Director Reinaldo Marcus Green highlights a story that we’ve all seen before, in films or in the news, and tells it in a completely unique way.
Leon Lee, director of HUMAN HARVEST (2014) and LETTER FROM MASANJIA (2018), offers three strong pointers for any would-be documentary filmmaker.
SOUTH EAST STORIES: NEW FILMMAKING TALENT showcases ten films from the next generation of filmmakers across the region. Concerning many topics, including religion and mental health, the main themes shared by all the short films are those of growing up or finding a place in society. One film that stood out was 4C, which tells the … Continue reading South East Stories: New Filmmaking Talent
Beautifully filmed, Bernadett Tuza-Ritter exposes a dark reality happening behind many closed doors in Hungary and around the world: modern day slavery. In the form of one woman’s story, she has transferred it to the big screen for everyone to see. A WOMAN CAPTURED is a shocking film to watch. It follows Marish as she … Continue reading A Woman Captured
Director Leon Lee and Yi Sun show audiences a hidden side of China in this insightful and inspiring documentary of one man’s journey towards freedom. LETTER FROM MASANJIA follows Yi Sun, a former prisoner of the brutal Masanjia labour camp. The collaboration of Lee and Sun aims to open the eyes of people around the … Continue reading Letter From Masanjia