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Live Action, Podcasts

DN010: Never Marry a Woman with Big Feet – Joon Goh

Director Joon Goh talks to us about balancing a career as a filmmaker and working in the city, as well as how he came up with the title for his short film

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Live Action, Podcasts

DN003: Anamnesis – Brendon Foster-Algoo

Director Brendon Foster-Algoo joins us to discuss his boxing short Anamnesis, which explores the psychological legacies of childhood violence past, through

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Live Action, Podcasts

DN002: Lucky – Avie Luthra

This week we interview director Avie Luthra about his 20 minute drama Lucky, which explores the effects of HIV on children in South Africa, whilst looking at

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Live Action, Podcasts

DN001: Clandestine – Justin Doherty

Here it is the first ever episode of the Directors Notes podcast! We kick things off with an interview with Justin Doherty of ZeroBalance about his short

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Live Action

Dogme 95

There are 117 Dogmefilms registered from around the world...Miss D hasn't got a hope in hell of watching all of them...

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Live Action

Brick

El Vez gets that after sex buzz watching Rian Johnson's directorial debut.

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Live Action

Stripes – Sean Spencer

Sean Spencer's Stripes reminds us that the opportunity for revenge is always around the corner.

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Art & Fashion, Live Action

Ssssh! – Zara Waldeback

Zara Waldeback introduces us to a long, long sleepless night in Ssssh!

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Live Action

Push – Steven Hore

Steven Hore's Push is a touching tale of a man, a woman and the birth of their adult son.

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Live Action

15 – Royston Tan

Royston Tan had 27 cuts applied to his feature 15 when it was given a limited release in his native Singapore, due to its potential for "the promotion

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Live Action

All Over Brazil – David Ward

The first of the old print Directors Notes features director David Ward's excellently glam 1970s era short All Over Brazil

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