Who Goes There? was shortlisted for a Student BAFTA Award this year, and its precise execution is a good reason why.
Projects like Alexandra Serio’s Tingle Monsters are a reason why Final Girls and other festivals that specifically give women and non-binary filmmakers a platform are so important.
For a short film, ‘Blood Oak’ from BCS Films brings the wintry horror, being a worthy entry into the small genre of upstate New York horror.
Filmmaker Izzy Lee continues to dazzle and provoke discussion with her politically-charged short film, ‘Re-Home,’ showing at this year’s Fantasia Fest.
The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.
Izzy Lee’s latest short film My Monster is just one more example of the filmmaker’s mastery of diverse types of storytelling.
There’s a short film called Gacha Gacha that deserves your attention and your money. Why should you care? I’ll tell you.