The Netflix movie Cargo is based on a 2013 short film in which a father must protect his infant daughter while maneuvering through a zombie apocalypse. An apocalypse brings out all the crazies. From blood thirsty flesh eaters to humans who are trying to survive by any means necessary. Cargo … [Read More]
“The Driving Seat” is a multi-awarded British short film featuring a long-married couple who’ve decided to rev up their sex life. In their driveway. In the front seat of their car. In the middle of the day. It’s hardly a surprise that Writer/Director Phil Lowe’s story is funny and quirky. … [Read More]
Faithful is a psychological thriller about a woman named Lauren who’s struggling in her relationship with a cheating husband. I often have the opportunity to review short films by aspiring Directors. By nature the budgets are minimal and the scripts spare. Still, the end result varies widely in terms of … [Read More]
Boys A friendship between two adolescent boys takes several abrupt turns one night, as the pair push boundaries and discover a new side of themselves. Forever Now After several years together, William and Cecilie break up. The same night, to treat the sorrow with love, they decide to do the … [Read More]
Blue Borsalino – When his first and only client wakes from a coma, a retired private investigator reveals a secret that has cast a shadow over his life for close to fifty years.
John Smistad shares another awesome 1 minute audio/video review, this time for the short film Gridlock the thriller Directed by Ian Hunt Duffy.
For my Audio Review of “Again” on the TMB YouTube channel please watch below:
There seems to be a wealth of Short Films on the movie market of late. And by all indications, their number only appears to be expanding exponentially. Some really good stories with substantial talent infusing them are given an opportunity to find an audience with economy of both scale and … [Read More]
An apocalyptic world. A devastated city. One last survivor. Edgar has learned to survive on his own avoiding contaminated areas by the “incident” which destroyed life as we knew it. But Edgar’s routine is suddenly disrupted by the discovery of a wall with graffitis by his bed. Just one word reveals the … [Read More]
Timecode Synopsis: In Timecode Nicolas Ricchini stars as Diego, he is also a dancer and choreographer and has collaborated with other choreographers, including the Akram Kha Company for the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony in London. Diego’s co-star Lali Ayguadé is also a dancer and choreographer, she has worked all over … [Read More]
Over presents a crime scene. During the course of 9 wide shots, told in reverse order, we witness an intriguing story unfold. What has happened in this quiet neighborhood? A murder, a hit-and-run, an accident? The reality is profound, and deeply unexpected. Over is the distinctly unorthodox dramatic recounting of … [Read More]
A divorced father picks up his eight year old daughter Lea. It seems pretty much like every second weekend, but after a while Lea can’t help feeling that something isn’t right. So begins a fateful journey. The Oscar-shortlisted German Short “Everything Will Be Okay (Alles wird gut)” touched me in … [Read More]