31st December, 2012
As 2012 rumbles to a close I can’t decide whether this was a vintage year for film or not. There have been some amazing films (as detailed below, and
30th December, 2012
We get to the end and we look back, and again, regardless of what they say, it’s a strong field full of fantastic movies of all kinds from all corners.
27th December, 2012
Motivation become clearer as time shifts backwards in Francois Ferracci’s unofficial music video for Sauvage’s Wolves.
26th December, 2012
I’m not sure where you’ve been seeking your Christmas tales of tolerance and acceptance this holiday season, but I’m betting that nothing
25th December, 2012
Directing brothers Aaron & Alex Craig run us through a gauntlet filled with strange goings on for Sufjan Stevens’ Silver & Gold track
How could we not post this bit of musical genius from Jimmy Fallon, Mariah Carey & The Roots today? Merry Christmas folks!
24th December, 2012
Tony Johnson ventures back into the forest but this time instead of a serenade for woodland creatures, he sets a lone girl in flight pursued by ghosts in
One of the delights Christmas has to offer is the animated seasons greetings from many of the folks we cover on DN throughout the year. And so here’s
Art & Fashion
22nd December, 2012
From the recently returned DN podcast guest, Kurtis Hough comes Toyland, a festive technicolor dreamland from The Ocean Floor.
A man lives out the dual realities of his vibrant past and stymied present in Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen’s pathos filled yet sublimely measure promo for
21st December, 2012
I hope you like the look of Nathan Sussex because director Tom Betts keeps the actor’s face in front and centre close up throughout his promo for Fist
A combination of portraiture and vérité, mixed with a poetically impressionistic voice over, Alan Spearman’s As I Am is one of the most powerful
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