Art & Fashion, Documentary
Dawn Richard breaks down why she wanted to alter the cliched image of New Orleans through her compelling and empowering dance short.
Art & Fashion
Nat Gee explains how she used movement and camerawork to convey the inner workings of an intense anxiety attack for her experimental dance short.
The Reids explain how they adapted to the sudden changes and challenges that arose for the Cole Buxton brand in their follow up documentary.
Art & Fashion, Premiere
Ben Kadie and JA Collective break down the process of developing the trippy infinite queue effect featured in their surreal dance short.
Corina Andrian explains how she used improvisation, the inspiration of everyday city life and a dreamlike logic for her startling dance film.
Alexander Stamatiadis shares how he and his crew battled through freezing cold, snowy shooting conditions to capture their tender dance short.
Phillip Kaminiak walks us through the concentric imagery, stunning drone shots and bustling city atmosphere which characterises his compelling dance piece.
Alberto Arellano details the intricate slow motion shots used to capture the spectacular FX in his experimental instructional telepath short.
Directing duo VERSUS talk to DN about building an original zoopraxiscope to give life to unique archival images in their celebratory dance film.
Tom Wakeling reveals the in-camera lighting effects he utilised to achieve the illusive visuals of his experimental sci-fi short.
Kevin Kim tells DN how he conjured the hazy, wide-angled look of Wong Kar-Wai's Happy Together and Fallen Angels for his Alex S. Yu fashion short.
Yú explains how the transition in her experimental dance short from 16mm film to digital is emblematic of her themes of gender fluidity.
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