Kyra Zagorsky on making art in a time of change.
“Artists have a lot of power, and that’s part of why I’m intent on directing. I want my films to be about something. I want to have a voice about topics that matter..."
by: Sabrina Furminger
'We're filmmakers and storytellers first.' - Kyra Zagorsky and Patrick Sabongui
"Thought-provoking, inspiring and provocative are just a few of the words that can be used to describe The Prince"
by: Nathan March
Award-winning ‘The Prince’ part of SCAD Savannah Film Fest’s Global Shorts Forum
"In just under 12 minutes, filmmaker Kyra Zagorsky shows audiences the struggle Middle-Eastern Americans face today in her short film, The Prince”
Lady Filmmakers Film Festival / Savannah Film Festival - The Prince
by: Carmela Baranowska
Video: Crazy8s film 'The Prince' deals with racism and religious freedoms.
The Prince, directed by Kyra Zagorsky, is an emotional and current look at the realities of the world we live in.
Interview by: Jordan Wade
Film about racism based on personal experience.
"Inspired by a personal encounter with racism on public transit in Metro Vancouver."
by: Dan Ferguson
Kyra Zagorsky Tackles Islamophobia in 'The Prince".
by: Sabrina Furminger
In/Motion Dance Film Festival Celebrates Social Justice
"The Prince" explores Islamophobia through film, acting and dance.
by: Luke Hyland
Extra Features Interviews Kyra Zagorsky,
writer/director of "The Prince" short film.
Debut Short Film
Interview with director Kyra Zagorsky about her film in the Short Film Corner at Cannes.
Canadian short 'The Prince,' which tackles Islamophobia
at Cannes Short Film Corner.
Award-winning Short Film Tackles Islamophobia and Racial Divide via Cinema
"Thought provoking, inspiring and provocative are just a few of the words that can be used to describe The Prince."
“The Prince” Is Short Film Royalty
"It tackles the conflict of race relations in conjunction with the anxiety and fear that performers face."
SHORT FILM REVIEW: The Prince
4 STARS - Chicago Independent Critics Circle
"Sometimes the shortest memories become lasting ones. Ask any person of color if they remember the first time they were called a derogatory racial slur. They will probably have a story to tell." - by: Don Shanahan
Life Force Films & Triumph Street Productions