Documentary, Film Festival, Music, Podcasts
19th October, 2017
Rob Curry & Tim Plester craft a lyrical response to the life, work & tragic loss of the High Queene of English Folk music, Shirley Collins.
Film Festival, Live Action
13th October, 2017
The unbreakable and equally complex parent-child relationship is intimately explored through the wakes of separation in Annemarie Jacir’s, ‘Wajib’.
4th August, 2017
Director Paul Goodwin & Producer Sean Hogan delve into the creation of their passion fuelled documentary history of the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, 2000AD.
18th July, 2017
Brett Whitcomb & Bradford Thomason tell DN how they rediscovered The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling in the doc that inspired the Netflix series GLOW.
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.
1st May, 2017
We go back to where it all began for documentary duo Bill and Turner Ross by revisiting our interview for their debut feature about small town America.
Documentary, Music, Podcasts
13th April, 2017
Matt Hopkins & Ben Lankester's feature doc follows five-piece rock band I Like Trains as they struggle to breakthrough after losing their record deal.
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’.
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