Experimental Tag Archive

Parker Hill Cracks Open the Mysterious Time Capsule of an Abandoned House in ‘Living Rooms’

Art & Fashion

22nd March, 2017

Parker Hill's languid experimental short about an abandoned house ponders how much of ourselves we leave behind in the places we call home.

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Martino Prendini Animates 6000+ Hand-Drawn Images in Female Empowerment Dance Short ‘An Exit’

Animation, Art & Fashion

2nd March, 2017

Martino Prendini gives form to the power of female agency through a medley of animation techniques realised over 6000+ individual hand-drawn frames.

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Chris Lavelle Breathes Digital Life into Abandoned Urban Spaces in a Stunning pair of Camera Mapping Shorts

Art & Fashion

2nd February, 2017

Chris Lavelle discusses his use of camera mapping techniques to transform 2D urban explorer images into vibrant film environments of living decay.

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Christopher Brooks Births Distant Planets in a Glass of Water for Macroscopic Short ‘Five Blue Planets’

Art & Fashion

18th January, 2017

Visual effects free, Christopher Brooks' new macroscopic experimental short transforms inks, paints, oils and water into distant pacific planets.

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Natural Beauty and Experimentation Come Together in Ben Winkeler’s Surrealistic ‘∆ Magical Triangle ∆’

Art & Fashion

13th January, 2017

Netherlands' Ben Winkeler takes DN through the creation of his latest experimental short, a surrealistic symmetrical otherworld full of curious atmosphere.

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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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Pixel Films

Animation

7th November, 2016

Brighton studio Persistent Peril return to their experimental animation roots with a brand new instalment of their 50x50 Pixel Film series, now in UHD 4K!

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Thomas Pons Transports Augmented Reality from Japan’s Mountains to Screen in ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’

Animation, Art & Fashion

21st July, 2016

Thomas Pons takes us on the production journey from augmented reality to screen for his multi-format, monochrome short ‘Animals: A Black & White

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Kurtis Hough Sculpts the Landscape of Dreamworlds in Geometric Geology Short ‘Painted Hills’

Art & Fashion

6th April, 2016

Bringing his geology trilogy to a close Kurtis Hough returns to DN with ‘Painted Hills’ - a sculptural and painterly look at the geometry of geology.

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Don’t Call it a Dance Film! Youness Benali Finds Expression Through Movement in ‘Without A Word’

Art & Fashion

19th February, 2016

A director who has always showcased image and movement at the forefront of his work, Youness Benali returns to DN with his new expressive short ’Without A

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Coffee & Celluloid: In Conversation with Bronco’s House Director Mark Jenkin

Art & Fashion, 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

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