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Forthright Poem ‘Wake Up’ Reminds Us That Black Lives Matter Is a Movement, Not a Moment

Art & Fashion

7th August, 2020

Featuring blistering spoken word poetry, 'Wake Up' questions the long term resilience of Black Lives Matter allies in the ongoing fight for equality.

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rubberband. Share the Unique Process Behind Their Music Video for Lewis Del Mar’s ‘The Ceiling’

Music

6th August, 2020

rubberband. embraced the limitations of filming under quarantine to create 'The Ceiling' — a unique take on the music video filmed over one night.

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‘Gwen’ Director William Mcgregor Chronicles the Fight for Survival of an Ancestral Farm in ‘The Beekeeper’

Documentary

5th August, 2020

William McGregor discusses his new doc 'The Beekeeper' and returning to short form storytelling after the success of his debut feature 'Gwen'.

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An Automated Sexual Encounter Produces Enlightening Results in Kalainithan Kalaichelvan’s ‘80613’

Live Action, Premiere

4th August, 2020

Kalainithan Kalaichelvan takes DN through the important conversations surrounding consent he hopes to provoke with his experimental romance short '80613'.

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How Matt Genesis Utilised Remote Controlled Cameras for His Quirky Quarantine-Filmed Music Video ‘I Heard!’

Music

3rd August, 2020

Complex set builds & remotely-controlled camerawork didn't stop Matt Genesis from creating an ambitious music video in lockdown for Elliot Moss' 'I Heard!'

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A Pair of Autonomous Cars Ride and Romance Through a Crumbling World in Sam Mason’s CGI Promo ‘For Sure’

Animation, Music

31st July, 2020

Sam Mason walks us through the solo creation process behind CGI music video 'For Sure', the story of autonomous cars in love following a climate collapse.

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Two Brothers Reckon Over a Moment of Severe Misjudgment in Major Dorfman’s New York Drama ‘Heights’

Live Action, Premiere

30th July, 2020

Major Dorfman tells DN how he captured the intensity of New York for 'Heights' his moral tale of two brothers in the aftermath of a tragic incident.

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Wouter Sel & Thijs De Cloedt’s ‘Ghost Eye’ Hopes to “Kick You in the Teeth and Leave You Bewildered”

Animation

29th July, 2020

Journey into the world of taxi-driving low-life Johnny Supro in Wouter Sel & Thijs De Cloedt's moody animated neo-noir 'Ghost Eye'.

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Self-Love Is the Cure for a Broken Heart in Dan Lesser’s Vibrant Coming of Age Short ‘Come on Eileen’.

Live Action, Premiere

28th July, 2020

Battling a depressed mental state and a broken heart, Dan Lesser's 'Come on Eileen' sees its troubled protagonist dance her way to salvation.

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How Lenny Abrahamson Transformed Sally Rooney’s Best Selling Novel Into the Record-Breaking TV Event of the Year

Live Action

27th July, 2020

Lenny Abrahamson digs deep into TV series 'Normal People', from working with an Intimacy Coordinator for the first time to making subtle stories resonate.

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Sam Stillman Channels the Spirit of John Cassavetes for His Jazz-Centric New York Drama ‘Let’s Get Lost’

Live Action

24th July, 2020

Director Sam Stillman reveals how he captured the powerful and frenetic performances that populate his Manhattan jazz bar drama 'Let's Get Lost'.

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Louis Leblique Unearths CB Radio to Examine the Connection Between Anonymous Strangers in ‘Life on Air’

Documentary, Premiere

23rd July, 2020

Louis Leblique's 'Life on Air' sees the resurrection of CB Radio for a documentary on anonymous human connection via the world's first social media.

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