DANGER GLOBAL WARMING | Bruce Knox
shown as part of kaleidoscope
Beautifully animated and edited, this piece is a sharp little gem that is the platinum standard for the short film genre. This visually striking work that miraculously manages not to overshadow the urgency of its subject matter is not to be missed. An effort that should generate a great deal of interest in environmental circles, as well as a solid place in the cinematic firmament.
Bruce Knox DE Danger Global Warming 7min 3s 2010 (world premiere)
ECHOES BY ROB BROWN | A REVIEW BY ANGELA TURK
shown as part of three stories
A heart-stopping look into the sex-trafficking industry and purveyors of the flesh trade. A seven-week pregnancy introduces a crisis for both procurer and victim as the story unfolds, peeling back layers of a very undocumented and under-examined criminal environment. Brown’s ability to pull the viewer into an emotional vice grip in such time-constrained parameters is a testimony to some very sure-footed filmmaking. A shining effort.
Rob Brown GB Echoes 11min 38s 2009