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Washing Up Turns Into a Desperate Fight for Survival in Kai Krause’s Kitchen Sink Horror ‘Just Married’

Live Action

24th September, 2018

Kai Krause talks to DN about kitchen sink horror 'Just Married', a cautionary tale of how a normal day can turn into a life or death fight for survival.

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Julia Kupiec Peels Back the Facade of a Picture Perfect Family in Jake Tavill Music Video ‘Truth’

Music

21st September, 2018

Director Julia Kupiec tells DN how she created a satirical music video of a picture perfect family in emotional freefall for Jake Tavill’s 'Truth'.

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Jamil & Pat Ask What It Means to Be From Somewhere in Hometown Documentary ‘Fall River’

Documentary

20th September, 2018

Jamil & Pat document the personal story of a family’s tragedy, their once-thriving hometown and how hope can blossom in unexpected places in 'Fall River'.

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A Woman Experiences the Holiday of a Lifetime Without Leaving Her Hotel Room in Joe Gomez’s ‘Ocean Breeze’

Live Action

14th September, 2018

Joe Gomez joins DN to discuss how a stream of generic hotel rooms & the support of Nashville's creative community led to his new short 'Ocean Breeze'.

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Rebecca Culverhouse Presents Life’s Perfect Moments in Unsettling Random Acts Social Media Horror ‘#eatpretty’

Art & Fashion, Live Action

10th September, 2018

Rebecca Culverhouse shares how disillusionment with the distortions of social media inspired the creation of her Random Acts horror short #eatpretty.

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Jono Seneff Taps Into the Emotional Power of the Tesla Model 3 in Heartwarming Spec Commercial ‘Feel It’

Live Action

5th September, 2018

Jono Seneff tells DN how a dream and the experience of hearing loss inspired him to create emotionally resonating spec ad 'Feel It' for the Tesla Model 3.

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An Isolated Man’s Overactive Imagination Leads to Nefarious Actions in Thriller ‘Fire On The Second Floor’

Live Action

3rd September, 2018

A socially isolated man's overactive imagination paves the way to nefarious actions in Joshua & Tom Calder’s thriller 'Fire On The Second Floor'.

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A Malevolent A.I. Teaches us Critical Skills in Jon Dunleavy’s Subversive ‘The ALT Guide to Character Design’

Animation

28th August, 2018

Jon Dunleavy tells DN how he devised a malevolent A.I. to provide a subversive initiation into the art of character design principles in his new short.

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Charlotte Regan Pushes the Boundaries of Documentary in Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere Short ‘Drug Runner’

Documentary

22nd August, 2018

Dana Lockwood talks to dir. Charlotte Regan about conveying the perspective of personal reality in her docu-drama about a 15 year old cocaine dealer.

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A Lost Man Reaches a Violent Point of No Return in Justin Suttles’ Disquieting ‘A Quiet Morning’

Live Action

20th August, 2018

Justin Suttles joins DN with disquieting short 'A Quiet Morning' and reveals how the unease of stillness informed his approach to production.

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Julian Tuna Weaves Together an Infectious Mix of Tradition & Youthful Exuberance in ‘Romani’

Music

16th August, 2018

Sydney-based filmmaker Julian Tuna joins DN to discuss combining tradition with youthful exuberance in his infectiously energetic music video 'Romani'.

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Memories of a Beloved Shopping Trolley Chart the Bond of Friendship in Ruda Santos’ ‘Jabulani’

Documentary, Live Action

1st August, 2018

Ruda Santos shares how fond memories of a shopping trolley led to an endearing walk with friends down memory lane in docufiction short 'Jabulani'.

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