Art & Fashion, Documentary
9th December, 2019
Irmãos Meirelles explore the hidden complexity inside mundane & seemingly irrelevant moments which lead us to new ideas in artist profile doc 'Murayama'.
Art & Fashion
31st October, 2019
David Findlay casts a meditative eye on the idiosyncratic quirks and compulsions of human behaviour in visual poem piece 'You Know Where You Belong'.
Art & Fashion, Documentary, Premiere
28th October, 2019
Andrew Blackman guides us through the process of documenting Gui Taccetti’s artistic practice in the lead up his most ambitious exhibition, 'Inferno'.
8th October, 2019
Fatty Soprano & Shutterr introduce us to Marcus, a man whose discovery of Krump helped save him from the dark grip of depression in doc 'Krump Antidote'.
4th October, 2019
Paris-based writer/director/producer Steven Briand taps into the all-encompassing emotion of the first kiss between lovers in aerial dance short 'Plume'.
Art & Fashion, Music
3rd October, 2019
"Mixing dancing and painting could easily become an arty ‘cliché’." Neels Castillon takes us behind the scenes of vibrant dance short 'Parce Que'.
Art & Fashion, Asides
16th September, 2019
The Blink Fish take us on a guided tour of the unique guests residing in the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Milan Fashion Week short 'Hotel MFW'.
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'.
Animation, Art & Fashion
4th September, 2019
Max Hattler provides some insight into his new film 'Serial Parallels' an experimental portrait of Hong Kong one of the most vertical cities in the world.
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'.
19th August, 2019
Niels Windfeldt reveals how meticulous planning gave way to the harsh realities of freezing underwater filming in his experimental short 'Rising Water'.
8th August, 2019
Carlos Asse reveals how technical challenges on his 35mm shoot echoed the themes of creative struggle depicted in unsettling dance short 'Dark at Sea'.
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