I m joined on this episode by Anna and Hillary Shakespeare who rejoin me, after we talked 2 years ago about their debut film Soundtrack to Sixteen. We are joined by actor Johnny Lucas who...

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British filmmaker Sam Plommer joins me to talk about his film “Plastic Boy”, which centres itself on the lead a character, Sam (played by Plommer) who spends his days bored at his job and has...

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The difficulties and setbacks independent artists face when it comes to revenue, recognition and more were exacerbated by the pandemic last year.  Today, Fan Pass Live is making it easier for artists and stars to...

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40-Love is written by comic veterans Michael Buechler and Fred Wolf (who also directed the film). It follows 22-year-old statistics whiz, Beek (Williams), as he sets out on a cross-country road trip to New York...

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Julio Martino is no stranger to film. Brought up in the environment of a film rental shop owned by his father, he always had an interest in the genre. He built on this and focussed...

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Marshall Cook is the writer and director of the Indie Favorite FILM FEST. FILM FEST premiered at the AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL and is now available on Amazon and iTunes!FILM FEST is a fun look behind...

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I chat with filmmaker Tomer Shushan about his  film short ‘White Eye’which has been nominated for an Oscar 2021 Tomer Shushan’s Live-Action Short White Eye shares the harsh realities of undocumented immigrants on the run....

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Natasha is excited to travel to Israel to participate in a trip encouraging young diaspora Jews to immigrate there. When she manages to catch the attention of Shlomi, a handsome combat soldier, things turn ugly....

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Alejandra Jenni is a filmmaker, director and actress with an impressive resume working across theatre and film. For this interview, we talk about her short film “Wert” (Worth) which highlights and breaks the stigma barrier...

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I chat with filmmaker Pier-Philippe Chevigny about his latest film short, which is currently under consideration for an Oscar 2021 nomination. The film is very poignant and without spoiling it, focusses on the refugees who...

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