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Amyana Bartley is a screenwriter and producer. Her company, Queen B. Productions, supports filmmakers of all walks, interested in creating thought provoking, moving projects. As her company grows, she will create "real jobs" for any talented artist, in front of and behind the screen, who is passionate about making a difference using the art of film.

PILGRIMAGE: A Menagerie Of Metaphor

Pilgrimage is rife with metaphors connecting the Dark Ages with contemporary issues, making us wonder if we've advanced as much as we think.

TO THE BONE: No Hope Found

To this survivor, To The Bone had the chance to inspire understanding of anorexia, but ended up being a disappointment.

BETWEEN THE SHADES: Exploring The "Shades" Between Gay & Straight

A deeply touching film about sexuality, Between The Shades opens the door to seeing LGBTQ+ people as exactly what they are. Human.

FANTASSUT: The Human Face of War

Fantassút, a short documentary about the largest refugee camp in Europe, is a surprisingly beautiful depiction of real people who lived through hellish conditions.

REAL ARTISTS: The Future Of Filmmaking?

Real Artists is an Orwellian science fiction short film written, directed, produced & performed by women - a rarity - but it sure delivers.

THE MAN WITH FOUR LEGS: Elegantly Disturbing

With finely tuned performances, The Man With Four Legs is also a visual treat, working within a genre that is often difficult to define.

Interview With JANUARY HYMN Director Katherine Canty: A Lesson In Honesty & Instinct

We spoke with January Hymn director Katherine Canty, discussing sexism in the film industry and the secret of staying honest in your art and


Twenty Twenty-Four is a sci-fi that alerts its audience as to a possible world-ending scenario, though it's not a complete success.

ALMAYER'S FOLLY: A Study In Disappointment

Almayer's Folly is deeply artistic and clearly rooted in Ackerman's vision, but unfortunately due to a lack of characterization, it's hard to sympathize with

JANUARY HYMN: An Odic Tour Of Grief

"Sure, I'll see you again before either of us knows it". It's a sentiment resonating with most of us after the passing of a