Monthly Archives: July 2017

Film Review: PUMPKIN, 15min., USA, Romance/Drama

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Played at the February 2017 ROMANCE Film Festival PUMPKIN, 15min., USA, Romance/Drama Directed by Paula Neves Alice’s best friend, Dan, lives in another country. When he gives her the bad news about his disease, Alice…

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Film Review: FOUR DAY WEEKEND, 20min, USA, Romance/Drama

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Played at the February 2017 ROMANCE Film Festival FOUR DAY WEEKEND, 20min, USA, Romance/Drama Directed by Nicole Jones A middle-aged couple, married for twenty-three years, takes a four-day break from each other and the aftermath…

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Film Review: SUNDAY AFTER, 3min. Canada, Romance/Experimental

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Played at the February 2017 ROMANCE Film Festival SUNDAY AFTER, 3min. Canada, Romance/Experimental Directed by Nathalie Cusson What to do on a Sunday afternoon? There are many ways to spend spare time; The one depicted…

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Film Review: INDIGO, 19min, Sweden, Romance/Drama

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Played at the February 2017 ROMANCE Film Festival INDIGO, 19min, Sweden, Romance/Drama Directed by Paul Jerndal Two young, lost souls in New York City share a common struggle – they are stuck in lives they…

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Film Review: RUN FREE, 8min, Netherlands, Romance/War

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Played at the February 2017 ROMANCE Film Festival RUN FREE, 8min, Netherlands, Romance/War Directed by Raynor Arkenbout Escaping his execution at the hands of Nazi Soldiers, a rebelious Dutch teenager writes a brutally honest love…

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Film Review: CHARITY CASE, 3min, UK, Romance/Comedy

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Played at the February 2017 ROMANCE Film Festival CHARITY CASE, 3min, UK, Romance/Comedy Directed by Sam Tibi A young man’s attempt to show a beautiful girl his charitable nature backfires… Review by Kierston Drier ┬áThis…

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Inside The Chaos: 5 Rules for Your Short Film

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We’ve all heard it before – your short film is a calling card for your work in your industry. A highlight reel of your best work. Many of us come out of school having made…

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