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1. My all-time favorite movie: If I were to choose only film, it would be: "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” by Milos Forman for its timeless message, charm, humour, amazing directing and acting.

2. Films that inspired me to become a filmmaker: I was seven when I watched the original version of...

1. My all-time favorite movie: De Tweeling, directed by Ben Sombogaart. An absolute masterpiece. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Film (The Netherlands, 2002). Outstanding orchestral score by Fons Merkies. His brilliant theme remains in my heart until this very moment. 

2. F...

1. My all-time favorite movie: The Professional but I also love the VHS version of Alice in Wonderland.

2. A film that inspired me to become a filmmaker: I saw a suspense thriller called High Tension and loved it.

3. Best movie I've seen in 2019: John Wick 3. I mean Keanu… swoon.

4. One actor and one...

1. My all-time favorite movie: Casablanca, followed by A Few Good Men - for different reasons. 

2. A film that inspired me to become a filmmaker: Buckaroo Banzai, directed by W.D. Richter. A cult classic, it was made on a very low budget starring unknown actors who would later make it very big. I've...

1. My all-time favorite movie: A Walk to Remember (dir. Adam Shankman). I watched it about 10 times, and it's still heartbreaking. I also loved 50 First Dates (writer: George Wing; director: Peter Segal). I think it's one of the best romantic comedies ever made. 

2. A film that i...

In "A Step Behind", Javier, the youngest of three brothers and son of a workaholic father, visits his parents’ house along with his wife to spend Christmas with the family. As the evening goes by, Javier is forced to revive some old conflicts with his father, bringing their relationship closer and...

April 18, 2019

The 5th annual Top Shorts nominations have just been announced, and over 200 films and screenplays are in the run for an annual award, in 45 categories overall. 

Here are the 33 films that earned most nominations this year. 

1. TONY

Director: Hugo Diego Garcia 

9 nominations

In 80's...

Brian McWha is a Vancouver based filmmaker who has started his filmmaking journey three years ago. Working his way up from production assistant and location manager to screenwriter & director, Brian treats every crew member equally ("No matter what the job title is, your job is crucial to the filmm...

Yulia Romanova is a UK based film producer and actress of Russian origin. She started her acting career at Pinewood Studios, UK, after which she became determined to start producing her own films.

She is now known for her award winning short film 'Gender' for which she won the Inspiring Woman in a F...

Paul D. Bestolarides is an independent filmmaker/freelance videographer currently teaching at San Joaquin Delta College.

Michael Thygesen is a cinematographer/freelance videographer currently teaching at Futures Explored Workshop.

After several successful collaborations, Paul and Michael decided to c...

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