Antarctica to the North Pole, has made documentaries from the underwater world of the Oman Sea to the wildlife of Africa and Siberia. His goal is to inspire […]

Director Biography – Mani Mirsadeghi (IRAN’S WILD SIDE)
Documentary

Short Film: PLANTED IN 2020, 18min., Canada, Documentary

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
Documentary

Short Film: FEEDING LEWISHAM, 12min., UK, 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-lewisha

Short Film: FEEDING LEWISHAM, 12min., UK, Documentary
Drama

Short Film Review – Stationary (2019)

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)
Drama

Short Film Review – Candice (2017)

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)
Animation

To: Gerard (2020)

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)
Comedy

Short Film Review: “Stuck” (Steve Blackwood, 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)
Drama

Short Film: A BROKEN WING, 11min., Israel, Drama/Family

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

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