July 2021 HollyShorts BiMonthly Screenings!

We’re a little over the halfway point of 2021, and there have been some amazing films shown during the HollyShorts screenings thus far. Thankfully, there’s no sign of stopping as this month’s contribution to the bi-monthly screening has another batch of incredible films to show off. With some truly talented creators at the helm, theseContinue reading “July 2021 HollyShorts BiMonthly Screenings!”

BixPix Pick Of The Week – To Catch A Fly

Sanne Kortooms’ wonderful short film To Catch A Fly is this week’s Pick Of The Week! This film is a wonderfully dark comedy that focuses on a protection job, as an older, bitter hired gun is tasked with protecting the daughter of a well known crime boss, taking refuge in what was noted as aContinue reading “BixPix Pick Of The Week – To Catch A Fly”

BitPix Pick Of The Week – Hatched

This week’s Pick of the Week is a wonderful film by Rachel Annette Helson, and written by Kimberlea Kressal. This tense drama focuses on grief, as one woman’s loss turns into a crusade. The powerful impact of this trauma leads Kay down the road of obsession, spending nearly all her time on the hunt forContinue reading “BitPix Pick Of The Week – Hatched”

June 2021 HollyShorts Bi-Monthly Screenings!

For the second time this month, HollyShorts and BitPix are proud to show some of the most interesting and well-made short films out there today. This group of films come from incredibly talented people, all bringing their own unique voices. These films are all available now on BitPix, and will be screening from June 24thContinue reading “June 2021 HollyShorts Bi-Monthly Screenings!”

HollyShorts Announces Dates For 17th Annual Film Festival

It’s an exciting time, as the much awaited announcement for the 17th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival has arrived! Given the difficulties of the past year, HollyShorts is pleased to say that this year’s short film exhibition will be the first of its kind for festival-goers, as last year’s virtual festival via BitPix makes it possibleContinue reading “HollyShorts Announces Dates For 17th Annual Film Festival”

BitPix Pick Of The Week – The Last Light

For this week’s Pick of The Week, we get the incredible film The Last Light. Released in 2017, this piece features the stellar work of Angelita Mendoza, who co-wrote the film with Victor Capiz, and also directed the film. Starring in this wonderful piece are Izabella Limon and Dante Montenegro Burgos, who really bring soContinue reading “BitPix Pick Of The Week – The Last Light”

BitPix Pick Of The Week – Marry F*ck Kill

This week’s BitPix Pick Of The Week is a fantastic short film that really bringing the mystery. In it we meet Dave Royce, whose life was just turned upside down after a very messy divorce. After that painful experience, Dave attempts to get back into the dating world. This leads him to Allison, a third-handContinue reading “BitPix Pick Of The Week – Marry F*ck Kill”

June 2021 HollyShorts Bi-Monthly Screenings

It’s that time once again, as HollyShorts and BitPix team up to show another slate of incredible short films from some inspiring creators. This screening has some very special projects, and it’s exciting to be able to share them with everyone involved, and those who love the medium. These films will be screening virtually fromContinue reading “June 2021 HollyShorts Bi-Monthly Screenings”

BitPix Pick Of The Week – Proof Of Loss

This week’s pick of the week is the incredible story of loss, mourning, and coming to terms with both a disaster and each other. After a devastating fire that not only ravaged her town but also took her family home, Beth heads back to where she grew up to help her father. As both ofContinue reading “BitPix Pick Of The Week – Proof Of Loss”

5 Questions With: Jason Cook

Today we unveil our 5 Questions With Jason Cook. Director and Writer of F*cking Ghosts which is now streaming on Bitpix. The short is a fake red band movie trailer about a young couple who move into a new house, only to discover that it’s haunted by horny ghosts. Tell us more about your film. Continue reading “5 Questions With: Jason Cook”