31st December, 2013
It’s New Years Eve and all of us here at DN would like to thank you for spending 2013 in our company and wish you all the best for the coming year.
Spending a lot more time watching short films this year, once again 2013 has seen my feature film viewing decrease somewhat from previous years – making
I’ve hardly done any film this year. Instead I’ve been seriously hooked on TV – Sons of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, Dexter, The Returned, Game of Thrones,
30th December, 2013
When MarBelle asked me for my Top Ten of 2013 I wondered if I should bother. He’s seen 12 Years a Slave and I have not. However, it would be churlish of
28th December, 2013
What a year for viewing. It feels odd to be picking a top ten list exclusively from films as 2013 for me was the year of astounding television – both
27th December, 2013
A strange year for me personally and professionally. Living in Cornwall now and finishing my doctorate means I’ve missed many films that would
25th December, 2013
It may well have been said many times, many ways but we think Eoin Duffy, Blue Zoo and Griff all do a mighty good job of wishing us all a Merry Christmas in
23rd December, 2013
A nonagenarian seeing out his remaining lonely days receives a package that sends him on his way to great beyond with happy memories of times gone by in
21st December, 2013
Ink and choreographed motion interplay beautifully in Alan Kępski and Marcin Klinger’s sublimely graceful film for Anoice’s Autumn Waltz.
20th December, 2013
We are extremely honoured to be able to bring you the premiere of Ruben Woodin Dechamps' latest Gallivant Session, which sees Emily Wells performing
19th December, 2013
Even my cold jaded heart couldn’t help but be charmed by the seasonal enthusiasm of Bruce Mertz, the festive light maestro at the centre of screenwriter
18th December, 2013
If you thought nanomedicine wasn’t a field packed full of rocket-resistant monsters battling it out against heroic polymers to decide the fate of a
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