Live Action, Premiere
20th September, 2019
Director Merlin Camozzi speaks to DN about manifesting a high-concept fantasy film on a micro-budget in cult horror short 'This Must Be The Place'.
Sinéad McDevitt reveals how she combined music, film, dance and VFX into a luminous celebration of authentic same-sex relationships in 'The Ocean'.
19th September, 2019
DN talks personal stories, maintaining aesthetics, and balancing multiple narratives with Lily Rose Thomas, writer/director of 'Girls Who Drink'.
18th September, 2019
A man undergoing a conformity test decides to give the researchers exactly what they want in Theo Gee and Ian Bousher's pitch dark comedy 'Aping'.
Asides, Live Action
After his eyes are opened to an all pervasive threat an unstable man spirals out of control in Ruairi Robinson’s sci-fi horror short 'Corporate Monster'.
17th September, 2019
Vincent René-Lortie and Diamondstein explain the intentions which underpinned the emotional resonance of their new music video 'Antique Stores'.
Tyler, the Creator leans into his IGOR alter-ego as his deteriorating romance runs its course in an opulent mansion in 'A Boy Is A Gun'.
16th September, 2019
Christian Einshøj tells DN how he extensively edited his short documentary 'Haunted' to most truthfully tell the story of his family's greatest loss.
Art & Fashion, Asides
The Blink Fish take us on a guided tour of the unique guests residing in the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Milan Fashion Week short 'Hotel MFW'.
Art & Fashion, Premiere
13th September, 2019
Emily Dynes tells DN how she worked with her actors and choreographer to develop the intimate movements required for her intense dance short 'Slowly'.
A music video collaboration we hope runs and runs, Henry Scholfield is back ripping up lesser MCs with Stomzy in swaggering promo 'Sounds of the Skeng'.
A manic drugs binge turns into a surreal Pinocchio hallucination of epic proportions in Ian Pons Jewell’s promo for Beardyman’s '6am (Ready to Write)'.
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