20th June, 2017
Director Lucy Campbell joins us to discuss how she subverted cinematic cliches in order to test gender at sea in her short film 'Marina & Adrienne'
Film Festival, Live Action
16th June, 2017
Ahead of playing The Shortest Nights, Director Jack Perry tells DN how he formed his stylish noir/thriller, 'A Girl Goes For Dinner'.
Animation, Film Festival
Sinead Soddart explains to DN how she turned a first year University pitch into a hilarious zombie short with plenty to chew on.
7th June, 2017
DN Speaks to Short Sighted Cinema co-founder Kate Williamson about their mission to bring short film to the mainstream with The Shortest Nights.
Article, Film Festival
22nd May, 2017
DN talks with Eyes Wide Open Cinema programmer Jacob Engelberg about the inception & aspirations of the Brightonian queer cinema exhibition programme.
11th May, 2017
Justin Doherty & Neil Fox speak to DN about allying professional and emerging filmmakers on the production of their cinematically defiant feature debut.
7th April, 2017
Anthony Doncque reveals how personal footage shot 25yrs ago formed the basis of his nostalgic tale of passion between a student and his teaching assistant.
6th April, 2017
"Acts of resistance can unfold behind closed doors in private forms of rebellion." Matt Wolf speaks to DN about Bayard Rustin and subversive LGBT activism.
30th March, 2017
Writer/Director/Actor/Editor Arthur Cahn explains his multi-role process, how he works with actors and why casting calls are similar to dating apps.
27th March, 2017
“It may have been my first time at BFI Flare, but it definitely won’t be my last.” DN shares our highlights from Europe’s largest LGBT film
17th March, 2017
Director/Producer Damien Manivel discusses making his second feature, teenage romance, dreams and how restrictions can aid creativity in filmmaking.
14th March, 2017
James Maitre looks ahead to this year's celebration of some of the world's best LGBT features & shorts on offer at the burgeoning BFI Flare Film
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