Gemma and the Bear: We’ve All Been There, right?

In the past few years, there has been an explosion of binge watching, streaming services usage and internet celebrities. All of this has led to the rise of the web series. A web series can be anything from the thoughts of a teenager sitting in a bedroom with big dreams and a video camera to … More Gemma and the Bear: We’ve All Been There, right?

Actress Constance Ejuma Contemplates Life’s Big Questions in Ben & Ara

Life’s big questions are the subject of the indie film Ben & Ara, which will be screened on February 23rd at 8 p.m. as part of the Winter Film Awards Festival. Ben, played by Joseph Baird, is a doctoral philosophy student, stuck in a fog of uncertainty on all fronts: what’s the right topic for his thesis? … More Actress Constance Ejuma Contemplates Life’s Big Questions in Ben & Ara

Director Thais Francis Takes On Social Media in “Late Expectations”

Scrolling through picture-perfect Instagram shots inspired Thais Francis to write her first-ever film, Late Expectations, showing at Cinema Village on Saturday, February 20 at 4:30 p.m. as part of the 2016 Winter Film Festival (February 18 to 26 in New York City). In the short film, high school senior India seems to be living a … More Director Thais Francis Takes On Social Media in “Late Expectations”

Talking Trash With Dean Dempsey, Director of Candy Apple

If you like your New York served up grimy, and filled with an assortment of intense, oddball characters that are low on cash but high on ideas, you don’t want to miss Candy Apple, showing February 19th at 9:30 at Cinema Village as part of the 2016 Winter Film Awards,running Feb. 18th through 26th in New … More Talking Trash With Dean Dempsey, Director of Candy Apple

Director Natalie van den Dungen Tells How Being a New Girl Herself Inspired “Bunny New Girl”

It’s Annabelle’s first day at a new school in the short film, Bunny New Girl, screening on February 20th at 8 p.m. at Cinema Village as part of the Winter Film Awards Festival in New York City. That feeling of anxiety is something that anyone whose family moved when they were a kid can relate to, but for … More Director Natalie van den Dungen Tells How Being a New Girl Herself Inspired “Bunny New Girl”

Filmmaker Cinder Chou Tells How a Smelly Sweater Inspired “What Happened to Susan”

We live in a very complicated world, but sometimes it’s the little everyday things that can really drive you mad. For writer/director Cinder Chou, a fairly mundane annoyance became the inspiration for her first film, What Happened to Susan, screening on February 20th at 8 p.m. as part of the Winter Film Awards Festival in New York … More Filmmaker Cinder Chou Tells How a Smelly Sweater Inspired “What Happened to Susan”