18th January, 2018
Documentary dir. Duncan Cowles takes a humorous look at the world of freelance filmmaking with his Random Acts stock footage masterpiece 'Taking Stock'.
11th January, 2018
Lisbon born, London based director João Retorta discusses the creation of his docu-fiction ode to his hometown, 'Uma Da Manhã (01 AM)'.
Animation, Art & Fashion
20th July, 2017
Filmmakers Noah Harris & Andy Biddle create stop motion magic from the detritus of car boot sale bargains in Village Green's spectacular 8-part showcase.
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
12th November, 2013
Commissioned by Random Acts, Nanda Fernandez Brédillard set out on a day long journey into the streets of Mexico City to capture an visual and auditory
4th November, 2013
Throughout human history perpetrators of abhorrent practices have often been able to sheath themselves in a justification cloak of ‘tradition’
14th October, 2013
With a title that immediately conjures images of the male head of a family, it will be no surprise that Reggie Yates’ first foray into the world of
21st August, 2013
An inexplicable sound from the flat above leaves Jeff sleepless and anxious to find out the truth about what’s really going on upstairs.
3rd July, 2013
Directors Karni and Saul are no strangers to the pages of DN, so we were mighty please to hear that they’ve taken up a place amongst the stand out
Art & Fashion
26th June, 2013
“We move, we fight…we learn not to give up” In Cristina Molino’s beautifully poetic Random Acts film Keep Dancing, an ice skater
14th June, 2013
I seem to recall describing Matt Lambert’s WAR promo as a somewhat visceral experience? Pah, what did I know! Making his earlier Fickmaschinen look
3rd June, 2013
We’ve been following the work of Andrew ‘GRIFF’ Griffin for some time now – ever since we were initially bowled over by the emotional power
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