'Escaping Stars' – Interview with Laëtitia Herbain

‘Escaping Stars’ – Interview with Laëtitia Herbain

Laëtitia Herbain’s short, ‘Escaping Stars‘, tells a story of a girl, whose world falls apart, sinks into madness and lost into herself into an imaginary world, when her lover left her. 
'Jonah' – Interview with Michael Maschina

‘Jonah’ – Interview with Michael Maschina

Michael Maschina short film, ‘Jonah‘, tells a story of two women in two different timelines – in 2015 and in 1943, evoking the fable of ‘Jonah and the Whale‘: a story which is common to both the Jewish and the Islamic culture.
'JC' – Interview with Matt Boatright-Simon

‘JC’ – Interview with Matt Boatright-Simon

Loyalty, honor and sacrifice are the main themes of Matt Boatright-Simon’s short film ‘JC‘, based on William Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar‘, using documentary footage, narrative photography and cutting-edge organic visual effects.
'Stella Erratica' – Interview with Ben Barton

‘Stella Erratica’ – Interview with Ben Barton

An interview with analogue director Ben Barton, who makes handmade films on super-8 cine film, about his latest project which was funded by the late David Bowie.
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24° 51’ North Latitude - Interview with Carlos Lenin

24° 51’ North Latitude – Interview with Carlos Lenin

24° 51’ North Latitude by Carlos Lenin is a short film from this year’s Short Film Corner at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Here’s a short Q&A with the director. What is your film about? It’s the story about a migrant who’s trying to return to his town: the home of his most sweet memories....
(Lakkeha) Stains - Interview with Sara Koozehchian

(Lakkeha) Stains – Interview with Sara Koozehchian

Stains is an Iranian short film directed by Sara Koozehchian, represented in the Short Film Corner this year, at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. We asked some questions from her during the shor tiflm Q&A, here are her answers. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Stains, is the...
The Last Show - Interview with Roberto Flores

The Last Show – Interview with Roberto Flores

The Last Show is a short film from Peru, represented in the Short Film Corner of the 69th Cannes Film Festival this year, directed by Roberto Flores. We asked a couple of questions from the director, here are his answers. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? ¨The...
Vera's Gift (Podarok Very) - Interview with Fernando Vallejo

Vera’s Gift (Podarok Very) – Interview with Fernando Vallejo

Vera’s Gift (Podarok Very) is a short film from the Short Film Corner of the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director, Fernando Vallejo. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Our film is about  extreme love and silence. Who is the target audience...
Interview With a Director - Interview with Ivana Noa

Interview With a Director – Interview with Ivana Noa

Interview With a Director is a Belgian short film from the Short Film Catalogue, represented in Cannes this year, at the Short Film Corner. We asked a couple of questions from the director Ivana Noa, read her answers below. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Interview With...
Jewish Blind Date - Interview with Morf Anaëlle

Jewish Blind Date – Interview with Morf Anaëlle

Jewish Blind Date is a short film from the 2016 Short Film Corner at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director Morf Anaëlle. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Mary Lou had several disappointing love affairs with goys (non-Jews) and decides to revert...
Good Mother - Interview with Malou T. Schultzberg

Good Mother – Interview with Malou T. Schultzberg

Good Mother is a Swedish short film from the 2016 Short Film Corner, at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director Malou T. Schultzberg. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? An ex comes to stay a few days in the new family...
Onguri Kohi No Oishii Irekata (How to Make Delicious Acorn Coffee) - Interview with Masaru Yasokawa

Onguri Kohi No Oishii Irekata (How to Make Delicious Acorn Coffee) – Interview with Masaru Yasokawa

How to Make Delicious Acorn Coffee is a Japanese short film in the Short Film Corner, at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Read our short Q&A with the director Masaru Yasokawa. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? This movie is a youth movie , the story drew naturally as...
Wonderland - Interview with Tang Xinyi

Wonderland – Interview with Tang Xinyi

Wonderland is a short film from the Cannes 2016 Short Film Catalogue, and Short Film Corner at this year’s festival. We asked a couple of questions from the director Tang Xinyi. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? A disheartened man ready to suicide, but accidentally appear a girl...
Ginger - Interview with Selina Sondermann

Ginger – Interview with Selina Sondermann

Ginger is a short film from the Cannes 2016 Short Film Brochure, also selected into the Short Film Corner at this year’s festival. Read our short Q&A with the director, Selina Sondermann. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Ginger is about the “Jack the Ripper” case from...
Rosetta's Blues - Interview with Rabia Sultana

Rosetta’s Blues – Interview with Rabia Sultana

Rosetta’s Blues is a short film made by Rabia Sultana, submitted to the Cannes 2016 Short Film Catalogue and Short Film Corner of the festival. Here’s our short Q&A with the director. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? Rosetta has been grieving the loss of her father...
Victoria - Interview with Lau Suet Kwan Connie

Victoria – Interview with Lau Suet Kwan Connie

Victoria is a short film from Hong Kong, featured in the Cannes Short Festival Catalogue, and the Short Film Corner at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Read our interview with the director Lau Suet Kwan Connie. What is your film about? Hong Kong is a year of historical change in 1997. That year Patten told...