Animation, Film Festival, Podcasts
4th October, 2017
DN caught up with Chris Shepherd to reflect on his celebrated career and return to the hybrid world of animated/live action violence in 'Johnno’s Dead'.
28th September, 2017
DN looks back at some of our favourite shorts from this year’s bevy of films at the mighty Encounters film festival.
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.
Article, Film Festival, Live Action
12th July, 2017
Director of Curation Sam Morrill takes DN through the Vimeo curation team's process of finding and selecting Staff Pick films.
13th February, 2017
After making a friend of solitude, a lonely man attempts to break out of his isolation to find love in Tomek Pilarski's textured black & white animation.
8th February, 2017
Packed full of creativity Tal Zagreba, Robert Moreno & Daniel Sasson's legalisation promo is an impressive mixed-media call to arms for the 420 nation.
Film Festival, Live Action
13th October, 2016
Writer/director Alice Seabright talks tight deadlines and relatable characters as she joins us to discuss the first in a series of character-driven shorts.
Animation, Film Festival
19th July, 2016
Inspired by his dad's work as a Scenes of Crime officer, animator Marcus Armitage examines the struggles an individual can face when a troublesome job
Art & Fashion, Film Festival, Live Action
28th September, 2015
To coincide with the world premiere of Bronco’s House at Raindance Film Festival, DN is proud to host a conversation between Dr. Neil Fox and the
17th April, 2015
We talk to writer-director Duane Hopkins about his second feature 'Bypass', a beautifully observed morality tale of society’s feared and forsaken.
Live Action, Podcasts
18th February, 2010
Daniel Elliott discusses his fruitful collaboration with Third Films & kickstarting audiences' emotional engines with his simple but compelling short Jade.
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