SHORT FILM TRAILER: The Living Sea, 15min., Documentary, Hong Kong

12-year-old scuba diver Ema sets on a quest to find out why corals around the globe are dying but somehow in Hong Kong they are more resilient. Synopsis: We are the only planet with oceans, and they are indispensable for our survival. However, many people are unaware of the importance of ocean creatures and how… Continue reading SHORT FILM TRAILER: The Living Sea, 15min., Documentary, Hong Kong

HIGHLIGHTS – JANUARY 2022 DOCUMENTARY Short Film Festival

Showcase of the best SHORT FILMS in the world today. AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: Best Film: Do you remember your mothers hands Best Short Form Documentary: American Dinner Best Sound & Music: Bittersweet Best Director: It Happened in Copley Street Best Cinematography: Black Before Blue Watch the Audience Feedback Videos: Do you remember your mothers hands,… Continue reading HIGHLIGHTS – JANUARY 2022 DOCUMENTARY Short Film Festival

Short Film: SHOAH AMBASSADORS, 58min., USA

Project Links  Website  Facebook News & Reviews “New Holocaust Film by Keith Famie Picked up by Detroit Public TV”dbusinesshttps://www.dbusiness.com/daily-news/new-holocaust-film-by-keith-famie-picked-up-by-detroit-public-tv/ “New Documentary Aims to Pass the Torch of ‘Never Again’ to a New Generation”The Detroit Jewish Newshttps://thejewishnews.com/2020/08/10/new-documentary-aims-to-pass-the-torch-of-never-again-to-a-new-generation/ “Young Eyes Contemplate the Holocaust in New Documentary from Metro Detroit Filmmaker”The Detroit Jewish Newshttps://thejewishnews.com/2021/06/17/young-eyes-contemplate-the-holocaust-in-new-documentary-from-metro-detroit-filmmaker/ “Teaching the Shoah: High… Continue reading Short Film: SHOAH AMBASSADORS, 58min., USA

Director Bio: Michael Jerome Wolff (HOTLANDS)

Michael Jerome Wolff is an associate professor of political science at Western Washington University. He has been researching questions of crime and violence in Latin America for fifteen years. “Hotlands,” his first documentary film, takes the viewer to the frontlines of a war that he has been studying up close and personal since 2018.