Short Film Reviews
Short Film Reviews

SHELTERED

The human mind is a mysterious, fragile thing. It’s easy to erase the notion of how simple things seem on the surface, then plunge into

Short Film Reviews

QUIET! MOM’S WORKING!

As Agent Smith told Neo in The Matrix Reloaded, “appearances can be deceiving.” Quiet! Mom’s Working! is a hilarious short film that perfectly blends action

Short Film Reviews

CRAB DAY

A coming-of-age tale with its own adorable little twist, Crab Day is a part of the NFTS (National Film and Television School) Graduate Showcase 2023.

Short Film Reviews

JELLYFISH AND LOBSTER

When Grace (Flo Wilson) and Mido (Sayed Badreya) meet in a care home, their unlikely bond leads them down a path of self-discovery, thanks in

Feature Film Reviews
Feature Film Reviews

BIRD OF PARADISE

Fame is a recurring theme in Bird of Paradise, a dramatic thriller from writer/director Reza Amidi that focuses on an aspiring actress’ rise to stardom

Feature Film Reviews

THE NANNY

There’s no shortage of nanny’s who come over from abroad, drop down in a completely foreign environment and are left at the mercy of their

Feature Film Reviews

REMI MILLIGAN: LOST DIRECTOR

Remi Milligan, indie auteur, underground legend, and filmmaker, lost to time. Or was he? Should you choose to research his name, you’ll find a collection

Feature Film Reviews

PERENNIAL LIGHT

The avant-garde or experimental approach to filmmaking has always carried a somewhat dubious reputation. How much can one truly challenge conventions without sacrificing the story

Interviews
Interviews

MICHAEL MATSUI

Michael Matsui is a writer, director and editor from Northern California who has been making movies since the age of 11. Michael’s early passion for

Interviews

DIARMUID DONOHOE

Diarmuid ‘Derm’ Donohoe is a filmmaker and screenwriter whose work has spanned the course of two decades. Raised in 90’s Dublin, this multihyphenate has made

Interviews

JABAR BAINS

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Jabar Bains is an international teacher turned actor. With studies at the Toronto Academy for Film and Television and

Interviews

SCOTT TALBOT

Otis College of Art and Design graduate Scott Talbot, is a filmmaker who’s constantly evolving his style. Hailing from Portland, Maine, Scott is a firm

Oscar Qualifying Reviews
Oscar Qualifying Short Film Reviews

THE AFTER

Misan Harriman and David Oyelowo’s The After is no easy watch. It tears a life down without remorse, only to reconstruct it with grace and

Oscar Qualifying Short Film Reviews

RED, WHITE AND BLUE

In a country that prides itself on freedom, how can we stand by as women are forced to cross entire states for medical care? When

Oscar Qualifying Short Film Reviews

INVINCIBLE

Written and directed by Vincent René-Lortie, Invincible is a thirty-minute short film based around Marc-Antoine Bernier (Leokim Beaumier-Lepine), a childhood friend of René-Lortie’s. The events

Oscar Qualifying Short Film Reviews

THE WAKE

A shadow races into a thicket, swearing as it pedals frenetically. The winter daylight is fading into night and bare tree arms layer one another,

Dcoumentary Reviews
Documentary Reviews

JUST A BROADWAY BABY: MARY ELLEN ASHLEY

Ending its introductory segment with the fitting quote “There’s no business like show business,” Just A Broadway Baby: Mary Ellen Ashley is both an ode

Documentary Reviews

IS GAY MARRIAGE NEXT?

In life, it’s a dream come true when people encounter the role models who have heavily impacted their careers. Emily Clark, the director and producer

Documentary Reviews

FLEETING STRUCTURE

It’s hard to feel secure in a world whose natural elements are in a constant state of flux. Simultaneously affected and inspired by the Covid-19

Documentary Reviews

INTO THE SPOTLIGHT

Just how special can a musical be? Forget the bright lights of Broadway for a second as you are dropped into the heart of Dallas,