Canada Tag Archive

A Mother Wrestles With an Agonising Dilemma in Philippe Grenier’s Emotionally Raw Music Video ‘Son’

Music

27th September, 2017

Philippe Grenier's heartrending music video for Beyries tells the tragic tale of a mother torn between loyalty for her husband and that of her children.

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A Migrant Worker Faces His Mortality Far From Home in Andrew Moir’s Affecting Documentary ‘Babe, I Hate To Go’

Documentary

17th August, 2017

A Jamaican migrant worker shields his family from his terminal cancer diagnosis in Andrew Moir's affecting documentary of perseverance and acceptance.

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Fatherly Relationships Are Examined in Hervé Demers’ Tale of Identity & Immigration ‘The Name You Carry’

Live Action

9th August, 2017

Director Hervé Demers joins us to discuss utilising the father/son relationship of his actors to add depth to their fictionalised on screen performances.

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David Lester & Jessica Rose Show Us How Uneven Love Can Be in Dysfunctional Relationship Short ‘Alison’

Live Action

27th July, 2017

DN speaks to Director David Lester about capturing the doubts of long-term love in his intimate story of a romance teetered on the brink.

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Mitchell Stafiej Reveals the In-Camera Techniques Behind Petra Glynt’s Spinning One-Shot Promo ‘This Trip’

Music

10th May, 2017

Mitchell Stafiej tells DN how he coupled the terrifying chaos of Petra Glynt's performance with a home made camera rig for his spinning one-shot promo.

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Andrew De Zen’s Whirlwind Romance Fashion Film Presents Yo & Co’s New ‘Changing Direction’

Art & Fashion

28th March, 2017

Andrew De Zen discusses maintaining his narrative sensibilities whilst moving into the realm of fashion for new men's clothing line Yo & Co's launch film.

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Andrew De Zen Shows Us How to Conquer Doubt & Fear to Break Through ‘The Wall’

Art & Fashion

1st December, 2016

Andrew De Zen returns to DN with the second part of his visual shorts trilogy - an exploration of perseverance and the many walls we face in our lives.

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Andrew De Zen Expresses the Isolation & Anxieties of Life in the Digital Age in ‘We Aren’t Strangers’

Art & Fashion, Premiere

21st November, 2016

Andrew De Zen begins his new visual shorts trilogy with a reflection on the insecurity, loneliness, & anxieties of life in the modern technological age.

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Her Friend Adam

Live Action

28th September, 2016

Sexual insecurity spawns jealousy, despair and spiteful recriminations in Ben Petrie’s powerful Sundance award winning short.

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Pierre-Guilhem Roudet & Gabriel Aldama Launch a Graphical Space Odyssey in ‘COSMO’

Animation, Music

17th June, 2015

Pierre-Guilhem Roudet joins us to discuss 'COSMO', the retro animated sci-fi odyssey co-directed with Gabriel Aldama.

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How Mac Boucher Pulled Off a One-Shot Fashion Shoot Music Video for Yukon Blonde’s ‘Saturday Night’

Music

3rd June, 2015

Director Mac Boucher discusses capturing the excitement and glamour of the swinging 60s photoshoot in his one-shot music video for Yukon Blonde's 'Saturday

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Brian Tornay & Salman Sajun Serve Up a Kinetic Celebration of Tennis in ‘LETS PLAY’

Animation

27th April, 2015

Salman Sajun tells DN how he & co-director Brian Tornay served up a kinetic stop motion celebration of all that is racquets, balls, nets and tennis skirts

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