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TFF 2016 Review: After Spring

TFF 2016 Review: After Spring

The worldwide refugee crisis has displaced a record 60 million people from their homes — the most since the end of World War II. Syria’s civil war alone is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Half the country’s pre-war population — more than 11 million people — have been killed or forced to flee

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Mark Kemble (Director – ‘Bad Hurt’)

A testament to the power of love, Bad Hurt chronicles a family’s hopeful battle to stay together as personal demons and destructive secrets threaten to rip them apart. Elaine Kendall, a determined Staten Island, NY housewife, fights to keep her family together in the face of growing chaos.  A once passionate love affair with her

2015 Slamdance Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Ryan Wise (Director – ‘I Am Thor’)

Jon Mikl Thor always wanted to be a superhero. At school he would wear a Superman outfit underneath his clothes and at recess have kids throw bricks at his head. Shortly after the wounds healed he got into bodybuilding and went on to win numerous titles including Mr. Canada and Mr. USA all before his

2015 Slamdance Filmmaker Profile: Ale Paschoalini (Co Writer/Director: Asco)

It all begins with a denial. A love that cannot be. Choked by his broken heart, a man tries to find the voice of peace in order to go on. Uses the distance to observe and learn the new life of his ex-companion. Collects information about the female that filled his being with darkness. Starts

Our Picks For Best Films of the Year

Top 10 Films of 2014

We’re not quite sure how to look at 2014, the year in film.  Though it has featured some well made and well-intentioned films, something about the year as a whole has felt a bit empty.  Perhaps this is a good thing as there are no clear award front runners (as of yet), and it is

Interview: Brannigan Carter (Director) – ‘RUN’: a Werewolf Short Film

‘RUN’ chronicles the beginnings of a new breed of werewolf film; one where tradition and myth is thrown out the window and nothing but raw, pure beast remains. This short aims to reinvigorate the werewolf film genre in a heart- stopping way. Writer/action director/cinematographer Brannigan Carter says: “I wrote RUN on a whim to just try one single

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