Monthly Archives: June 2019

Director Biography – Niels Bourgonje (TURN IT AROUND)

Niels Bourgonje (1980) is an award winning short film and commercial director based in Amsterdam. Niels started out as an intern on the international feature film THE DEVILS DOUBLE which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He graduated with the … Continue reading

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Short Film: TURN IT AROUND, 9min., Netherlands, Romance

At a house party fifteen year old Bram is surrounded by friends and draws the attention of many pretty girls. But he has no interest in them. He has fallen hopelessly in love with the pretty boy on the dance … Continue reading

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Director Biography – Kaye Tuckerman (JOE)

Originally from Sydney, Australia, Kaye has carved a niche internationally as a sought after director, performer, and designer. Her performing career has seen her headline some of the worlds biggest stage productions. Highlights include: Les Miserables, The Boy From Oz, … Continue reading

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Short Film: JOE, 20min., USA, Romance

A newly hired barista meets the man of her dreams on the street and instinctively lies about what is paying the bills, but things turn awkward when she discovers his favorite coffee shop is also where she works. Project Links … Continue reading

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May 2019 Film/Story/Screenplay Winners

FilmFreeway exclusive Festival:     FAN FICTION TV SPEC: MASTER OF NONE, by Jackson ChowMay 2019 Winner LGBT BEST SCENE SCREENPLAY: THE IGUANA IN THE PARKING LOT, by Charles BaronMay 2019 Winner BEST SCENE SCREENPLAY: TRAGICALLY FAMOUS, by Lisa J. … Continue reading

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