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NEWS: That Girl, Peueot joins Festival Formula Slate!

We are very excited to announce That Girl, Peugeot has been selected for the Festival Formula slate. Founded by Katie McCullough, Festival Formula have over fifteen years’ experience strategising film festival submissions and will be managing our festivals submission over the next 12 months. The organisation works with both short…
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The Ride

The Ride explores one woman's journey to finding her voice. The short is written and directed by Tara Aghdashloo and will be executive produced by Karla Williams and Sahar Yousefi. The fiilm is produced by Elettra Pizzi and is currently in pre-production.

NEWS: That Girl, Peugeot – Film Posters

We are thrilled to be able to share the film posters for our short film That Girl, Peugeot Starring Abigail Cruttenden, Kaitlyn Akinpelumi and Ricky Fearon, the short is written by Natalie Ekberg. The film tells the story of Peugeot’s, who's world collapsed when her father died; he being the…

What Award Season Taught Us

Award season is complete, but what has it taught us? The lack of diversity and lack of female representation was highlighted again and again and it's getting harder and harder to be wilfully blind to it. Women were still overlooked in so many categories and it feels like the industry is…

Rough with the Smooth

2019 has been quite some year. There have been many great achievements and accomplishments. But, accompanying the proverbial rough of the smooth, there have been disappointments and challenges too. Let’s start with the smooth. This was the year that we officially launched MsMono and I have been wonderfully surprised by…

NEWS: First Look at That Girl, Peugeot

We are so excited to share the first looks of our short film That, Girl Peugeot. Written by Natalie Ekberg and The most important information about dosing is that it NOT as precise dutasteride, and that the patient should be instructed not to exceed the indicated dose, or dosing may…

An Unexpected Lesson

I cared for my father for the last 3 years of his life. After which, I decided that by the time I was 50 I should be an established filmmaker or, at the very least, see the light at the end of the tunnel. That gave me 4 years. 4…