A short film that’s not short on creativity. It’s edited beautifully drawing the viewer in, with captivating cinematography and content.
The script captures the essence of a moment in time, with a twist. By the films end you’ll have others wondering why you’re so eagerly saying, “welcome to the family“, with a peculiar grin.
Two thumbs up to Wendy Keeling who wrote, directed, and stars, in The Unconventional Gourmet.
Visit the films website for more info, and to watch the movie trailer.
This short film tackles a serious issue in a straight-to-the-point manner. Shedding light on domestic violence and abuse, the film is a gateway to conversation. Too many have suffered, and still do, by an attacker and/or abuser.
Self Offense shows four different stories and the path they take to free themselves, using self-offense (the act of attacking) vs self-defense (the act of defending). Scenes teaching the women instruction are powerful, teachable moments, that are shown at the films end.
Bravo! To the cast and crew for making this film, despite budget constraints.