Films & Series

“The most honest form of filmmaking is to make a film for yourself.”
– PeterJackson

Destino

Destino

Destino, the old collaboration directed by Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney, brought to life 58 years after it was started,…

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Q&A with Chris Esper On The Pre-production Phase Of Filmmaking

Q&A with Chris Esper On The Pre-production Phase Of Filmmaking

Chris Esper is an American filmmaker who’s been making films since 2010, starting in college as a student filmmaker to…

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Inspired [Short Film Review]

Inspired [Short Film Review]

To paraphrase William Arthur Ward, one would say the greatest teachers are the ones who inspire us… This is certainly…

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‘Chyanti’ teaser trailer

‘Chyanti’ teaser trailer

Nepalese filmmaker Veemsen Lama’s next short film, Chyanti, is being edited to hopefully be released this summer and share this…

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LIFF: Short Films, Quick Reviews!

LIFF: Short Films, Quick Reviews!

I find cinemas some of the most peaceful places that exist. People are always so relaxed when they enter one, so…

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The iMom [Short Film Review]

The iMom [Short Film Review]

Albert Einstein once wrote… “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” From the way we meet…

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Upcoming short ‘Chyanti’ – filmmakers looking for backers!

Upcoming short ‘Chyanti’ – filmmakers looking for backers!

The Nepalese filmmaker’s new project takes place in the midst of the Maoist revolution, somewhere at the foot of the Himalayas in Nepal. It tells the story of Ram, a guerrilla fighter, a father and a husband, who does all it takes to offer a nice Dashain celebration to his family. Even if that means selling his 5-year-old daughter’s best friend, Chyanti – the beloved family goat …

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Dirty Books [Short Film Review]

Dirty Books [Short Film Review]

What a struggle for old-school and old-fashioned romantics, willing to live their lives following the pace of a good old…

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Here lies Joe [Short Film Review]

Here lies Joe [Short Film Review]

A feeling of imprisonment. Many people have it. Many people still live with it. It grows within them a bit…

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Final Hope

Final Hope

In the beautiful chaos of smoke threads leaping up, a ballet dancer offers some graceful and delicate moves, such as a…

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Total Performance [Short Film Review]

Total Performance [Short Film Review]

Who has never pretended to be someone else to help a friend? To help them prepare for what is generally…

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‘MAYA’ – FROM DoP ARRAN GREEN’S PERSPECTIVE

‘MAYA’ – FROM DoP ARRAN GREEN’S PERSPECTIVE

In the heart of Kathmandu, walking down the streets of the Nepalese capital and looking over the Himalayas there was…

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Veemsen Lama – From Battlefields To Red Carpets

Veemsen Lama – From Battlefields To Red Carpets

  From battlefields to red carpets… Saturday, 16th January. I’ve just arrived in front of Hackney Picture House, host of…

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A PICTURE OF US [Short Film Review]

A PICTURE OF US [Short Film Review]

Don’t lie! Valentine’s day will be here very soon now, and all the good old cheesy romantic comedies hidden in the…

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MAYA Photo book signed by Joanna Lumley (Online Auction)

MAYA Photo book signed by Joanna Lumley (Online Auction)

© Photo by Tom Cullingham (Sunset From The Summit, Lakuri Bhanjyang) Joanna Lumley has signed a photo book full of production…

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The Revenant [Film Review]

The Revenant [Film Review]

‘Love can move mountains‘, so the saying goes, but in The Revenant, this statement has never been more relevant… The latest film of…

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