Drama Tag Archive

Justin Doherty & Neil Fox Merge Challenging Cinema With Professional Film Practice in ‘Wilderness’

Live Action

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.

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Zach Jones & Ben Kitnick Bear Witness to the Club Penguin Apocalypse in Gameplay Short ‘Waddle On’

Animation, Live Action

9th May, 2017

"The penguin apocalypse brings forth the dawn of man." Zach Jones & Ben Kitnick bear witness to the end times of Disney’s beloved virtual world for kids.

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How Simon Dymond Brought the True Story of a Tumble Drier Death Cult to Screen in ‘Wash Club’

Live Action

3rd May, 2017

Simon Dymond lets DN inside the secrets of his true life tall tale about a reporter who accidentally starts the underground death club he's investigating.

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A High School Basketball Prospect Fights to Get Back to the Top in Tanner Jarman’s ‘High Hoops’

Live Action

18th April, 2017

Tanner Jarman imparts the lessons he learned the hard way when bringing his sports drama about shrinking opportunities & the pressure to succeed to screen.

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A Teenage Romance Turns Into a Surrealist Dreamscape in Damien Manivel’s ‘Le Parc’

Live Action

17th March, 2017

Director/Producer Damien Manivel discusses making his second feature, teenage romance, dreams and how restrictions can aid creativity in filmmaking.

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Trim Lamba’s Snapchat Short ‘Cracked Screen’ Delivers a Horrifying Tale of Social Media Living

Live Action

27th February, 2017

Director Trim Lamba discusses his Snapchat-based short which follows the self-broadcast life of a young woman before, during and after a terrible incident.

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Before Moonlight: Oscar Nominated Director Barry Jenkins Discusses His Breakthrough Feature ‘Medicine for Melancholy’

Live Action

23rd February, 2017

Barry Jenkins shares his journey from almost school teacher to director and explains why he considers his breakthrough feature as a ‘home movie’.

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A Joyous Reunion is Shattered by the Brutal Realities of Sectarian Violence in Andrea Harkin’s ‘The Party’

Live Action

9th February, 2017

In Andrea Harkin's BAFTA nominated short, when a wanted young man returns home for a party the violent realities of Belfast in 1972 tragically hit home.

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Lines of Racial Division Are Tentatively Crossed in Marc Fouchard’s Oscar Shortlisted ‘The Way of Tea’

Live Action

24th January, 2017

Marc Fouchard confounds expectations of racial violence when a young skinhead enters a Muslim store in his perennially timely Oscar shortlisted film.

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Where the Woods End

Live Action

12th December, 2016

Felix Ahrens examines the destructive nature of guilt in his student Oscar winning short film about a police officer who fatally shoots an innocent man.

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World Wide Woven Bodies

Live Action

7th December, 2016

Norwegian Director Truls Krane Meby discusses the role of the early internet era on a teen's burgeoning sexual awareness in his new coming-of-age short.

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The Past Inside the Present

Animation

23rd November, 2016

A couple try to renew their dying relationship by directly plugging into recordings of their memories in James Siewert's impressive hand rotoscoped short.

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