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Ben Dean on Filming the Variety of Quarantine Experiences in his Diverse ‘Shelter in Place’ Dance Video Series

Music

16th July, 2020

Ben Dean shares his experience making music video series 'Shelter in Place', 7 diverse one-shot dance films that explore the range of emotions in lockdown.

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Marcus McDougald’s ‘Rhythm of the Game’ Explores the Link Between Bob Marley and the Beautiful Game

Documentary, Music

14th July, 2020

When Bob Marley was buried, he was left with his guitar, weed, and a football. 'Rhythm of the Game' elegantly explores his connection to the third.

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The Gasser Brothers on Creating a New Type of Music Film with ‘Eclipse’

Art & Fashion

9th July, 2020

Blending the music video form with stock footage, desert scenes with Yoruban voiceover, the Gasser Brothers' 'Eclipse' is a heady audiovisual experiment.

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Rival Gang Members Come Together for a High-Stakes Game of Basketball in Adam Palmer’s Formally Striking ‘Judas’

Live Action, Premiere

8th July, 2020

A basketball game between rival gang members is caught in deeply expressive wide-screen in Adam Palmer's 'Judas'. We talked to him about his unique vision!

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The Best Short Films of Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020

Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action

3rd July, 2020

Sheffield Doc/Fest's carefully curated selection is available to stream in the UK until August 31st. These are the 10 shorts you don't want to miss!

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Tyler Rabinowitz Captures the Beauty of Gay Intimacy in his Bittersweet Romance Short ‘See You Soon’

Live Action

2nd July, 2020

The perfect weekend is laced with melancholy in Tyler Rabinowitz's bittersweet drama 'See You Soon' - an aching look at the complexity of gay romance.

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Mohammad Gorjestani on Capturing the Trauma of War in ‘Exit 12’

Documentary

30th June, 2020

The last film of his 5-cycle For Every Dream project, 'Exit 12' sees director Mohammad Gorjestani capturing the disorientation of war in beautiful detail.

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LAMAR+NIK on Resurrecting the Magic Art of Kinegrams for Husbands’ Music Video ‘Manhorse’

Music

25th June, 2020

Made with a budget of just $200, we talk to directing duo LAMAR+NIK about using an old technique dating back to 1890 for Husband's 'Manhorse' music video.

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Fede Canal Santiangeli on How Visual Poem ‘Absolution’ Deconstructs Traditional Masculine Roles

Art & Fashion, Premiere

22nd June, 2020

Setting Rodrigo Molinero's poem to a series of bold images, Fede Canal Santiangeli discusses creating a reverie on outmoded masculinity in 'Absolution'.

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Matt Pizzano & Nic Wehmeyer on Bringing 50s Television to Life in ‘The Grass is Always Greener on TV’

Documentary

11th June, 2020

Mark Barnett rose to talk show fame for obsessively drawing the blueprints of his favourite 50s shows. Matt Pizzano reveals the deeper story underneath.

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André Chocron’s Mind-Bending ‘Chronos’ is an Ingeniously Plotted Time-Travel Drama

Live Action, Premiere

8th June, 2020

A trip to the pub edges quickly into the realm of the surreal in André Chocron's time-travel drama 'Chronos' — told entirely in only three long takes!

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James F Coton’s “Day 48” A Quarantine Short Story Turns Lockdown into Art

Live Action

5th June, 2020

The coronavirus-inspired shorts keep coming! James F Coton's laptop and iPhone screen based 'Day 48' ups the ante on today's digitally mediated times.

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