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Oscar Qualifying Short: “Nisei”

/ 18 Dec 23

Oscar Qualifying Short: “Nisei”

  It is well known during world two, America was guilty of horrendous acts such as the displacement of Japanese Americans and placing them in Intermittent Camps.       Writer and director Darren Haruo Rae not only sheds new light on the oppression of the Japanese culture during that time period. Rae also delivers […]

/ 07 Dec 23

Exclusive Interview With Marilyn Cooke

  Writer and Director Marilyn Cooke is one of the most in demand indie directors based in Montreal.   Her witty, dark drama ‘” No Ghost in the Morgue” was considered for Best Action Short at last year’s 95th Oscars and she shows no sign of slowing down.   Marilyn has perfected the art of […]

/ 07 Dec 23

Artist, 1011 Speaks About Mixing His Art Forms for His Epic New Project

  Producer, musician, and visual artist 1011 is on another creative level when it comes to combining his talents. The innovator successfully fused his music production, visual art, and programming to create his new immersive video game.   His creative vision clearly comes to life in his latest project “Ancestral Harvest”, an adventure game and […]

/ 05 Dec 23

The Sounds of Seattle

  Seattle may have been known as the place for grunge during the 90s, but as a city known for transformation, it has more musically to offer the west coast and the world than many give it credit for. We get a few quotes from a few bands in the area on where to go […]

/ 05 Dec 23

Producer Emma M. Cooke and Director Morgan Saelens Elaborate on “Creating Something That Resonates”

Producer Emma Cooke and Director Morgan Saelens bring their talents together in the Canadian film “There are Bees in the House, ” an intense psychological thriller that tackles heavy subjects like trauma and mental health.   Both Cooke and Saelens were committed to create something that would resonate with a larger audience and touch on […]

/ 04 Dec 23

Who Is Fin Peach?

      HSR Exclusive Video           For 18, you have a really extensive catalog, how would you describe your work ethic and is there a certain process that goes into your music?     I think the process is like almost having no process. A lot of the time, my […]

/ 03 Dec 23

Oscar Qualifying Film Review: “Troy”

  Mike Donahue brings Jen Silverman’s brilliant screenplay to life in a subtle but gloriously humorous way.   “Troy” is a comedic rollercoaster of reality that explores the often-overlooked intricacies of being neighbors.   There is no dancing around the fact that the plot revolves around a noisy neighbor named Troy who has a tonne […]

/ 03 Dec 23

A Rising Actor: An In-Depth Chat With Shane Campayne

  Actor Shane Campayne is a rising star with a bright future ahead. A Harvard graduate, his latest film, “The Delusion of Pisces” delves into issues facing Gen-Z.     In this role, Campayne masterfully plays the role of Carlos, who is navigating life and romance as a member of Gen-Z. Campayne says, “Carlos reminds me […]

/ 02 Dec 23

Exclusive Interview with Actor and Model Derek Kendall

A busy summer and fall, rising actor Derek Kendall found himself immersed in a range of diverse projects across multiple platforms. When you are working in New York Fashion, Theatre and Film there truly is no rest for the talented.       Boasting an exceptional range of talent and versatility, actor and model Derek Kendall has […]

/ 26 Nov 23

Film Review: “Every Day After”

This is an emotional piece that is presented in black and white in a fly-on-the-wall style with narration throughout by the main character Jessa.   In addition to the Black and White footage, we are given an unexpected and beautiful animated papercraft introduction that helps narrate the backstory. The visuals are a great touch.   […]