18th April, 2018
Alex Dunford reimagines the hellish slog of a London commute as a surreal unforgiving assault course in stylish dystopian animated short 'Five Thirty Five'.
12th April, 2018
A soldier yearns for a love never lost whilst battling the debilitating emotional darkness of PTSD in Fraser Rigg’s 16mm short 'ALEGNA'.
11th April, 2018
Ainslie Henderson reveals how he turns ‘stuff’ into stop motion characters, eager to play out their one off animated roles in 'Stems'.
5th April, 2018
DN spoke to Jack Benjamin Gill about crafting family-thriller 'Lambing Season' and using his own experiences as a touchstone for authentic storytelling.
3rd April, 2018
If the pressures of life ever feel like they’re get too much Bad Studio’s Andrew Brand has the perfect solution for you in the 'Relaxatron 5000'.
2nd April, 2018
Robin Mason provides an engaging snapshot of opinions from 15-18-year-olds about growing up in the UK in doc short 'Swindon – A Portrait of Youth'.
Film Festival, Live Action
30th March, 2018
Ben Ockrent tells DN how he created and structured Sir Ian McKellen's narration around the edit for his adult fairytale short 'Edmund The Magnificent'.
Asides, Live Action
27th March, 2018
Things get bloody in Bob Pipe’s comedy/horror The Monster when a genteel Hammer-era monster falls for his leading lady on the set of a modern day slasher.
24th March, 2018
An initially awkward encounter between a young girl and her Dad's hired escort evolves into an unexpected friendship in Ellie Rogers' 'Outlines'.
Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action
23rd March, 2018
The British Council and BFI Flare Festival continue their global, digital LGBTQ+ online film festival #FiveFilms4Freedom.
DN speaks to Dean Puckett about 'The Sermon' his allegorical folklore horror short about a isolated village reaching boiling point.
20th March, 2018
DN looks forward to another programme of the best in LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world at the BFI Flare London Film Festival 2018.
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