Hewes Pictures' Anthology Movies Headed to Theaters & Video on Demand this July
Two amazing anthology features, consisting of short films featuring some of the most acclaimed actors of our times, are headed to theaters (beginning Boston) and VOD this July.
A cavalcade of stars appear in the films, across the anthologies, including Olympia Dukakis and Burt Young.
"Love and Loss" consists of short films that deal in love and friendships, while "People Shapes and Sizes" focuses on the importance of shapes and movement in our everyday lives.
While there are no interview opportunities for these films, I have enclosed review screeners for both films below.
LOVE AND LOSS
"Love and Loss", a collection of the five, highest-rated on Amazon short stories from Hewes Pictures, will open theatrically in Boston this July (beginning 7/6). The anthology will also be available on Amazon. Featuring Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis, and Academy Award nominee Burt Young, these shorts are also currently available on Amazon.
All stories in the anthology deal with love and friendships. Whether it's the fear of two lovers aging in "Calumet" (which stars Austin Pendleton), or friends comforting each other in time of loss in the highest-reviewed "Sorry For Your Loss", these stories are relatable and human.
Titles include: SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS by Bernard Hunt, IRENE AND MARIE by Alex Thompson, DANNI by Peter Jensen, UNLEASHED LOVE by Steven Ritt and CALUMET by Alex Thompson.
PEOPLE SHAPES AND SIZES
"People, Shapes and Sizes" will be screening in Boston July 6-12. Featuring five short documentaries, distributed by Hewes Pictures, these works are also currently available on Amazon.
An anthology of award-winning documentaries, "People, Shapes and Sizes" observes the importance of shapes and movement in our everyday lives. As an example, "The Sandman" by Lauren Knapp follows a physician, who despite his own morality, assists capital punishment executions, and "Light on her Feet" by Matrin Barshai gives the audience a look into the difficulties that a ballet dancer might face in her training.
The anthology provides viewers with an enlightening experience, giving a deeper understanding of things we often take for granted.
Titles include: THE SANDMAN by Lauren Knapp, LIGHT ON HER FEET by Martin Barshai, SHAKESPEARE WITH NOODLES by David M Weiss, SHAPEMAKER by Mary L Holley and BROOKLYN UNITED by Tracey Anarella.