Art & Fashion, Premiere
Freddie Leyden's history reckoning dance film explores the horrific past of Guildhall through heavy contrasts, wide angles and loose camera movement.
Live Action, Premiere
Jamie Frasher shares how he was inspired by the compositions of landscape paintings for his surveillance-like observation of British oddity.
Animation, Music, Premiere
Benn Veasey speaks to the narrative substance that needed to underpin the stylish AI generated imagery used in his globe-spanning music video.
Jim Vendiola talks about marrying disparate moments of eroticism, mystery, horror and comedy in his unconventional and shocking tale of modern dating.
Hilary Eden speaks to DN about the power she found in the specificity of her storytelling for her evocative coming-of-age portrait of adolescent girlhood.
Dustin Waldman speaks about vividly evoking the paranoia of the post 9/11 era in showing a post-production house removing the Twin Towers from The Sopranos.
Hannah Renton breaks down the challenge of building cohesion between the individual yet joined parts of her triptych film depicting the complexities of love.
Daria Geller talks to us about counting the tragic cost of Russian complacency through warm 16mm, striking group scenes and a smart Leonard Cohen cover.
Alessandro & Flavio Vivarini discuss creating a haunting ode to Italian gangsters with heavy contrasts, religious images and floating widescreen frames.
Julia Ponce Díaz shares how personal & observed experiences inspired her fish-out-of-water drama about a self-conscious girl's desperate need for belonging.
Ron Eyal takes DN through how he and his crew approached production to prioritise the actor's process for his tender interior drama.
Karl Poyzer explains how he embraced the freedom offered by animation and free application Blender for his cityscape-based science fiction music video.
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