Live Action, Podcasts
When I first watched the 30 minute Hungarian short, Now You See Me, Now You Don’t directed by Attila Szász, I had a satisfying feeling that comes from
Discovering several great locations whilst on a shoot, director Shane Sheils worked backwards to create a script that would exploit them to the fullest.
Animation, Live Action, Podcasts
My beer fuelled interview with co-directors Andy Gibson and Ryan Rogers is the first face to face interview we’ve put out and was great fun to do.
"What most impressed me about the film was that although this is a monster movie it’s not obsessed with action." Rob embraces the surprises of 'The Host'.
Our director de jour Scott Ludden knows how the support of a good crew can mean the difference between success or failure on a project. The crew who worked
We catch up with filmmaker Mark Jenkins to discuss his involvement with Cornish collective War-rag and their first short 'The 12 Inch Pianist'.
Anyone who's been stuck waiting to pull out at a busy junction will sympathise with feel the pain of Mark Jenkin's 'The Man Who Needed a Traffic Light'.
From script to screen, the production of Little Terrorist was completed between November 2003 and March 2004. Little Terrorist was originally written for Fox
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
Director Brendon Foster-Algoo joins us to discuss his boxing short Anamnesis, which explores the psychological legacies of childhood violence past, through
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
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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