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Two Exes Impersonating Dragons Perform a Mating Dance in Benedict Cohen’s Refreshingly Funny ‘Rushes’

Live Action, Premiere

19th June, 2020

Director Benedict Cohen talks to DN about awkward exes and exotic bird mating dances, all of which inspired his brilliantly funny short ‘Rushes’.

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Medet Shayakhmetov Brings to Life the Twisted Morality of Addiction in Scriptonite Music Video ‘Kolesa’

Music

18th June, 2020

Medet Shayakhmetov discloses the intricacies and subtle touches in his surreal music video for Scriptonite track 'Kolesa'.

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Colin Read Artfully Breaks the Fourth Wall in Glass Animals’ Self-Assembled Music Video ‘Dreamland’

Music

17th June, 2020

Colin Read tells DN how he remotely shot a complexly lit, multi-layered tracking shot, in an ambitious DIY set build for Glass Animals' 'Dreamland'.

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Morgan Krantz Sees an Erotic Affair Unfold Either Side of a High-Rise Office Window in ‘Squeegee’

Live Action

16th June, 2020

Morgan Krantz discusses the high wire production behind steamy comedy ’Squeegee’, the risque tale of an erotic connection 100s of feet above the ground.

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Emmanuil Morari Tracks the Romantic Exploits of a Murderous Psychopath in Dark Comedy ‘She Lies Beautiful’

Live Action, Premiere

15th June, 2020

Filmmaker Emmanuil Morari divulges the creative ethos behind 'She Lies Beautiful', his darkly comedic take on a serial killer's murderous love life.

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A Disabled Comedian Becomes a Father During His Stand-Up Routine in David Abramsky’s One-Shot Short ‘Dad Joke’

Film Festival, Live Action, Premiere

12th June, 2020

David Abramsky details the rigorous preproduction process and memorable audience responses from his one-shot comedy/drama, 'Dad Joke'.

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Ayla Spaans Tells an Expansive Love Story Over the Course of One Evening in ‘When We Were Strangers’

Art & Fashion

12th June, 2020

The lifetime of a relationship is distilled over the course of a hypnotic house-party in Ayla Spaans' experimental romantic drama 'When We Were Strangers'

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Matt Pizzano & Nic Wehmeyer on Bringing 50s Television to Life in ‘The Grass is Always Greener on TV’

Documentary

11th June, 2020

Mark Barnett rose to talk show fame for obsessively drawing the blueprints of his favourite 50s shows. Matt Pizzano reveals the deeper story underneath.

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Harry Jackson Exposes the Absurdity of Racism in Tables Turned Comedy ‘Stop and Search’

Live Action, Premiere

10th June, 2020

Director Harry Jackson talks to DN about exposing the absurdity of institutional racism in his role-reversal comedy 'Stop and Search'.

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Sendoa Cardoso Contemplates the Perennial Concept of Loneliness in Experimental Garden-Set Short ‘Solo’

Art & Fashion

9th June, 2020

Sendoa Cardoso ponders the principles of loneliness amongst a garden of bountiful flora for his introspective experimental short 'Solo’.

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André Chocron’s Mind-Bending ‘Chronos’ is an Ingeniously Plotted Time-Travel Drama

Live Action, Premiere

8th June, 2020

A trip to the pub edges quickly into the realm of the surreal in André Chocron's time-travel drama 'Chronos' — told entirely in only three long takes!

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WeAreDN // Lockdown: I Can’t Breathe

Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action

7th June, 2020

DN has curated a list of shorts we hope will ignite you to come together to help find a safe and consistent path out of systemic racism #BLACKLIVESMATTER

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