19th March, 2018
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'.
8th March, 2018
Kate Herron returns to DN to discuss how she tackled the uncomfortable subject matter of a smear test in her new horror comedy short.
6th March, 2018
Director Joel Jay Blacker discusses mining the premise of an ill-conceived orgy amongst friends for comedy gold in his ensemble short, 'Let’s Do It'.
Asides, Live Action
1st March, 2018
Whitmer Thomas directs and stars in this tale of a young man quick to hand out uninvited advice, yet slow in all matters of introspection.
26th February, 2018
In Neville Pierce's charming short, Alice Lowe shines as a window whose attempts to find love are continuously thwarted by the ghost of her dead husband.
8th February, 2018
Embarrassment, boredom & drama spell the end for Garrett Tripp's 15 year old hypochondriac in his 1970s set comedy short ode to teenage angst.
2nd January, 2018
Directing duo Crooked Cynics dissect the dexterity of uncomfortable comedy narratives in 'Where Have All The Good Guys Gone?'.
22nd December, 2017
DN spoke to dir. Nicholas Payne Santos about flipping genre expectations and challenging masculinity in meta horror comedy short 'Holiday Fear'.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
21st December, 2017
Dustin Guy Defa shares why we had to wait 6 years for his second feature and how short films paved the way for his ensemble New York story.
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'.
22nd November, 2017
Estonian Director Martinus Klemet lifts the lid on his delightfully kitsch, animated reimagining of Bram Stoker’s seminal blood sucker.
8th November, 2017
Robin Comisar tells DN how he turned his favourite food commercial into a twisted and hilarious psychological nightmare.
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