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Art, Food & Film Combine as Andrea Marini Pays Tribute to Chef Massimo Bottura in ‘A Visual Ode to...

Art & Fashion

17th July, 2019

Andrea Marini's pays tribute to Massimo Bottura’s edible masterpiece 'Camouflage: A Hare In The Woods' in his visually-arresting thematically-complex

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Negative Space

Animation, Asides

17th July, 2019

A man recalls the bonding experience of learning the intricacies of a well packed suitcase from his father in Tiny Inventions' 'Negative Space'.

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The Return of Filmstock, One of Britain’s Most Exciting Independent Film Festivals

Film Festival

16th July, 2019

Festival organisers Justin Doherty and Neil Fox give DN the lowdown on the return of Filmstock, one of Britain's greatest independent film festivals.

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Canblaster: Wild Horses

Animation, Asides, Music

16th July, 2019

A young couple clash over the prospect of life immortal while their city falls into civil unrest in Kévin Roualland and Maxime Dupuy’s 'Wild Horses'.

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A Woman Finds Herself Frozen out of the Office Spoils in Emmanuel Tenenbaum’s Uncomfortable Drama ‘Two Dollars’

Live Action

15th July, 2019

DN speaks to Montreal director Emmanuel Tenebaum about the advantages of making his uncomfortable office drama 'Two Dollars' under strict time pressures.

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Jerry LIU Unravels the Potential of Cryptocurrency Technology in ‘What Is a Blockchain Game?’

Animation, Documentary

12th July, 2019

Motion graphics animator Jerry Liu reveals how emerging technology, video games and cats inspired his lighthearted commentary on blockchain games.

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Ivan Olita Ventures into the Mythical Heart of the World’s Largest Salt Flat in ‘Tears of the Mountain’

Documentary

11th July, 2019

Ivan Olita explains how his fascination with creation stories drew him to make a film in the Uyuni Salt Flats, a place of myth, beauty & enviable energy.

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An Android Yearns for the Warm Embrace of Humanity in Jordan Parrott’s Sci-Fi Music Video ‘Coming up for Air’

Music

11th July, 2019

Cinematographer Jordan Parrott talks to DN about scratching his directorial itch for the transfixing sci-fi tale of an android who yearns to become human.

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David Findlay Explores the Nexus of Gabe ‘Nandez’s Malian Heritage & Daily Reality in Performance Promo ‘I.D.’

Music

10th July, 2019

David Findlay explains how he used emblems of African culture to explore the nexus between Gabe ‘Nandez’s heritage & his daily reality in 'I.D.'.

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Persian Empire: She Got Confused // He Wouldn’t Sleep

Animation, Asides, Music

10th July, 2019

Conlan Normington takes us on a road trip through the chaos & confusion of a breakup in trippy dual music video 'She Got Confused' & 'He Wouldn’t Sleep'.

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If Stranger Things was an 80s Anime

Animation, Asides

9th July, 2019

Humouring the Fates cook up an impressive alternative take on the upsidedown goings-on of Hawkins in animated short 'If Stranger Things was an 80s Anime'.

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A Personal Poem is Transformed into a Touching, Topical Animation in Laura Reedy’s ‘Ripple Home’

Animation

9th July, 2019

Animator Laura Reedy joins us to discuss how being apart from family and her Grandmother's plates inspired her 87-second short film 'Ripple Home'.

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