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Taisia Deeva Warns Against the Dangers of Blind Faith & Unquestioning Obedience in ‘Part Twelve’

Music

19th March, 2020

Taisia Deeva guides DN through the creation of her music video warning about the dangers of blind faith within a patriarchal totalitarian community.

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How Colin Read Used Innovative VFX Solutions for ‘Walls’ – A Story of Migration, Displacement & Family Separation

Music

13th March, 2020

Colin Read lifts the lid on how he pulled off the VFX feat of stitching together surreal, animated walls without the assistance of a motion control rig.

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A Sexual Predator Get What’s Coming to Him in Kate Dolan’s Satisfying Revenge Horror Short ‘Catcalls’

Live Action

13th March, 2020

Kate Dolan delivers the cathartic experience of seeing a sexual predator on the receiving end of some gruesome feline justice in horror short 'Catcalls'.

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Witness the Epic Rise & Fall of a Civilisation in Eidy Knowles’ Breathtaking 3D Animation ‘Babamimoun’

Animation, Music

13th March, 2020

Eidy Knowles joins DN with epic sci-fi animated music video 'Babamimoun' and takes us through the 18 month solo-creation of this 3D race through evolution.

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Jillian Lake Banishes Heartache With a Blast of Sad Girl Karaoke in Devon Mussett’s One-Shot Music Video ‘Oliver’

Music

6th March, 2020

We talk to director Devon Mussett about capturing a devastating round of sad girl karaoke in a single shot for Jillian Lake's break up anthem 'Oliver'.

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A Paramedic Is Forced to Confront the Inevitability of Heartbreaking Loss in Frank Donnangelo’s ‘The Motions’

Live Action, Premiere

4th March, 2020

An overworked paramedic struggles to maintain focus in her life when her terminally ill husband asks her to end his in Frank Donnangelo's 'The Motions'.

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Gabriel Francis Discovers Personal Growth Amidst the Turbulence of Unexpected Changes in Dry Comedy ‘Perisher’

Live Action

2nd March, 2020

Gabriel Francis on dry comedy 'Perisher', the story of a high school graduate, a geologist and a retired racehorse facing uncertain futures in a small town

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An Asshole AI Runs Roughshod Over Its Creators in Joel Jay Blacker’s Comedy Sci-Fi Series ‘Who You Are’

Live Action

28th February, 2020

Director Joel Jay Blacker returns to DN with comedy sci-fi series 'Who You Are' and tells us how he brought an asshole AI to foul-mouthed life.

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A Young Woman Struggles to Forge a New Path in a Foreign City in James&James’ Experimental Short ‘Léa’

Live Action

24th February, 2020

James&James return to DN with new short 'Léa', an exploration of a young woman in a foreign city struggling to figure out what life has in store for her.

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The Conquest Goals of a Teen Holiday Shake the Foundations of Friendship in Thea Hvistendahl’s ‘Virgins4Lyfe’

Live Action, Premiere

20th February, 2020

DN speaks to Thea Hvistendahl about her coming of age drama 'Virgins4Lyfe' - a short which sees the carnal agenda of a holiday test a teen friendship.

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The Frivolity of a Co-Dependent Friendship Takes a Turn Towards Toxic in Waley Wang’s ‘Julie & I’

Art & Fashion

20th February, 2020

A co-dependent pair of femmes' closer than close friendship tips into the realm of toxicity in Waley Wang's whimsical anti-fashion flick 'Julie & I'.

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Scott Perry Illustrates the Power of Heroes to Pave the Way in Inspirational Nike Spot ‘Queens Lead’

Documentary

18th February, 2020

Scott Perry walks DN through inspirational Nike spot 'Queens Lead' - an exhilarating illustration of how personal heroes pave the way for future Queens.

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