24th March, 2017
Nicolas Pesce tells DN about the advantages of shooting his debut feature twice and why music videos were the perfect boot camp for making weird films.
23rd March, 2017
DN looks back at two early features being re-released by the BFI from the cinematic master that is Martin Scorsese and considers where greatness begins.
17th March, 2017
Director/Producer Damien Manivel discusses making his second feature, teenage romance, dreams and how restrictions can aid creativity in filmmaking.
1st March, 2017
Stephen Kijak’s feature doc follows the journey from the 1980s to the present day of the enigmatic one-of-a-kind cultural sensation that is X Japan.
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’.
31st December, 2016
MarBelle stops with the handwringing and gets to ranking some of the quality cinema he watched in 2016 for his top ten features of the year list.
30th December, 2016
Director Jeanie Finlay runs through the top ten films which left a lasting impression on her in the tumultuous year that was 2016.
29th December, 2016
From vicious bear attacks to flatulent corpses and Neo-Nazi punk-rock thrillers, 2016 was a pretty odd (and awesome) year for film concepts.
28th December, 2016
Witness the mastery and originality of today’s independent cinema as expressed in Amber's cherished list of the top ten feature films of 2016.
27th December, 2016
"There’s still some beautiful work out there that just floored me this year." Neil Fox begins DN's annual cinematic love fest with his top ten of 2016.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
15th December, 2016
Jorge Riquelme Serrano shares how structured improvisation enabled him to shoot his uninvited guest psychological thriller feature debut in a mere 4 days.
Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts
8th December, 2016
Eva Orner’s documentary exposes the repugnant, inhumane ways the Australian government treats asylum seekers and its attempts to hide these atrocities.
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