The National Board of Review Announces 2015 Student Grant Winners

THE NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW ANNOUNCES 2015 STUDENT GRANT WINNERS New York, NY (July 6, 2015) – The National Board of Review announced today that it will be awarding grant money through the organization’s annual Student Grant Program to 23 filmmakers, including nine graduate students and fourteen undergraduate students. These schools include Brooklyn College, City […]

Q&A with Pat Healy

In Compliance, you were the sadist, the controller. There are very similar themes here but in this case you’re on the other side.
It’s kind of interesting. In Great World of Sound, I almost play a version of the Ann Dowd character from Compliance.

Ons Albertinia – Directed by Chantel Clark

South Africa, 1990. When the crumbling Apartheid regime affords Marie Abrahams an opportunity to sell the family farm, her daughter Inge fights to keep their ancestral land.

Old Moon – Directed by Raisa Bonnet

The rolling hills of a little village in Puerto Rico where Elsa lives are covered in tropical forest. Elsa observes with concern the relationship between her son-in-law and her granddaughter. Nonetheless, she continues to go about preparing food, hanging out the washing, feeding the chickens and tending the garden.

Grand Canal – Directed by Johnny Ma

A Greek Tragedy told in a Chinese pop song, Grand Canal depicts the tragic events of a boat captain trying to collect a debt to save his fleet of boats, as remembered by his ten year old son.

Frank-Etienne – Directed by Constance Meyer

Frank-Etienne is a door-to-door salesman on a mission to sell empty boxes in the middle of nowhere. Things go awry when he meets a woman who is determined to take advantage of his kindness and his car. Unable to resist her, Frank-Etienne finds himself in an increasingly absurd situation with the woman, her lover, and his dog.