Society’s Feared & Forsaken Take Centre Stage in Duane Hopkins’ Lyrical Sophomore Feature ‘Bypass’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

Pee. Wait. Panic. Alice Seabright Charms the Pants off Us With a Night of Soul Searching in ‘Pregnant Pause’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

A Scenes of Crime Officer is Plagued by Memories of her Day Job in Marcus Armitage’s Thought-Provoking Animation ‘S.O.C.O’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

Israeli Artists Deliver an Impressive Hit of Animated Mixed-Media for Marijuana Anthem ‘Legal Eyes’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

A Spiteful Shadow Frustrates the Romantic Aspirations of a Lonely Man in Tomek Pilarski’s ‘But She’s Nice…’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

DN157: Daniel Elliott Kickstarts Our Intellectual & Emotional Engines in Compelling Dilemma Short ‘Jade’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

How to Get a Vimeo Staff Pick – Head Curator Sam Morrill Provides Insight into the Curation Process

Encounters Film Festival 2017

Return to the Clumsy Days of School Romance in Jack Bennett’s Charming Short ‘Not the End of the World’

Encounters Film Festival 2017

Coffee & Celluloid: In Conversation with Bronco’s House Director Mark Jenkin

Encounters Film Festival 2017
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Jake Dypka Challenges the Binary Nature of Societal Gender Stereotypes in Experiential 3D Short ‘Pink or Blue’

Art & Fashion

19th September, 2017

Director Jake Dypka & spoken word artist Hollie McNish explore the confines of gender in modern society through 3D experiential short 'Pink or Blue'.

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Watch Sparks Chase an Elusive Parisian Bird in Joseph Wallace’s Enchanting Stop Motion Puppet Music Video

Music

18th September, 2017

Read how Joseph Wallace transformed Sparks into puppets for an enchanting stop motion chase through 1930s Paris in 'Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)'.

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Aurélien Heilbronn Takes an Exhilarating Look at Illegal Motorbike Racing Gangs in Doc ‘Street Racers’

Documentary

15th September, 2017

Aurélien Heilbronn discusses documenting the lives of the thrill seeking teens behind the Dominican Republic's illegal motorbike street races.

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Bas Berkhout Takes a Playful Dive Beyond the Artist’s Creative Process in ‘The Story of Jon Burgerman’

Documentary

13th September, 2017

DN quizzes Bas Berkhout about the origins, processes and intentions of his ongoing short documentary excavation of the inner lives of popular creatives.

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Michael Parks Randa Chases the Spontaneous Thrill of the Unplanned Production in ‘Fires Down in Mexico’

Music

12th September, 2017

Throwing caution to the wind Michael Parks Randa hits the road with a pair of wolf-masked skateboard-toting teens for Matthew Logan Vasquez's music video.

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Alex Barrett Crafts a Poetic Ode to the Symphony Films of the Past for the London of the Present

Documentary

11th September, 2017

Alex Barrett reflects on the completed production of his Silent Era ode to England's capital 'London Symphony', a classical nod to the city of now.

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Kelly Creedon Follows a Future Star on His Ascendance to the Spotlight in Documentary ‘In This World’

Documentary

7th September, 2017

Kelly Creedon tells DN about the experience of documenting the life of triple threat, 15 year old actor, singer and comedian Courvosier ‘Vosiey’ Cox.

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Return to the Clumsy Days of School Romance in Jack Bennett’s Charming Short ‘Not the End of the World’

Animation

5th September, 2017

Jack Bennett tells DN how a well placed tweet brought The Streets frontman Mike Skinner on board as narrator of his awkward school days romance animation.

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Kelsey Boncato Makes the Digital Physical in idesia’s Ethereal Animated Music Video ‘Ain’t Over’

Animation, Music

4th September, 2017

DN speaks to Kelsey Boncato about using multiple physical techniques in collaboration with idesia for their ethereal non-music video.

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A Couple Attempt to Escape a Malevolent Unseen Enemy in Alex Cook’s Unsettling Music Video ‘Dangerous’

Music

1st September, 2017

Alex Cook shares how he and his crew faced down a mountain rattlesnake in order to complete his dark allegorical music video for Son Lux track 'Dangerous'.

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Global Rail Against the ‘Kontroll’ of the Concrete Jungle in This Slick Streetwear Spot for Codryo

Art & Fashion

31st August, 2017

French Duo Global tell DN how 90s French Rap & a rejection of colour fuelled their slickly stylised expression of moral wrath for streetwear store Codryo.

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An Independent Musician Forges His Own Creative Path in Jay Salbert’s Intimate Profile Doc ‘AlanMichael’

Documentary, Music

30th August, 2017

Jay Salbert’s artful portrait doc intimately captures the self-determination of a singer putting in the unseen work to accomplish his lifelong goal.

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