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The art of painting has had a long relationship with cinema, often serving as sources of inspiration and even becoming part of films themselves, with painterly sequences featuring in features like What Dreams May Come, Akira Ku...

 
 
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As indie filmmakers know, getting your passion project funded and shot can be a huge, almost impossible battle in itself. Then comes the obstacle of how moviegoers are going to see the final product.  Filmmaking couple, Ryan Ne...

 
 
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I love horror films. There’s nothing quite like a jump scare or the anticipation of seeing a ghost to get the heart and adrenaline pumping. I often struggle to find a really good horror film to watch, unfortunately, but one cou...

 
 
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Josza Anjembe’s French is inspired by true events and popular with film audiences, having received eleven audience awards among its unprecedented accolades. This exciting drama shares the plight of a young lady whose dream is t...

 
 
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Audrey L’Ebrellec, an actress, known for Elizabeth I (2017) as Mary, Queen of Scots has another interesting film project coming up. She told us what we need to know about the film and how did she manage to change her nati...

 
 
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Actor Alexander Bedria’s directorial debut The Zim, which he also wrote, took home the top prize when it recently premiered at LA Shorts International Film Festival. Almost 300 shorts were in contention for the award. The Zim i...