Tagged Short Films


Toronto International Film Festival

Starting out in 1976 as a collection of films from other festivals — a “festival of festivals” — the Toronto International Film Festival has become one of the most beloved cinematic events in the world, universally regarded as an ideal platform for filmmakers to launch their careers and to premiere their new work. The Festival…


‘Dances With Films XIX’ passion not politics

those in the know cherish Dances With Films September 14, 2016 Rating: “Dances With Films XIX”, continues to lead in the art of independent filmmaking. As this year’s logline states, DWF’s code of ethics actually reflects their long-standing dedication to preserving purity in independent filmmaking.  It is no wonder that those in the know cherish Dances With…


“Extinction” a world without Muslims

Imagine; yet another genocide attempt suffered. October 29, 2016 “Extinction”, the new  short film by Dylan Ramsey, takes place in a possible future where all Muslims in America have been exterminated.   Imagine; yet another genocide attempt suffered.   Only this time it appears to have been accomplished successfully. Again we are asked, “How can man…


LA film festival loaded with scary movies

Scary Movies this summer AXS ENTERTAINMENT / ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT / MOVIES July 19, 2013 Rating: The LA Film Festival, by Film Independent, was a huge success once again in 2013. This year’s entries were vastly different from last year’s. Last year was the year of great documentaries as well as wonderful narratives and shorts,…


The ‘Napa Valley Film Festival ‘ 2014

an extraordinary buffet of food wine and film AXS ENTERTAINMENT / ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT / MOVIES December 6, 2014 Rating: This year’s 4th annual “Napa Valley Film Festival”, which ran Nov 11-15, 2014, was a huge success. What could be a better setting for a stimulating Film Festival than the stunningly beautiful, world class wine…


‘OVO’ is a spooky science fiction short film

Short film entries AXS ENTERTAINMENT / ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT / MOVIES February 7, 2014 Rating: Ova, a Slamdance featured short, is the work of science fiction futurist Mahai Wilson. Part animation and all surreal, this narrative takes us to an abandoned ghost town of a planet seemingly just after it has been used for a…

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