The life story of legendary fashion designer Michael Braun, best known for making flamboyant stage clothing for pop culture icons as diverse as rock stars like Jimi Hendrix to wrestlers like Hulk Hogan and ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. This is our review of Made as Art: The Michael Braun Story.
Prolific filmmaker Philip Brocklehurst is back with another experimental short film, combining erotica, gel lighting expressionism, and torture porn. This is our review of Feel.
After getting fired, young single mum Beth finds herself living in her car and struggling to hide her homelessness from her estranged brother Ben. Here is Screen Critix Review of director Leena Pendharkar and writer Vivian Kerr’s ‘Scrap’.
A middle-aged man dolls himself up like John Travolta and spends his Tuesday after work painting the town red. Here is our review of the micro-short comedy film Tuesday Night Fever.
As a child, Catherine endured years of sexual abuse at the hands of her father and grew up to develop a Dissociative Identity Disorder. During regular therapy sessions with her psychologist Anna, she is offered help and guidance to face her past and regain control from Angelina, a character who assumes control of her behavior, […]
A man finds himself lost in the empty streets on the other end of sleep. At first, he is alone but he is soon faced with a hostile entity who appears familiar despite hiding behind a mask. Here is our review of singer, songwriter and film director Martin Del Carpio’s short film I, Dreaming.