Breakups are never easy, especially when it’s a marriage. Sadly divorce is still such an ugly word in our culture, with plenty of shame attached to it.
Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Before/During/After”
As someone who loves one location films, I was very excited to have the opportunity to watch Louis Chan’s short film Stationary, which is filmed almost entirely in a parked car.
Continue reading “Stationary review & interview with filmmaker Louis Chan”
Perpetual loneliness is often explored in storytelling, and we’re no stranger to post-apocalyptic films like I Am Legend, 28 Days Later and How I Live Now.
Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Go/Don’t Go”
The UK lockdown has been difficult for many of us, with some finding it difficult to navigate life amid a global pandemic. With businesses closing and people adjusting to life at home, it hasn’t been easy for everyone.
Continue reading “Cereal review & interview with filmmaker Anna Mayers”
Hello and welcome to the new and improved Short Film Saturdays!
From now on, I’m going to be including interviews alongside my usual reviews, in an effort to provide further insight into the projects I discuss on this column.
Continue reading “Autumn Never Dies review & interview with filmmaker Andy McEwan”
This week’s short film review comes from Lebanese filmmaker Nour Wazzi who is known for her work on Oscar-nominated Waste Land.
Continue reading “Short Film Saturdays: Baby Mine”
Rating: ★★★★ 1/2
The Tell Tale Heart is probably the most unique entry I’ve had into my Short Film Saturdays column, because the story is told entirely through song and from one perspective.
Continue reading “Short Film Saturdays: The Tell Tale Heart”
The Body is the latest short film by Australian filmmaker Adam Weber. I’ve reviewed one of his films previously, taking a look at The First Date two years ago.
Continue reading “Short Film Saturdays: The Body”