Jessy Moussallem Unabashedly Presents the Strength & Grace of Arab Women in Mashrou’ Leila’s ‘Roman’

Music

8th December, 2017

Jessy Moussallem tells DN how she reframed the narrative of Arab women as victims, to express their true reality as fierce feminist icons.

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Elias Ressegatti Brings Gearhead Love to Overlooked Automobiles in 16mm Web Series ‘Future Classics’

Documentary

7th December, 2017

Elias Ressegatti discusses turning his passion for overlooked, non-collectable cars into the ongoing 16mm gearhead web series 'Future Classics'.

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A Listless Art Graduate Tests Her Personal & Relationship Boundaries in Sam Icklow’s ‘Untitled, L.A.’

Live Action

6th December, 2017

DN speaks to Director Sam Icklow about creating a lesbian relationship drama which was both relatable and authentic to LA’s queer art scene.

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Appreciate the Beauty of Frozen Moments in Arthur Valverde’s Sculptural Dance Short ‘Statures of Gods’

Art & Fashion

5th December, 2017

Arthur Valverde tells DN how he combined sculpture and dance to express the beauty of the frozen moment in Paris art short 'Statures of Gods'.

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The Halsall Bros Look to Explore the Issues of North Korea Through the ‘100 Bullets’ Comic Book Universe

Live Action

4th December, 2017

A fascination with North Korea and a love for comic books come together in The Halsall Bros' '100 Bullets' web-series

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Device Deliver a Picture Perfect Holiday from the Future in Sci-Fi Animation Short ‘The Postcard’

Animation

1st December, 2017

A woman shares her Southeast Asia holiday adventures from the future in animated sci-fi short 'The Postcard' from creative studio Device.

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Guillermo Irriguible Loren Pays Homage to Analog Music with his Analog Short Film ‘Speaking in Voltages’

Documentary, Music

30th November, 2017

Shot on 16mm, Super8 & Hi8, director Guillermo Irriguible Loren joins us to discuss his ode to nostalgia and the golden era of analogue instruments.

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A Lovelorn Man Struggles Against Time, Memory & Oblivion in Carlos Lascano’s Wistful Short ‘The Puppeteer’

Live Action

29th November, 2017

DN speaks to Argentinian filmmaker Carlos Lascano about his dark tale of a puppeteer who finds himself trapped in a labyrinth of memory and fantasy.

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A Young Woman Looks to the Cosmos for the Meaning of Growing Up in Avital Siegel’s NYU Short ‘Twentysomething’

Live Action

28th November, 2017

A twenty something searches for the meaning of growing up and waits for an answer of cosmic proportions in Avital Siegel's impressive NYU Short.

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After Anger & Violence Pass a Community Looks for Common Ground in Andrew Litten’s ‘St. Louis Rises’

Documentary

27th November, 2017

Andrew Litten tells DN how he worked with the St. Louis community to express their hopes for post-Ferguson reconciliation in documentary 'St. Louis Rises'.

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An Old Woman Initiates a Twisted Ritual to Raise Her Husband from the Dead in Sois De Traca’s ‘Three...

Animation

24th November, 2017

Tackling their most ambitious project to date, Sois de Traca’s (animation partners Elisa Morais and María Álvarez) Three Fitted Flies (Tres Moscas a

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Christine Hooper Tries Hard to Quit an Unhealthy Relationship in Battle of Willpower Short ‘The Last Time’

Live Action

23rd November, 2017

Christine Hooper tells DN how she incorporated practical filmmaking tips from classic cinema into her comedic unhealthy relationship short 'The Last Time'.

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