Film Festival, Live Action
11th October, 2017
Co-directors Benjamin Cleary & TJ O'Grady Peyton discuss their funny and moving short about a man isolated by the barrier of an unintelligible language.
26th September, 2017
Clim and Jade De Robles explain how they found the fun in falling out in their sumptuously styled surreal frenemy short '985 Days'.
5th September, 2017
Jack Bennett tells DN how a well placed tweet brought The Streets frontman Mike Skinner on board as narrator of his awkward school days romance animation.
11th July, 2017
Charlie Lyne embarks on a doc quest to discover the origins of a fish-related surnames anecdote & tells DN what hooked him on this 'finteresting' topic.
10th July, 2017
The ever-prodigious Ben Mallaby pauses between his busy slate of projects to discuss film marketing & the inspiration behind his new tri-lationship short.
22nd June, 2017
Zach Wechter explains how a decade long friendship with his writing partner and death anxiety led to his cleverly nested tall tale of a short.
Animation, Film Festival
16th June, 2017
Sinead Soddart explains to DN how she turned a first year University pitch into a hilarious zombie short with plenty to chew on.
17th May, 2017
"If it’s funny and relevant to the narrative, you're in. If it’s just a funny, you're out." Mid-Brow reveal the craft at work BTS of their viral comedy.
27th March, 2017
Daniel Sorochkin tells DN how he kept things visually interesting and awkwardly funny in his marriage proposal gone wrong comedy of errors short.
9th March, 2017
LA Director Robert McKeon tells DN how he brought acclaimed author Kevin Barry's comedic short story to cinematic life in its native home of Ireland.
25th January, 2017
Gym class can be tough. Someone is bound to lose an eye. Alan Jennings brings back the painful memories of forced exercise in his hand-drawn animation.
31st October, 2016
Joe & Lloyd Stas get into the spooky spirit with a seasonal short about eerie comrades plotting to steal the skull of horror legend Vincent Price.
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