Take Care [Djamel Turner, UK, 2020]
Oozing with atmosphere, Take Care gives a fine example of the exciting promise of young filmmakers, whilst still falling foul of many of the errors that are typically ironed out through experience. Positively dripping with angst, the short packs a nostalgic punch, but this often plays second fiddle to a sense of emotional immaturity. When our young adult male lead, Magnus (played by director/actor/producer Djamel Turner), goes for a night out on the town, his drink-addled min
Maya [Richard Fysh, UK, 2020]
Whilst dreams can provide a comforting, sugar-coated realm of escapism, so too, through their tendency toward self-deception...
Bodies [Tegan Clancy, Australia, 2018]
Our relationships with our bodies are complex and often contradictory, simultaneously sources of great empowerment...
In the Deep See [Brian D. Greene, USA/Costa Rica, 2020]
This breathtaking immersive adventure marries the awe and wonder of a National Geographic featurette, with the intimacy and personal touch..
Rain Man Parody [Richard Ruisi, Germany, 2018]
Despite what the name suggests, Rain Man Parody (from Dragonfly-FX Entertainment) falls some way between a reimagining and a re-enactment...