Posts Categorized: Film

‘Afreen’ Wins 12+ Awards for Film Shedding New Light on Radical Islam (Media Factory Inc)

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Afreen is the latest film by Media Factory Inc. and a groundbreaking film that has gathered a long list of nominations and awards. To date, the film has won 15 awards including Best Film (Canadian Diversity Film Festival), Best Sound Design (Madrid International Film Festival), Best Actress (Madrid International Film Festival), Best Feature Film (Aphrodite Film Awards), Best Action Film (Out of… Read more »

Producers Behind Child Trafficking Short Film CAPTIVE Announce Seed & Spark Launch on August 20, 2018

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CAPTIVE, a short film detailing the horrors of modern-day human trafficking occurring throughout the world today, will officially launch a Seed & Spark crowdfunding campaign on August 20th to raise the necessary backing and funding for official filming, production, and completion.  Presently in pre-production for the short film, Director Rebecca Murga, Producer Karen Kraft, and… Read more »

Documentary The Forgotten Covering Eritrean Refugee Crisis to Have L.A. Red Carpet Debut in August

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The conditions in the Eritrean refugee camps in Eastern Sudan are acknowledged to be horrific to people with inside knowledge, a fact that has remained off many caring people simply from a lack of major coverage. Fortunately, Sabrina Aman is director and producer of the new 60 minute documentary film titled The Forgotten, which hopes… Read more »

2018 Chinese American Film Festival & Chinese American TV Festival Announced the First Batch of Film and Television Works

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The chairman of CAFF and CATF, and Chairman of EDI Media Inc., James Su expressed his thanks to Shanghai International Film Festival for this opportunity to share our announcements. In the past fourteen years, CAFF has helped Chinese and American filmmakers build a platform for cooperation. It hopes to continue contributing and to promote Chinese-American… Read more »

Filmmaker Bryan Hadley’s He Be She Be Is One For The Ages

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“I love challenges in film set upon you by time and circumstance.  It feeds me,” says Austin actor & filmmaker Bryan Hadley.  “I’m just bored when I think about 85 different people on a film set doing 50 different jobs.  Don’t get me wrong, I deeply appreciate the artistry of all those different artists but… Read more »