Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action
23rd March, 2018
The British Council and BFI Flare Festival continue their global, digital LGBTQ+ online film festival #FiveFilms4Freedom.
Film Festival, Live Action
DN speaks to Dean Puckett about 'The Sermon' his allegorical folklore horror short about a isolated village reaching boiling point.
Art & Fashion, Live Action
22nd March, 2018
DN invited dir. Dan Sadgrove to tell us how he crafted a lyrical Mexican present that never was in poetic ‘what if...’ short 'A Dream Dressed in Black'.
A cohort of compliant girls at an isolated boarding school are indoctrinated into their own demise in Thomas Vernay’s 'Ice Teens'.
21st March, 2018
Music video wizards LAMAR+NIK return to their hometown roots to showcase the interesting lives lived in small town USA in Juicy J promo 'Flood Watch'.
DN spoke to Niclas Gillis about the years of research which underpins his unflinching depiction of a sexually exploited woman living in poverty in the USA.
Art & Fashion, Premiere
20th March, 2018
Enrico Poli’s has created a tender, intimate and nostalgic look at the journey from childhood to adulthood his new fashion film 'Not(e) For a Dreamer'.
DN looks forward to another programme of the best in LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world at the BFI Flare London Film Festival 2018.
19th March, 2018
Kendy Ty shares Bangkok-based model and actress Kitarang Tasee’s thoughts on the joys of bondage performance in short portrait documentary, 'Ropes'.
DN caught up with Cullan Bruce & Chris Lee to discuss the transformative power of dark acts in their delightfully bizarre Korean comedy short 'Lost Dogs'.
16th March, 2018
Director David Schofield takes Directors Notes behind the scenes of his tough seaside story of hard lives and hard decisions, Remora.
Art & Fashion, Asides
French director Nicolas Millot takes a look at Japan from a different point of view in 'We Are Aliens From Outer Space'.
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