• Come Outside

    Written and directed by Sheldon Woodson, ‘Come Outside’ is a feature length science fiction drama that stars Sheldon Woodson, Vanessa Dehesa-Woodson, Vernvan Hinson and others.   Set in a suburban town, the film finds the protagonists Shell and Vane […]

    Nov 4, 2022

    We do not know for sure if the project signed by C. J. Miles was inspired by the recent social and political context, but certainly, the message it conveys comes as a kind of oasis of tranquillity in the […]

    Mar 29, 2022
  • Veneer

    Dominic Willis has been pretty lucky during the COVID-19 pandemic. He still has his lovely suburban home, a nice sports car, and a hefty truck. He didn’t lose his job like millions of other Americans, and he only had […]

    Jan 5, 2021
  • 600 Horses

    ‘600 Horses‘ is a music video that will surely please rap amateurs as well as experimental film moviegoers. Dante Rapper’s music, whose lyrics take on many elements from the sphere of the underground universe, becomes with the help of director […]

    Jul 27, 2019
  • Rakib Erick – Mediocre Frequency

    It is very possible that the music video ‘Mediocre Frequency‘ (ft. Esha, Farrah, Fraan & Mason) proposes a fairly familiar scenario to many spectators. But this is precisely the special aura of this musical-narrative experiment. By adopting a backdrop […]

    Dec 28, 2018
  • Dunt, Kent & Wolf

    When we hear about detective films, we generally expect to interact with complex, difficult characters with delicate existential crises. But we often forget that in world cinema there are also some special characters such as Ace Ventura or Johnny […]

    Dec 27, 2018
  • The Lost Sole

    If you are looking for a light yet atypical film about love that overcomes any obstacle, then the short animation ‘The Lost Sole‘ is the right choice. By adopting a fairly predictable, happy-ending scenario, director Sunny Clarke creates a […]

    Nov 11, 2018
  • Almost Grownups Episode 2

    Some people never grow up. Or maybe immaturity is a natural consequence of the middle age crisis. Anyway, beyond these debatable generalizations, it is certain that for comedy films of all time, one of the funniest typologies ever is […]

    Aug 22, 2018
  • The Joy Block

    Even though music regarded as a universal language that transgresses borders, cultures or ethnicities has become a cliché, its applicability continues to be a striking reality. Far from being a rigid short documentary addressed only to musicians or to […]

    Mar 3, 2018
  • Don’t Look, I’m Dying

    The theme of drug addiction is so popular that it has become a challenge for any director who is interested in this abyssal side of the individual. More precisely, due to countless cinematic references based on this subject, filmmakers […]

    Feb 21, 2018
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