Director Nathan Johnson invited DN to dig into the hazards of flying pins and sore fingers he faced during the creation of his mind-boggling stop motion music
El Vez gets that after sex buzz watching Rian Johnson's directorial debut.
Josh Sondock unpacks the ambitious technicality behind his multi-layered one-take music video about a musician making a music video.
"These are the films which most quickly jumped to my lips when asked the question what have you been watching?" MarBelle shares his top ten films of 2019.
DN looks forward to the 63rd Annual BFI London Film Festival, offering insight on what to catch from this year's extensive and exciting lineup of films.
This year saw me hit a strange balance where my feature watching was significantly impacted by the amount of online shorts I found myself watching, and being
DN favourite Rian Johnson reveals an insightful part of the pre-production process with his “fake trailer” using clips from other movies for
When Rian Johnson’s Brick came out in 2005, the class and confidence shown in the young filmmaker’s directorial debut blew me away. For those of you
Live Action, Premiere
Made in the wake of Brexit-inspired far-right hate crimes Bartek Sozanski's 'Live to Remain' deftly explores what could lead someone to commit such an act.
In 'Dear Lucas' director Winnie Cheung has crafted a time travel short in which the characters, not the tech, command our attention. Cheung joins us to discuss
OK I’ve finally stepped up and written this most fluid of lists down, so for better or worse, this is how I’ll recall my film viewing of 2006 when
For me, writing a top ten list always starts off as a fun little way of reviewing all the films (or music) I’ve enjoyed throughout the year, but then
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