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A Wealth Family Find Themselves at the Mercy of Their Dead Patriarch in Matt Kazman’s ‘Father Figurine’

Live Action

19th November, 2019

Matt Kazman shares how his morbidly funny swipe at the 1% 'Father Figurine' was inspired the first family & helped along by a mould of an old man’s head.

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An Unexpected Moment of Kindness Sparks a Joyous Dance Spectacular in Nick Borenstein’s Comedy Short ‘Sweater’

Live Action

13th November, 2019

In his joyous dance comedy short 'Sweater' Nick Borenstein reminds us that sometimes all we need to our groove back is a small act of kindness.

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Meredith Hama-Brown Journeys from This Life to the Hereafter in Entrancing Alaskan Tapes Film ‘And, We Disappear’

Music

13th November, 2019

Meredith Hama-Brown reveals the pivotal role light played in conveying the shifting tones of her surreal journey to the afterlife in 'And, We Disappear'.

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A Pair of Quarrelsome Brothers Get a Final Chance to Say Goodbye in Jon Olav Stokke’s ‘Our Father’s Cabin’

Live Action, Premiere

12th November, 2019

When the past merges with the present, two half brothers get a last chance to say goodbye in Jon Olav Stokke's fractious family drama 'Our Father's Cabin'.

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The Fear of Pain Comes Between Two Lovers in Ross Allen’s Romance Drama ‘The Limit of Love’

Live Action, Premiere

8th November, 2019

Ross Allen shares how he subverted audience expectations in his exploration of the paradox of loving eternally whilst fearing the end 'The Limit of Love'.

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Adam Kiers Bids a Warm Farewell to an Iconic Sydney Apartment Block in Stylised Dance Music Video ‘Finally’

Music

6th November, 2019

Director Adam Kiers tells DN why he wanted to pay homage to Sydney's Glenview Court in his beautifully stylised dance music video for No Mono's 'Finally'.

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A Transwoman Mechanic’s Compartmentalised Existence Threatens to Crumble in Asher Jelinsky’s ‘Miller & Son’

Live Action

5th November, 2019

Asher Jelinsky weighs up the risks & rewards of living as our authentic selves in their story of a transwoman mechanic whose separate lives begin to merge

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David Findlay Celebrates the Compulsions of the Restless Mind in Visual Poem ‘You Know Where You Belong’

Art & Fashion

31st October, 2019

David Findlay casts a meditative eye on the idiosyncratic quirks and compulsions of human behaviour in visual poem piece 'You Know Where You Belong'.

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A Mother and Daughter Attempt to Bridge the Distance Between Them in Kana Hatakeyama’s ‘Okaasan (Mom)’

Live Action

30th October, 2019

A mother & daughter attempt to reconnect after dealing with the death of a beloved family member in Kana Hatakeyama’s quietly observed short Okaasan (Mom)

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Andrew Blackman Delves Deep into the Fantastical World of Artist Gui Taccetti in Immersive Documentary ‘Inferno’

Art & Fashion, Documentary, Premiere

28th October, 2019

Andrew Blackman guides us through the process of documenting Gui Taccetti’s artistic practice in the lead up his most ambitious exhibition, 'Inferno'.

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Joscha Bongard & Felix Schreiber Explore the Virtual Space of a Long-Term Long-Distance Relationship in ‘VITRUM’

Live Action, Premiere

25th October, 2019

Joscha Bongard & Felix Schreiber discuss using the vertical frame to explore the virtual space of a long-term long-distance relationship in 'VITRUM'.

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Vellas Plunges Us into an Intense Fight for Survival in the Chaotic Heart of Conflict in ‘Ghost Recon Breakpoint’

Live Action

24th October, 2019

VELLAS transports us into the chaotic heart of conflict in Ubisoft's cinematic live action launch trailer for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.

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