Premiere Category

A Pair of Quarrelsome Brothers Get a Final Chance to Say Goodbye in Jon Olav Stokke’s ‘Our Father’s Cabin’

Live Action, Premiere

12th November, 2019

When the past merges with the present, two half brothers get a last chance to say goodbye in Jon Olav Stokke's fractious family drama 'Our Father's Cabin'.

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The Fear of Pain Comes Between Two Lovers in Ross Allen’s Romance Drama ‘The Limit of Love’

Live Action, Premiere

8th November, 2019

Ross Allen shares how he subverted audience expectations in his exploration of the paradox of loving eternally whilst fearing the end 'The Limit of Love'.

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Savannah Magruder Provides a Much Needed Female Perspective on Sex and Pleasure in ‘Debbie Does Dilators’

Live Action, Premiere

29th October, 2019

A porn set PA attempts to navigate sexual encounters while struggling to overcome vaginismus in Savannah Magruder's 'Debbie Does Dilators'.

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Andrew Blackman Delves Deep into the Fantastical World of Artist Gui Taccetti in Immersive Documentary ‘Inferno’

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'.

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Joscha Bongard & Felix Schreiber Explore the Virtual Space of a Long-Term Long-Distance Relationship in ‘VITRUM’

Live Action, Premiere

25th October, 2019

Joscha Bongard & Felix Schreiber discuss using the vertical frame to explore the virtual space of a long-term long-distance relationship in 'VITRUM'.

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How Memories of a Personal Tragedy Led Amanda Bonaiuto to Create Surreal CalArts Grad Film ‘Hedge’

Animation, Premiere

23rd October, 2019

How dismantling a "straightforward narrative about a dead father" led Amanda Bonaiuto to create surreal CalArts grad film 'Hedge'.

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The Consequences of a Long-Buried Truth Boil to the Surface in Summer Agnew’s New Zealand Thriller ‘The Brother’

Live Action, Premiere

22nd October, 2019

Writer/director Summer Agnew reveals why he embraced an anti-narrative structure for his bristling thriller about buried anger & resentment 'The Brother'.

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A Woman Is Forced to Confront Her Inner Child in Cat Ventura’s Surprising Comedy ‘Holly Goes to Therapy’

Live Action, Premiere

15th October, 2019

"My biggest goal was the pace leading up to the reveal" A woman endures an unconventional therapy session in Cat Ventura's 'Holly Goes to Therapy'.

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The Fraternal Bond of Two Young Orphans Is Threatened in Amartei Armar’s Ghanaian Coming of Age Short ‘Vagabonds’

Live Action, Premiere

4th October, 2019

Writer/Director Amartei Armar tells DN why he wants to reframe audience responses to African narratives with his Ghanaian coming of age drama 'Vagabonds'.

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Mikkel Blaabjerg Poulsen Recounts a Determined Journey of Perseverance in Migrant Period Drama ‘Part of Society’

Live Action, Premiere

2nd October, 2019

Mikkel Blaabjerg Poulsen tells DN how he collaborated with Mino Denmark to raise awareness of Denmark's ethnic migrants in period drama 'Part of Society'.

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Graham Hill Explores the Ties That Bind Male Relationships in Short Drama ‘The Dry Line’

Live Action, Premiere

30th September, 2019

A friendship between two musicians is tested when career ambitions come to fruition in Graham Hill's short male relationship drama 'The Dry Line'.

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A Man Struggles to Cope with the Loss of His Lover in Tom Streller’s Eerie Short ‘Rosa’

Live Action, Premiere

27th September, 2019

Tom Streller discusses the struggles of confidence and production which almost prevented his meditative debut short 'Rosa' from seeing the light of day.

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