16th November, 2018
Patrick Mason talks to DN about getting to grips with the subtle art of foreshadowing and how his mystery box short 'Ayuda' went from thriller to horror.
Asides, Live Action
Charlotte Regan reunites with actor Neil Maskell for Random Acts short 'Little Monster' the emotive story of a father’s prison phone call to his daughter.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
15th November, 2018
Sara Colangelo joins us to discuss her process for working with actors, the advantages of a Netflix release and why directing shouldn't be a dictatorship.
Art & Fashion
We talk to Alec Battistoni about grappling with the inevitable staleness of long-term passion in dual format, experimental dance short 'Pattern, Break'.
RCA student Cheng-Hsu Chung picks at the painful wound inflicted by professing your love only to have it brushed aside in animated short 'A Daily Chat'.
Live Action, Premiere
14th November, 2018
Simon K Matthews discusses the cathartic experience of turning heartache into cringe comedy in his relationship trilogy of shorts 'Based on a True Story'.
A cautionary tale made for our always connected era, Mighty Nice's 'Get Your Brain Back' ad spot encourages us to no longer be slaves to technology.
Animation, Art & Fashion
13th November, 2018
Adam Priester speaks to DN about capturing the reverent feeling the act of creation imbues in us with his self-reflective CGI grad short 'Hallow'.
Civil unrest and urban chaos break out on the streets of São Paulo in Cisma’s politically charged music video for Criolo track Boca de Lobo.
12th November, 2018
Finn Keenan shares how a clever pitch concept quickly escalated into a gravity defying production challenge in need of a solution in 'Back & Forth'.
Lumi Lausas constructs a pastel parade of perfect poses for shoegaze twosome The Day in enigmatic dream pop music video 'Where The Wild Things Are'.
Art & Fashion, Documentary
9th November, 2018
Manfred Borsch & Jacqueline Hochmuth talk to DN about creating a hybrid doc/dance film for dancer Maura Morales' exploration of love, art and home.
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