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Werner Vivier walks us through the narrative developing cinematography and surprising shifts of tone of his expectation subverting drama short.
Abi Damaris Corbin discusses the careful blocking, Demme-inspired close-ups and deep collaboration which underpin her portrayal of a larger-than-life heist.
Actor Erik Odom tells DN why rehearsal time with his scene partner was key to the success of his directorial debut about shame manifest in demon form.
Natko Stipaničev talks to us about mimicking stop motion with 2D & 3D to create his bizarre animated world aboard a doomed transoceanic cruise ship.
Split between the Scottish and International competition, this year's Glasgow Shorts Film Festival selection is in typically fine form.
James Slater talks about the unconventional approach to documenting illness he employed for his documentary celebrating a uniquely positive outlook on life.
We speak to Audrey Mascina about her strong desire to challenge the limits of how sexuality in all its glory can be captured and presented by filmmakers.
Jimmy Olsson speaks to us about drawing on his own fatherhood anxieties when constructing his drama about a maturing daughter pulling away for her father.
Lado Kvataniya discusses reconnecting with his Georgian roots for his innovative 16mm music video about an invisible connection with a departed loved one.
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