17th August, 2017

A Migrant Worker Faces His Mortality Far From Home in Andrew Moir’s Affecting Documentary ‘Babe, I Hate To Go’

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A Migrant Worker Faces His Mortality Far From Home in Andrew Moir’s Affecting Documentary ‘Babe, I Hate To Go’

Documentary

17th August, 2017

A Jamaican migrant worker shields his family from his terminal cancer diagnosis in Andrew Moir's affecting documentary of perseverance and acceptance.

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Magic Potions Release Provocative Inhibitions in Pablo Maestres’ Sexy 60s Music Video ‘Coeur Croisé’

Music

16th August, 2017

Pablo Maestres unleashes a colourful fusion of French New Wave & beguiling choreography in his striking 60s promo for Parisian electronic duo Polo & Pan.

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A Kick-Boxing Legend Returns to the Ring to Fight for His Future in Camille Herren’s ‘One More’

Documentary

15th August, 2017

Camille Herren tells DN how he captured a deeply intimate portrait of “Mr. Perfect", the four time world kick-boxing champion Ernesto Hoost.

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How LAMAR+NIK Painstakingly Animated The Shins ‘Half a Million’ Stop-Motion Antics With 5000+ Stickers

Animation, Music

14th August, 2017

5,566 stickers and a hell of a lot of hard work, LAMAR+NIK tell DN how they animated The Shins' stop-motion antics in their playful new promo.

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Girls on Film 2: Before Dawn – Peccadillo Pictures’ Eclectic Collection of Award-Winning Lesbian & Feminist Shorts

Animation, Live Action

11th August, 2017

Curator Diane Gabrysiak & filmmaker Lorelei Pepi talk to DN about Peccadillo Pictures' new eclectic collection of award-winning lesbian & feminist shorts.

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Craig Murray Gives Birth to a Lost Love That Defies Time & Space in Practical Effects Music Video ‘Unarm’

Animation, Music

10th August, 2017

DN digs into the labour-intensive techniques behind Craig Murray's apocalyptic, past future lovers music video for Ghost Against Ghost.

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Fatherly Relationships Are Examined in Hervé Demers’ Tale of Identity & Immigration ‘The Name You Carry’

Live Action

9th August, 2017

Director Hervé Demers joins us to discuss utilising the father/son relationship of his actors to add depth to their fictionalised on screen performances.

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Some of Life’s Largest Themes Are up for a Ponder in Jeppe Kolstrup’s ‘Tropical Island’

Live Action

8th August, 2017

Jeppe Kolstrup spoke to DN about creating a distinctive aesthetic on a small budget with minimum crew for his contemplative short 'Tropical Island'.

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Renana Aldor Seeks Out the Missing Woman in Abstract Memory Short ‘La Femme Qui Cherhce’

Animation, Art & Fashion

7th August, 2017

Renana Aldor embarks on a miniaturised contemplation of memory and her relationship to her grandmother’s past in abstract short La Femme Qui Cherche.

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DN351: Future Shock! Paul Goodwin & Sean Hogan Unearth the Untold Story of Anarchic Comic 2000AD

Documentary, Podcasts

4th August, 2017

Director Paul Goodwin & Producer Sean Hogan delve into the creation of their passion fuelled documentary history of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, 2000AD.

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Palme D’or Winning Director Ruben ÖStlund Stages a Single Shot Heist in Real-Time Short ‘Incident by a Bank’

Live Action

3rd August, 2017

Ruben Östlund shares how high resolution digital cinematography enabled him to create his highly choreographed, real-time heist short in a single shot.

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Ivan Olita Documents the Arduous Path to Spiritual Enlightenment of the Tendai Monks in ‘The 1000 Days’

Documentary

2nd August, 2017

Meet the monks who achieve spiritual enlightenment through 1000 days of endurance running in Ivan Olita's arresting documentary.

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