LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED?
“Love Is All You Need?” tells a story of bullying in today’s society with a spin… in their movie homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is considered disgusting. By shifting the roles their film really hits home to everyone what it feels like to bullied and dehumanized.
This short was directed by Kim Rocco and definitely addresses important issues we face in our world today. It’s an honest and shocking look at issues people face everyday and shouldn’t. The original premise is a fantastic way to reverse things and show a different perspective on the effects of bullying on children. Production is set to start this fall on the feature length version of Love is All You Need.
You can check out the trailer below along with a look behind the scenes.
Check out loveisallyouneedthemovie.com for more.
Here is the first short film from ENSPIRE STUDIO. Who doesn’t love slow motion bullet dodges and incredible visuals?
THE EX AND THE WHY
This feature comedy was shot for £250 with Jon Bradley serving as a one man crew. Definitely not an easy task.
“This is the story of the socially inept Jeff, and his desperate attempt to reclaim a borrowed Lord of the Rings DVD from his brother’s ex, immediately after the breakup. Unfolding in real time, Jeff must contend with the manipulative, passive-aggresive Morgan in order to save his day.”
This short was created using footage from more than 50 films. The plan is to make a feature film version of this short and you can check out director Fabrice Mathieu’s Vimeo page here.
ZEWDU THE STREET CHILD
“Zewdu is a street child that sells chewing gums and sleeps under a car in the city of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. One day a foreign tourist gives him by mistake a larger amount of money then the one he was asking for, he decides to spend that money to go back to the village where his father lives, but a different destiny is abut to unveil.” (Vimeo)
THE MUSIC BED
Here is a royalty free movie site for any project seeking the right track.
KIDS MADE THE HOBBIT!?
Caught this trailer on BLASTR the other day. These kids really put a lot into their adaptation of The Hobbit.
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