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Eli Powers Contemplates the Power of Miracles in Unexpected Places in Metaphysical Short ‘Holy Moses’

Live Action

26th May, 2020

Eli Powers joins us with 'Holy Moses', his absurdist tale about miracles and what happens when ordinary people come face to face with the extraordinary.

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Useless Superpowers & Toxic Friendship: Wade Into the Weird World of Christopher Good’s ‘Crude Oil’

Live Action

14th May, 2020

Christopher Good joins us with 'Crude Oil' a comedy not bound by stylistic or narrative conventions which explores toxic friendship & useless superpowers.

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A Celebrity Anti-Drugs PSA Degenerates Into Hallucinatory Chaos in Yousef’s ‘Braindead’

Music

12th May, 2020

If anti-drugs PSAs provided practical demonstrations they might look something like Yousef's freaky (and entertaining as hell) 'Braindead' promo.

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Chelsea Devantez Mines the Ills of Obsessive Social Stalking in Deliciously Acerbic SXSW Comedy ‘Basic’

Live Action

7th May, 2020

Have you ever hate scrolled through someone’s social media account? Then Chelsea Devantez’s deliciously acerbic SXSW comedy 'Basic' is for you.

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Out of Comfort Reclaim an Identity Outside the Bonds of Conformity in Kinetic Fashion Short ‘The Heist’

Art & Fashion, Premiere

17th April, 2020

Cinematographer/co-creator John Ross takes DN inside the making of 'The Heist', an exhilarating fashion film statement of liberation from Out of Comfort.

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A Pair of Sisters Live out an Endless Summer in a Timeless World in Ayla Spaans’ ‘About Two Girls’

Art & Fashion

15th April, 2020

Ayla Spaans tells us how her tight knit crew captured the feeling of an endless summer for playful celebration of sisterhood 'About Two Girls'.

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An Act of Jealousy Leads to Devastating Repercussions in Victoria Rivera’s Coming of Age Short ‘Night Swim’

Live Action

10th April, 2020

Victoria Rivera talks flawed protagonists, the morality of inaction and making audiences uncomfortably complicit in her gut punch of a short 'Night Swim'.

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Politics & Religion Conspire to Bequeath Eternal Youth on the Powerful in Andzej Gavriss’ ‘You’re Born’

Music

6th April, 2020

Andzej Gavriss provides us with a detailed walk through of the sub-zero challenges he had to surmount for Aigel's eternal youth music video 'You're Born'.

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An Absurd Act of Violence Becomes the Ultimate Form of Creative Self-Expression in Dorny Sunday’s ‘Judith’

Live Action, Premiere

3rd April, 2020

Dorny Sunday takes DN behind the scenes of his new short 'Judith', an unreliable portrait of violence as the ultimate form of creative self-expression.

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Daniel Henry Explores the Balance Between Impermanence and Sameness in Cathartic Road Trip Music Video ‘Tan’

Music

2nd April, 2020

Director Daniel Henry provides a shotgun view of his cathartic black & white exploration of impermanence and sameness in 35mm road trip music video 'Tan'.

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Patrick Muhlberger Unleashes the Chaos of Well Meaning Idiots in His Frenetic One-Shot Comedy Short ‘Hot Dog’

Live Action

31st March, 2020

Patrick Muhlberger returns with one-shot comedy 'Hot Dog' and explains why he abandoned his usual stylish tricks in favour of an energetic roving camera.

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Sibling Rivalry Gets Deadly in the Gruelling World of Professional Gymnastics in Paris Zarcilla’s ‘Pommel’

Live Action

31st March, 2020

Paris Zarcilla takes us inside the intense world of competitive gymnastics and the tumultuous relationship of 2 brothers vying for validation in 'Pommel'.

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