Art & Fashion
14th August, 2018
Andrew De Zen tells DN about depicting the anxious feelings of loss & chaotic thoughts brought on by time & fading memories in 'Stories We Tell Ourselves'
Art & Fashion, Asides
13th August, 2018
Lexi Kiddo’s 'In My Dreams I See Volcanoes' for the Barbican expresses its LGBT theme with a riotous mix of dance, poetry & colour.
Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides
10th August, 2018
DN gets excited about John Morena's decision to release the deep cuts from his 'a new film a week for a year' project as the 'Area 52 B-Sides'.
Art & Fashion, Live Action
8th August, 2018
Jean Claude Billmaier takes us on a journey through our daily dealings with anger, anxiety and stress in his illusory experimental dance film, 'Nulla'.
26th July, 2018
'One Minute of Miniatures' collates the very best of Clemens Wirth’s miniature work into a tantalisingly atmospheric snapshot of lives in motion.
24th July, 2018
Kobi Vogman’s 'Common Ground' presents a disquieting cycle of creation and destruction as an imagined place of surreal imagination succumbs to a flood.
Art & Fashion, Documentary
13th July, 2018
Using a mix of techniques Artur Zaremba questions society’s outmoded assumptions of what constitutes masculinity in documentary dance short 'SPECTRUM'.
Animation, Art & Fashion
10th July, 2018
Scott Geersen tells DN how he met the weighty challenge of summing up the good & the bad of our species in his 'Humankind' title sequence for TEDxSydney.
4th July, 2018
Frederic van Strydonck’s soothing iPhone X shot experimental short 'Spltch' reveals the secret life of water and how it travels around the world.
25th June, 2018
In his TEDxSydney title sequence Scott Geersen traverses a CGI rendered gallery in which humankind’s present & potential future collide with the past.
Art & Fashion, Live Action, Premiere
19th June, 2018
DN speaks to Ty Richardson about creating an empathic, fictionalised version of a refugee crisis as experienced through Western eyes in 'War Poem'.
Art & Fashion, Asides, Live Action
18th June, 2018
Kate Lefoe's 'Somersault Pike' makes expert use of slow motion to convey the fears of a competitive diver as she attempts to reach new heights.
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