PAUSE is most certainly deserving of the awards it has won, and perhaps others, for its impeccable representation of a story that we as an audience often assume and take for granted.
The SHORTS TO FEAR collection is compiled of four works, each with their own style, and all more twisted and unsettling than the last.
MUSE had the audience still and silent throughout, as all members were focused on the familiarity of the tale of a haunted artist, creative challenges and unrequited love. Lydia Lowe reviews at CFF.
BEAUTIFUL BOY is a compelling film about the difficulty addicts face in becoming clean, and the lengths a parent will go to for their child, writes Lydia Lowe.
Canadian feature-film, ROOBHA highlights the difficulties faced not only of being transgender, but of being transgender within a conservative culture. Living in a Tamil community, ROOBHA (Amrit Sandhu) is a transgendered woman who is shunned and rejected by her family and who has to fight for her way of life. Things begin to improve for … Continue reading Roobha
Based on the book, O DUGMETU I SREĆI by Jasminka Petrović, ZLOGONJE (THE WITCH HUNTERS) picked up the Young People’s Jury Award in Toronto for Best Feature Film (Ages 8-10) at its world premiere and deserves to do just as well here in the UK. Not only is THE WITCH HUNTERS a wonderful family film … Continue reading The Witch Hunters (Zlogonje)
YOU GO TO MY HEAD is a thrilling tale of lies and longing that will have you overcome by the end, writes Lydia Lowe at Cambridge Film Festival.
SHORTS…TO ANIMATE is an innovative combination which will leave you stunned, writes Lydia Lowe at Cambridge Film Festival.