Soak 16 year old Yeonsoo Tak meets her mother who ran away, intent on convincing her to return home. However, as the night wears on, Yeonsoo realizes that her mother has hopes of her own, something that had never occurred to Yeonsoo. Stuck between her mother's new life plans and the pressures from her controlling … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Soak’ and ‘Sisters’ Short Film Review’s
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Olaf's first steps as he comes to life and searches for his identity in the snowy mountains outside Arendelle. Our short opens with Elsa singing 'Let it Go,' and she spins around and knocks Olaf down a hill, and now he is lost, and 'come alive.' We transition with him going around, trying to figure … Continue reading Once Upon a Snowman Review
A journey through cinema history is reimagined for the vertical screen in Damien Chazelle’s “The Stunt Double,” a short film Shot on iPhone 11 Pro. Watch the nine-minute short below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqiPZBZgW9c
Welcome to another edition of the Valero Verdict. In this, I will give you my thoughts about a film, what I did or didn't like, and I will give my overall rating of the movie. On the docket today, the short film, Freeze!. Take a listen to my interview with Director of Freeze!, Maya Albanese … Continue reading The Valero Verdict: Freeze!
Director: Jimmy Olsson Writer(s): Jimmy Olsson Cast: Eva Johansson, Madeleine Martin Synopsis: A disabled woman's assistant creates a Tinder for her. https://vimeo.com/379130643 Alive from Swedish filmmaker Jimmy Olsson (2nd Class) takes on the issue of the need and the want for intimacy for anyone. Victoria (Eva Johansson) is a disabled woman who has never felt … Continue reading Alive – Short Film – Review