UK Tag Archive

Sam Jones: The life of a Teenage Filmmaker

Live Action

29th March, 2017

17yr old Filmmaker Sam Jones joins us to discuss motivation, inspiration, BFI Funding and the best filmmaking advice he ever received.

Read more

BFI Flare 2017: And In The End…

Film Festival

27th March, 2017

“It may have been my first time at BFI Flare, but it definitely won’t be my last.” DN shares our highlights from Europe’s largest LGBT film

Read more

Going Back to Grass Roots With Director Lewis Arnold and His Ode to Amateur Football ‘Sunday Sunday’

Live Action

26th March, 2017

Lewis Arnold takes time out from directing 'Humans' & 'Broadchurch' to discuss his ode to grass roots football 'Sunday Sunday'.

Read more

BFI Flare 2017: Bigger and Better

Film Festival

14th March, 2017

James Maitre looks ahead to this year's celebration of some of the world's best LGBT features & shorts on offer at the burgeoning BFI Flare Film

Read more

Harry Sherriff: What I Learnt from Making 12 Short films in 12 Months

Live Action

13th March, 2017

In 2016 Manchester-based writer-director Harry Sherriff made 12 short films in 12 months - read about what he learnt from this experience.

Read more

Trim Lamba’s Snapchat Short ‘Cracked Screen’ Delivers a Horrifying Tale of Social Media Living

Live Action

27th February, 2017

Director Trim Lamba discusses his Snapchat-based short which follows the self-broadcast life of a young woman before, during and after a terrible incident.

Read more

Robots Meet Their Demise at the Hands of Michael Marczewski’s Malfunctioning Mechanisms in ‘Vicious Cycle’

Animation

21st February, 2017

In Michael Marczewski's animation, industrious robots find their repetitive work rewarded by a brutal demise at the hands of malfunctioning mechanisms.

Read more

Rubika Shah’s ‘White Riot: London’ Reveals How a Punk Fanzine United a Generation Against British Racism

Documentary

15th February, 2017

Rubika Shah's documentary explores the status quo bucking role played by a punk fanzine in the racial tinderbox of a 1970s Britain divided by immigration.

Read more

Shy Luv Clones Cascade Down the Bodies of Giant Junoesque Women in Bif’s Enthralling ‘Shock Horror’ Music Video

Music

6th February, 2017

DN caught up with Fabrice and Jules of London directing duo Bif to discover how they got Shy Luv clones to tumble down the sensuous bodies of giant women.

Read more

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.

Read more

Mistaken Identity Leads to a Fight for Survival in Chris Chung’s Action-Comedy Short ‘Soho Jimbo’

Live Action

23rd January, 2017

Selected for the Directors UK ALEXA challenge, Chris Chung brings his action-comedy experience to bear in a martial arts tale of mistaken identity.

Read more

Ben Cox Journeys into the Vivid Mind of a Creator in ‘Alan Williams Metal Artist: Creatures of the Deep’

Documentary

20th January, 2017

Ben Cox discusses the inspiration and creative process behind his portrait documentary which introduces us to the vivid mind of a Brighton metal artist.

Read more