20th February, 2018
Ian Pons Jewell takes us through the classical art pieces & personal stories which inspired his captivating slo-mo ad spot for the Canadian Olympic team.
6th February, 2018
New York director Eliza Hittman tells DN how a picture from Facebook became the inspiration for her late-night cruising feature 'Beach Rats'.
30th January, 2018
The deadline for London Film Academy's Pioneers Award is soon! DN spoke with LFA's co-founder Anna MacDonald about their scholarship for female filmmakers.
28th December, 2017
"The best cinema this year was for me based in the everyday." James Maitre applauds the power of small moments expertly told in his top ten films of 2017.
20th December, 2017
Eyal Resh tells DN how his own experience of burgeoning adolescent desire led to the creation of his sexual awakening short 'Boys'.
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'.
8th November, 2017
Robin Comisar tells DN how he turned his favourite food commercial into a twisted and hilarious psychological nightmare.
Film Festival, Live Action
27th October, 2017
Marta Prus explains how she portrayed the beauty & brutality of our complex reality in her impressive 30 minute, one-take social drama 'Hot and Cold'.
16th October, 2017
Following his London Film Festival debut, DN's James Maitre offers his thoughts on some of the highlights from this years' shenanigans.
3rd October, 2017
Sune Lykke Albinus explains the free flowing logistics of shooting his dreamy young adult romance amidst a crowd of 160K people at the Roskilde Festival.
2nd October, 2017
DN looks ahead at the 61st BFI London Film Festival, anticipating what to see from this years' eclectic lineup of diverse and exciting cinema.
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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