HollyShorts 2022 Day 9 (August 19th) Highlights + Q & A With Jay Rosenblatt!

It’s almost time to say goodbye to the 18th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival, but we still have one more full day of incredible films, but not without one more full day of screenings! With the final day mostly dedicated to the awards ceremony, this will give us one last chance to see an entire dayContinue reading “HollyShorts 2022 Day 9 (August 19th) Highlights + Q & A With Jay Rosenblatt!”

HollyShorts 2022 Day 8 (August 18th) Highlights + Q & A With Chris McNabb!

We’re nearing the end of the festival, and as sad as that is, we still have many great films left to show off. There are more documentaries, romance and a spotlight on Latinx filmmakers on display today, with so many special projects getting a spotlight on the biggest stage in short films. The films belowContinue reading “HollyShorts 2022 Day 8 (August 18th) Highlights + Q & A With Chris McNabb!”

HollyShorts 2022 Day 7 (August 17th) Highlights + Q & A With Tim Georgeson!

We’re on to day 7, and still have so many wonderful films to screen during today’s slate. With Dark Comedies, Coming of Age stories and Web Series in store for today, there is a lot to enjoy. The following are a few of the highlights from today’s films, as well as an interview with oneContinue reading “HollyShorts 2022 Day 7 (August 17th) Highlights + Q & A With Tim Georgeson!”

HollyShorts 2022 Day 6 (August 16th) Highlight + Q & A With Rell Battle!

We’re just past the halfway point of the festival, but we still have so much more to show. With today’s events, we get some of the best in shorts from the realms of television, action and even student films! Below will be some of the highlights from today’s offerings, as well as an interview withContinue reading “HollyShorts 2022 Day 6 (August 16th) Highlight + Q & A With Rell Battle!”

HollyShorts 2022 Day 5 (August 15th) Highlights + Q & A With Tiffany Frances

We’ve made it to the halfway point of this year’s festival, but with so many films left to show off, we’re not even close to done just yet. Today’s schedule has some incredible projects, and so let’s not waste any time. Period Pieces, Documentaries, Music Videos and more are all on display here today, andContinue reading “HollyShorts 2022 Day 5 (August 15th) Highlights + Q & A With Tiffany Frances”

HollyShorts 2022 Closing Night (August 20th) + Q & A With Jan-David Bolt!

Sadly, it’s time for the 18th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival to come to a close. While this is mostly reserved for the awards ceremony, there is still one block of amazing films to cover! So all highlighted films will be from our final Midnight Madness block, as well as a quick interview with one ofContinue reading “HollyShorts 2022 Closing Night (August 20th) + Q & A With Jan-David Bolt!”

5 Questions With Tadeusz Lysiak

As the awards season approaches, the more notable films of the year start getting additional attention. One of those films that has been shortlisted for the upcoming Oscars is The Dress, an incredible film about a woman’s search for love amid loneliness and ridicule. We sat down with the film’s director, Tadeusz Lysiak, to speakContinue reading “5 Questions With Tadeusz Lysiak”

5 Questions With Maria Brendle

As we make our way towards the upcoming 94th Oscars, it seemed like a prime opportunity to take a look at a film that has been shortlisted for the approaching awards ceremony. An incredible film focused on a tough topic, Ala Kachuu (Take and Run) puts a spotlight on a terrifying practice, that of brideContinue reading “5 Questions With Maria Brendle”

5 Questions With Léo Berne & Raphaël Rodriguez

With awards season quickly approaching, now felt like a good time to have a conversation with one of the short films that ahs been put on the shortlist for the upcoming 94th Oscars! Directors of the incredible Censor Of Dreams, a film we covered recently in our spotlight of films from the Salaud Morrisset distributionContinue reading “5 Questions With Léo Berne & Raphaël Rodriguez”

5 Questions With Gaetano Naccarato

Filmed during the pandemic, filmmaker Gaetano Naccarato’s new film Farmer: A Way Of Life talks about the damage done to the planet by industrial farming, and what must be done to give back to the Earth and live more sustainably. Given the passion it takes to deliver such an incredible film at such a difficultContinue reading “5 Questions With Gaetano Naccarato”