14th April, 2021
Made over the course of eight years, Gísli Darri Halldórsson's 'Yes-People' is a delightful mosiac of Icelandic life in a sleepy tenement block.
13th April, 2021
We speak to Elvira Lind about casting her partner Oscar Isaac against type in 'The Letter Room' - a bittersweet comedy set in a maximum security prison.
9th April, 2021
Craig Range breaks down the process behind his 'Everything Reminds Me' music video - a gorgeous document of rural life on the Saskatchewan prairie.
Art & Fashion
29th March, 2021
Emmanuelle Soffé explains how and why she subverted the roots of gender in Christian-influenced art in the wonderfully inclusive and powerful 'Neo Gender'.
26th March, 2021
NONO tells DN about the lengthy conversational process that shaped 'Toke' — an intimate dance portrait exploring pain, disability and liberation.
22nd March, 2021
The features landing at SXSW were a mixed bag of scrappy documentaries and heartfelt debuts — here are ten of our favourite films.
10th March, 2021
Tomer Shushan discusses investigating the different layers at play in Israeli society through his tense Oscar shortlisted one-take short 'White Eye'.
9th March, 2021
Spanning both the Berlinale shorts and the Forum Expanded section, here is our round-up of the best short films screened at the Berlinale 2021.
8th March, 2021
Featuring famous faces as well as up-and-coming directors to put on your radar these ten Berlinale 2021 features show off the diversity of their curation.
5th March, 2021
Inspired by the societal failures that led to the Grenfell Tower Fire, 'I was still there when you left me' shows off the power of street-casting.
19th February, 2021
Caroline Bottomley discusses Shiny Awards' mission of levelling the commissioning playing field for emerging filmmakers who and wherever they are.
17th February, 2021
Inspired by global events and the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, 'Fenice' director Giulia Achenza explains how she used the fashion film to explore rebirth.
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