UK Tag Archive

A Man Wrestles With His Role in the Violence & Exploitation of Small Town Life in David Schofield’s ‘Remora’

Live Action

16th March, 2018

Director David Schofield takes Directors Notes behind the scenes of his tough seaside story of hard lives and hard decisions, Remora.

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Addy

Asides, Live Action

15th March, 2018

An impoverished young girl finds her grief over the death of a family pet met by cold indifference by her unsympathetic father in Matty Crawford’s short.

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Kathryn Ferguson Explores The Meaning of Luxury Amidst The Pressures of Modern Society in ‘The Greatest Luxury’

Art & Fashion, Documentary

13th March, 2018

Consisting of in-depth interviews, poetry and visual metaphors from radical artists, Kathryn Ferguson's vivid documentary explores the meaning of luxury.

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Young

Art & Fashion, Asides

12th March, 2018

Manchester filmmaker Charlie Watts interrogates what it means to be part of the swipe generation in stylish short film 'Young'.

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Dodie: Secret for the Mad

Animation, Asides, Music

10th March, 2018

Animator Hannah Jacobs takes the simple activity of kite flying and turns it into an utterly captivating music video for Dodie track 'Secret for the Mad'.

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A Prickly Subject

Art & Fashion, Asides

8th March, 2018

Helen Plumb's poetic all female collaborative short 'A Prickly Subject' questions the pervasive pressure on women to remove their body hair.

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A Smear Test Takes a Turn for the Worse in Kate Herron’s Horror Comedy ‘Smear’

Live Action

8th March, 2018

Kate Herron returns to DN to discuss how she tackled the uncomfortable subject matter of a smear test in her new horror comedy short.

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Sam Ashby Reflects on the 1960s Fight for Gay Equality in Documentary/Drama Hybrid ‘The Colour of His Hair’

Documentary, Live Action

7th March, 2018

Sam Ashby discusses blending documentary, drama and a forgotten unrealised script for his impressionistic meditation on queer life in 1960s Britain.

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Rutger Bregman on Radical Ideas and Why They Still Matter

Animation, Asides

6th March, 2018

Stephen McNally animates an extract of author/historian Rutger Bregman’s talk for The RSA on our need to employ utopian thinking to enact social change.

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A Man Searches for the Spark to Reignite His Lust for Life in Award-Winning Animation ‘A Little Grey’

Animation, Premiere

5th March, 2018

Making its online premiere today, we speak to Simon Hewitt & Steve Smith about sweetening pathos with comedy in their animated short 'A Little Grey'.

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Culture Trip Hope to Inspire a Life of Adventure with Hybrid Doc ‘Elspeth Beard – Riding into History’

Animation, Documentary

28th February, 2018

Culture Trip look to spread the flame of adventure by sharing the tale of Elspeth Beard - the first British woman to motorcycle around the world.

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Step Into the Dark World of Tattoo Artist João Bosco in Autobahn’s ‘Skulls Snakes and the Flower of Death’

Art & Fashion, Documentary

27th February, 2018

We speak to Autobahn about snakes, skulls & the flesh sacrifice made for their lyrical portrait of the alluringly dark world of tattoo artist João Bosco.

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