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Srdan Golubović on Creating a Balkan Version of ‘Paris, Texas’ in Devastating Family Separation Drama ‘Otac’

Film Festival, Live Action

28th February, 2020

Srdan Golubović's compelling tale of dogged determination 'Otac' details one man's extraordinary 300km journey on foot to save his family.

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Pac-Man to Panic Attacks: Case Jernigan Breaks Down the Intricacies of his Personal Portrait ‘eggshell’

Animation

27th February, 2020

Hoping to "inspire people to feel empathy for those who are struggling" Case Jernigan discusses the motivation behind his latest short 'eggshell'.

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Matias Bolla Provides a Glimpse Into the Lives of Isolated Patagonian Gauchos in Enthralling Doc ‘Campesinos’

Documentary, Premiere

26th February, 2020

DN speaks with documentarian Matias Bolla about 'Campesinos' his film about the lives of Chilean gauchos, and their journey of tradition and endurance.

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Matias Mariani Creates a Fresh Vision of the São Paulo Immigrant Experience in Debut Feature ‘Shine Your Eyes’

Film Festival, Live Action

26th February, 2020

We speak to Matias Mariani about his debut feature 'Shine Your Eyes', discussing the history of São Paulo, immigrant identity and horse racing betting.

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Ania Bajorek Freezes the Follies of Youth in Time for Drone Shot Motion Photograph Music Video ‘Ogień’

Music

25th February, 2020

Ania Bajorek explains why drones were an essential production tool for the series of motion photographs created for teen tableaux music video 'Ogień'.

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Jia Zhang-Ke Returns to His Hometown of Fenyang for Chinese History Doc ‘Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue’

Documentary, Film Festival

24th February, 2020

DN spoke to legendary director Jia Zhang-ke at Belinale 2020 about returning to his hometown of Fenyang for new doc 'Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue'.

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A Young Woman Struggles to Forge a New Path in a Foreign City in James&James’ Experimental Short ‘Léa’

Live Action

24th February, 2020

James&James return to DN with new short 'Léa', an exploration of a young woman in a foreign city struggling to figure out what life has in store for her.

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The Passion of Desire Spans Decades in Lucio Castro’s Queer Romance Feature ‘End of the Century’

Live Action

21st February, 2020

Lucio Castro talks to us about reuniting two men for a one night stand whose seeds were sown 20 years earlier in his debut feature 'End of the Century'.

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Relive the True Story of a Lonely Seabird & his Hopeless Love in Natasza Cetner’s Animated Short ‘Nigel’

Animation

21st February, 2020

Inspired by Japanese woodprints & Michael Dudok de Wit's 'The Red Turtle', Natasza Cetner discusses her RCA graduation film 'Nigel'.

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The Conquest Goals of a Teen Holiday Shake the Foundations of Friendship in Thea Hvistendahl’s ‘Virgins4Lyfe’

Live Action, Premiere

20th February, 2020

DN speaks to Thea Hvistendahl about her coming of age drama 'Virgins4Lyfe' - a short which sees the carnal agenda of a holiday test a teen friendship.

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The Frivolity of a Co-Dependent Friendship Takes a Turn Towards Toxic in Waley Wang’s ‘Julie & I’

Art & Fashion

20th February, 2020

A co-dependent pair of femmes' closer than close friendship tips into the realm of toxicity in Waley Wang's whimsical anti-fashion flick 'Julie & I'.

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Art Duo HOVVER’s Immersive Installations Are Illuminated in Alex Ramsey’s Doc ‘Tracing Light’

Art & Fashion, Documentary

19th February, 2020

Alex Ramsey illuminates the process of New York-based Art duo HOVVER and their diligently creative installations in documentary short 'Tracing Light'.

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