Meeting MacGuffin

In under 10 minutes, the brilliance of Catya Plate is evident through her vivid and imaginative journey with her Award Winning Short Film – Meeting

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FACADES

Written and Directed by Gregory Alexander Foltynowicz, FACADES is an artistic, expressive, arthouse short film that explores the dynamic connections between self-awareness and relationships.  Specifically,

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INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR – VICTORIA BALTAG

BASED ON TRUE EVENTS, Baltag’s film deals with a time between 1949 and 1951 when, following the establishment of the Communist regime, all students were imprisoned and “re-educated”. The students were tortured or killed if they did not obey. The subject of the Pitesti Experiment was seldom discussed. Baltag’s film is the first feature film on this matter.

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THE QUIET SHORE

Mesmerizing from the film’s opening moments, Writer/Director Alex Ramirez tells a heartfelt story about an ALS-diagnosed artist and her husband who are facing growing marital problems while being aware of their diminishing time together.

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CHRIS ESPER

“TAKE2 INDIE REVIEW SITS DOWN WITH DIRECTOR – CHRIS ESPER …” – I was born and raised in New Jersey. I had grown up in Bayonne. When I was 14 years old, my family and I moved to Rhode Island, where we had family on my father’s side. I ended up going to high school and college there. Currently, I reside in Massachusetts.

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Yesteryear

With only a home movie projector, Director Chris Esper takes his audience back in time with his short documentary, YESTERYEAR.

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Farewell Waltz

Set in pre-WWII England, FAREWELL WALTZ is a beautiful and poetic piece of storytelling given to us by Writer/Director Kaine Levy. Levy pays tribute to the style of films from Hollywood’s Golden Age – with his short film about socially forbidden love.

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