Film Festival, Live Action
28th March, 2019
DN speaks with Rosie Westhoff at BFI Flare 2019 about the casting process and developing relationships between actors in her road trip short 'Treacle'.
Asides, Film Festival
26th March, 2019
The British Council & BFI Flare Festival bring back their global, digital LGBTQ+ online film festival #FiveFilms4Freedom for another year of great shorts.
Documentary, Film Festival
25th March, 2019
Prolific documentary filmmaker Charlie Lyne joins us to discuss the creative & researched-based process behind his Operation Spanner doc 'Lasting Marks'.
24th March, 2019
DN speaks with Ellie Rogers, who reveals how she used time and repetition to tell the story of a woman revisiting the trauma of a past relationship.
19th March, 2019
DN looks ahead to this year's BFI Flare festival, assessing the selection of works being presented and offering suggestions of what to watch.
Animation, Film Festival, Live Action, Music
27th February, 2019
DN headed to the bright lights of London to see which eight new and emerging filmmakers would walk away with the coveted Shiny Awards.
Film Festival, Live Action, Premiere
22nd February, 2019
DN talks to Ollie Verschoyle about taking up the role of director alongside his cinematographer duties on 'Madeleine' - a story of interconnected clarity.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
30th November, 2018
Isabella Eklöf discusses 'Holiday', her unflinching depiction of the control and sexual violence lurking beneath the glitzy veneer of power and money.
23rd November, 2018
Philippe Faucon discusses the integral role non-actors played in bringing authenticity to his story of economic separation and loneliness, 'Amin'.
15th November, 2018
Sara Colangelo joins us to discuss her process for working with actors, the advantages of a Netflix release and why directing shouldn't be a dictatorship.
8th November, 2018
DN speaks to Christina Choe about her debut psychodrama 'Nancy' and the difficulties of bringing stories led by complex female protagonists to screen.
2nd November, 2018
DN speaks to director Erik Poppe about the moral and cinematic considerations which led him to recreate Norway's Utøya tragedy in a gruelling single shot.
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