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An Actress Is Pushed Beyond Her Emotional Limits in the Name of Art in Armand De Saint-Salvy’s ‘The Craft’

Live Action

14th February, 2020

We speak to writer/director Armand De Saint-Salvy about his raw emotional drama 'The Craft' - a cautionary tale about an actress pushed beyond her limits.

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Jehnny Beth: Flower

Asides, Music

14th February, 2020

Jehnny Beth and Rebeka Adams set temperatures rising in Anthony Byrne’s seductive music video for the French artist’s new track 'Flower'.

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A Basketball Player Triumphs Over Self-Doubt in Walter Stoehr’s Stunning Genesis Adaptation ‘My Kingdom Come’

Art & Fashion

14th February, 2020

Walter Stoehr talks about recasting the serpent from the Book of Genesis as a force of self-actualisation in biblical basketball short 'My Kingdom Come'.

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Robert Hackett Challenges Preconceived Notions and Genre Expectations in Directors UK Short ‘Special Delivery’

Live Action, Premiere

13th February, 2020

A weary postman trudges through the snow, making deliveries to all but one door in Robert Hackett's preconception challenging short 'Special Delivery'.

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Giulia Gandini Provides an Alternative Perspective of Homelessness in Her Innovative Doc ‘Home Stream’

Documentary

12th February, 2020

Giulia Gandini tells DN how she created 'Home Stream' an authentic first-hand portrayal of homelessness in London shot by a woman experiencing it.

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Mirza Ramic Embarks on Journey of Remembrance and Healing Through Music in Post-War Documentary ‘To Tell A Ghost’

Documentary, Premiere

11th February, 2020

Directors Chris Piotrowicz, Stefan Ehrhardt and musician Mirza Ramic join us to discuss their collaboration on personal post-war doc 'To Tell A Ghost'.

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Jonathan Bregel Tracks the World’s Largest Annual Human Migration in Short Doc ‘Chunyun’

Documentary

10th February, 2020

Jonathan Bregel reveals the minimalist approach he took when creating documentary short 'Chunyun', a film about the world's largest annual human migration

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Gregory Porter: Revival

Asides, Music

10th February, 2020

Douglas Bernardt deploys scale and optical illusions in a choreographed journey of inner strength and confidence for his exhilarating 'Revival' promo.

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Welcome to WeAreDN // Offline

Film Festival, News

7th February, 2020

Kicking off next week, DN ventures out into the real world for the inaugural edition our new ongoing screening series WeAreDN // Offline.

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Chris A. Neal Weaves a Much Needed Modern Day Good Samaritan Story in ‘Today You, Tomorrow Me’

Live Action

7th February, 2020

Chris A. Neal reveals how an internet comment led him to challenge the idea of who our neighbours are in Good Samaritan short 'Today You, Tomorrow Me'.

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Alena Shevchenko Hesitates to Make the First Move in Playful Will She Won’t She Short ‘I’ll Say It First’

Art & Fashion, Premiere

6th February, 2020

Director Alena Shevchenko clues us into the inspirations she drew from the Soviet era for her playful will she won't she short 'I'll Say It First'.

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Joe Dixon Gets Tangled up in ‘If Not Now Then When (Can’t We Just Try Something New?) Please! (Thank...

Live Action, Premiere

5th February, 2020

Joe Dixon tells DN how he created 'If Not Now Then When...', a short comedy about a man caught in a sex swing over the course of one day.

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