DN revels in film writer Ashley Clark’s diverse, sensitive and enthralling curation for the BFI's celebration of black actors on film and TV.
“Cinema isn’t dead, it’s morphing and you have to keep looking for it.” Dr Neil Fox challenges those bemoaning the death of cinema to expand their
Cornish brothers Brett and Simon Harvey discuss ‘Brown Willy', their moving and funny two-hander set entirely in the environs of Cornwall's Bodmin Moor.
Christmas is over and the new year is almost upon us and so as tradition dictates, Dr. Neil Fox takes up the vanguard of the DN Best Features of 2015 lists.
In light of the BFI's new film Noir releases from two of the world's most celebrated directors, DN rediscovers the classics & probes the depths of 'film
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Coinciding with the world premiere of Cornish feature 'Bronco’s House' DN is proud to host a conversation between Dr. Neil Fox and filmmaker Mark Jenkin.
Penelope Spheeris & Anna Fox join us to discuss the long overdue release of 'The Decline Of Western Civilization' - a momentous trio of documentaries tracking
Prompted by the forthcoming release of Chuck Workman’s new documentary DN ponders the both brilliant and tragic career of cinematic titan Orson Welles.
"The battle for cinema is one that can be won if the lines of the conflict are redrawn." Neil Fox musters his forces as he ranks his top ten 2014.
With the Soda Pictures' release this week of the Jim Jarmusch Collection Blu-ray box set we explore the value of music in the seminal filmmaker's early films:
Reichardt is not a great female director. She is a great director. Period. Seeing her work collected together is a reminder that she is a supreme chronicler of
"The book is extensive and thoughtful in covering all the areas of thinking, planning and action required when considering content in the contemporary
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