Toronto based filmmaker Hanna Jovin’s narrative short “Erika” is set in 1940’s Nazi Occupied Bosnia, where an unlikely friendship forms between two young girls on opposite sides of the war. “Erika” screened at Toronto Lift-Off. We interviewed director Hanna to hear a little more about how this film came to be, and her path as a filmmaker. Interview by Sneh […]
Welsh-native New York Actress and Filmmaker Erin Richards’ narrative short “Hot Girl” follows Kara Quinn, a struggling actress desperate to be seen as anything other than a ‘hot girl.’ After deciding to impersonate Cara Delevingne in order to speak to one of Hollywood’s top agents, she realizes she may not be as powerless as she thinks. […]
British Filmmaker Stuart Birchall’s narrative short “APEX” explores the emergence of a higher life form, the convergence of intelligence and higher consciousness in the primordial void of infinite potential. A portal through which something greater has emerged. “APEX” will screen at Toronto Lift-Off on Wednesday 18th July at 8:45pm, as part of Shorts Programme 2. We […]
French-based Filmmaker Valentin Petit’s narrative short “The Noise of the Light” follows musicians Pablo and Marius, who make a disturbing discovery about their childhood friend Lou: she appears to be able to synthesise the light she is exposed to into sound . But as she soon becomes an instrument of their musical experiences, her gift turns into a […]
London-based Filmmaker Nathalie Biancheri’s short documentary “Xavier Corbero: Portrait of an Artist in Winter” reveals the first and last glimpse into the universe of iconic Spanish sculptor Xavier Corbero. A kaleidoscopic life and career that traversed a turbulent moment of Spanish history. “Xavier Corbero: Portrait of an Artist in Winter” will screen at New York Lift-Off on […]
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