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- 🏛️ Bulletin: Mohamed El Zayat, Adinah Dancyger, Sojiro Kamatani...
🏛️ Bulletin: Mohamed El Zayat, Adinah Dancyger, Sojiro Kamatani...
21 APRIL 2023
Mohamed El Zayat directs ‘People of Egypt’ for The National Bank of Egypt.
Shot in 7 cities across Egypt.
Adinah Dancyger directs ‘Moving’.
A young woman moves into a walk-up apartment in Brooklyn, NY. Winner of the Narrative Short Film Jury Award at the 2020 Slamdance Film Festival.
“…I Asked If She Was Up for Hauling a Mattress and Screaming Bloody Murder for a Short Film…” Filmmaker Magazine
A tragicomic love/hate letter to New York City in 16mm. Le Cinema Club
DOCUMENTARY + INTERVIEW
Reid Davenport directs ‘I Didn’t See You There’.
Spurred by the spectacle of a circus tent that goes up outside his apartment, a disabled filmmaker examines the history of disability and their invisibility in the public eye.
Winner of the Directing Award for US Documentary at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival.
‘I wanted people to inhabit my body’: an innovative film about disability The Guardian
A Disability Film Unlike Any Other. I Didn’t See You There depicts, with a hypnotic realism, life from the perspective of a disabled person. The Atlantic
Review: Reid Davenport's great film "I Didn't See You There" works on two levels simultaneously Roger Ebert
Sojiro Kamatani directs ‘Ocha’ for Ua.
Filmed in Oshima, Japan.
Cassie Quarless’ latest book ‘AI For Film & TV’ is aimed at helping filmmakers and professionals get acquainted with the ways in which they can use Generative AI (ChatGPT & Midjourney) Cassie Quarless
Fondazione Prada and David Cronenberg Join Forces on 'Anatomical Waxes' Hypebeast
Boygenius announce new film directed by Kristen Stewart NME
Saint Laurent to start film production company, working with Pedro Almodóvar and David Cronenberg Wallpaper
Jodie Foster’s Looking To Solve A Murder In The New Teaser For True Detective: Night Country Empire
How to Write Film Music That Stops Time KQED