Nan tries to have a little control over her uncontrollable circumstance. A picture is worth a thousand words, but to Nan, it’s worth so many more. An uplifting tale about hope, struggle, and a lasting image. Director’s Statement “Can You Take My Picture” was an idea I was quietly mulling[…]
An uneasy journey of love, ambition and control, THE SUBJECT charts a young artist’s struggle to create the perfect piece of portraiture. Choosing her partner as her muse, Sally learns the hard way that personal sacrifice can inspire great art. The more her relationship fractures, the closer she comes to[…]
Set late one evening in a Westminster bar, a journalist meets the no-nonsense Deputy Finance Minister for what begins as a simple interview. Tensions rise high in Patrick Walsh’s political thriller ‘Ostrich‘, where journalist Will Hewitt meets no-nonsense Deputy Finance Minister Pippa Thomas for what begins as a simple interview.[…]
While surprising his fiancé with a newly inherited property, a man is forced by a mysterious woman to confront his past behavior. Damage Control is a seldomly paced film with some wonderful little developments, in a contained, yet contingent situation. As we are lured in by the subtle tone, and[…]
Christina uses the immense noise from her collection of old CRT televisions to block out the voices in her head; until one day she has a power-cut which plunges her into the silence she’s always feared, where the voices have control. Director’s Statement I made this film to explore and[…]
When the Man discovers a chest with exquisite creatures peacefully sleeping inside it, his fascination begins to mix with the eternal desire for power lust and obsessive control.
“2BR02B: To Be or Naught To Be” is a short film inspired in the classic Kurt Vonnegut’s science fiction tale. This award winning film set in a dystopian future where population is strictly controlled tells the story of a father who waits for his children to be born. In a[…]
Sam’s day spirals out of control in a series of confrontations with her boss, family, friends and boyfriend – who bombard her with questions about her future that she’s not prepared to answer. There’s something majestic, celestial, and also totally normal about Avital Siegel’s depiction of a 22 year old’s[…]
in a future Britain where every family is restricted to one child, a rebellious teenager must learn to work with his father to keep a baby hidden from two agents dealing with population control.
Dario has been awake for 127 days. There is a presence in his house that haunts him: his baby boy. As his problems at work and in every other part of his life seem to grow and get out of control, his grasp on what’s real seems to fade, hallucinations[…]