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A Family Recall the Uncanny Tale of a Mother and the Ghost of Her Son in Christian Einshøj’s ‘Haunted’

Documentary, Premiere

16th September, 2019

Christian Einshøj tells DN how he extensively edited his short documentary 'Haunted' to most truthfully tell the story of his family's greatest loss.

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Emily Dynes Traverses the Intersection of Intimacy & Trauma in Her Moving Dance Short ‘Slowly’

Art & Fashion, Premiere

13th September, 2019

Emily Dynes tells DN how she worked with her actors and choreographer to develop the intimate movements required for her intense dance short 'Slowly'.

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Paul Hairston Tracks a Fight Club Seeking to End Death in the Streets in ‘Lions in the Corner’

Documentary

11th September, 2019

Paul Hairston's short doc 'Lions in the Corner' follows Streetbeefs, a fight club in Virginia set up to stop the extreme consequences of local violence.

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Meet Roy Samuelson, the Voice-Over Artist Helping the Blind & Visually Impaired Experience Films

Article

6th September, 2019

Roy Samuelson tells DN how he's using his talents as a Voice-Over artist to aid the movie-going experience for blind and visually impaired audiences.

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Erica Rose Aims to Change the Perception of Female Sexuality on Screen in Potent Drama Short ‘Girl Talk’

Live Action

5th September, 2019

'Girl Talk' director Erica Rose on how she worked with her actors towards creating a safe environment for intimate scenarios and intense emotional scenes.

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Victor Claramunt Approaches the Impending Doom of the Plastic Crisis with Youth & Humour in ‘La Mer’

Art & Fashion

3rd September, 2019

DN speaks with Victor Claramunt about the creation of his humorous and youthful ecological art film confronting the impending plastic crisis 'La Mer'.

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Daniel Antebi Compiles the Fragments of a Lost Relationship Through Memories & Dance in ‘Unfold’

Live Action

30th August, 2019

DN speaks with Daniel Antebi about choreography, developing relationship history, and the narratological structure of memories for romance short 'Unfold'.

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Arne Totz Documents the Life of a Legendary Blind Boxer in ‘Dear Enemy: The Journey of Bashir’

Documentary

28th August, 2019

Arne Totz reveals how he created stirring doc 'Dear Enemy: The Journey of Bashir', the story of Bashir Ramathan, a blind boxer from the slums of Uganda.

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Love

Asides, Live Action

28th August, 2019

Director Ben Lankester returns to DN with a modern and intimate visual adaption of Polish writer Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska's poem 'Love'.

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It’s Get Out Meets Groundhog Day in Tomson Tee’s Dark Suburban Satire ‘Nobody I Can Trust’

Music

27th August, 2019

Tomson Tee tells DN how America's deeprooted societal issues informed his darkly satirical music video for Kemba's 'Nobody I Can Trust'.

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Pete Shanel Reaps Wisdom From A Legendary New York Photographer in ‘A Few Days With Jill Freedman’

Documentary

23rd August, 2019

Pete Shanel talks to DN about meeting a legendary New York photographer to tell the story of her life as an artist in 'A Few Days With Jill Freedman'.

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Rob Simonsen Culminates a Journey of Self-Discovery for the Finale of His Music Video Trilogy with ‘Ondes’

Music, Premiere

22nd August, 2019

Film Composer Rob Simonsen tells DN how he made the transition to creating his own music and, in turn, his own audio-visual identity with 'Ondes'.

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