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Once I Passed

  Directed by Martin Gerigk | Reviewed by Rich Monetti In, Once I Passed, Martin Gerigk is back up on his platform and going knee deep into...

AAMRAS

  Directed by Mayank Pushpam Singh | Reviewed by Sabarno Sinha One of the most difficult genres, in my opinion, is the mockumentary. A successful mockumentary needs...

3 TO GO

  Directed by Scott VanGrootenbruei | Reviewed by Sabarno Sinha 3 to Go is a short film directed by Scott Vangrootenbruel in which four friends meet...

Engage Earth

  Directed by Yijun Wang  | Reviewed by Rohan Bhattacharya   Expression is a key driving force of cinema. Not only cinema, any form of art, whether...

Murder in Monte Nido

  Directed by Bonnie Foster | Reviewed by Rohan Bhattacharya After ‘Butterfly’ and ‘Sweet Surrender,’ filmmaker Bonnie Foster brings to us another interesting short film, titled, ‘Murder...

Demi-Gods

  Directed by Martin Gerigk | Reviewed by Rich Monetti Demi-Gods Gives us A lot of Guesswork to Do and That’s a Good Thing A Demi-God is either...

Before A Painting

Directed by Nathan Tosoni | Reviewed by Anushka Dutta Writer and director, Nathan Tosoni, compiles preceding occurrences that lead to the genesis of three incredibly...

The Memory Scanner . Com

  Directed by Alonso Dominguez | Reviewed by Sabarno Sinha All law professors agree that justice and the judiciary are unfortunately two separate entities. They are not...

Tutopique #Company

  Directed by Maurice Huvelin | Reviewed by Rich Monetti TUTOPIQUE or The Art of creating Utopian Tutorials May not Alleviate our Struggles but is Definitely Fun...

Josef is in the Stable

  Directed by Sonja Toepfer  | Reviewed by Anushka Dutta ‘Josef is in the Stable’ is a non-fictional depiction of the Nazi-Era in the form of...
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