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Juan Pablo Blanco reveals how he created the lavish black-and-white with a splash of pink world of his thrilling tribute to 1950s Mexican film noir.
Victor Claramunt reveals how he achieved the freeing buoyancy of the dynamic choreography in his vivacious dance short.
Andrew Balasia unpacks the hazy colour palette of his humanistic comedy drama about a friend-for-hire who takes on his most involved assignment.
Jamie Wanstall breaks down the technicality behind the palpable tension and uneasiness in the cinematography of his folk horror short.
Ben Pearce unpacks the process of crafting a dialogue free comedy narrative about two arctic explorers through production design, performance and editing.
Samantha Scaffidi walks DN through the decision of capturing her actors in an intense close-up for her revealing short drama.
Jean-Vital Joliat describes how his grandmother's relationship with dementia directly informed the precise storytelling in his tender music video.
Ramiel Petros details bringing 1980s Iraqi history vividly to life in his mournful, based on a true story short about friendship, war and grief.
Andrew Jim Gannon deconstructs the purpose of the ever-evolving frame mask in his precise and psychological single-shot music video.
Using epic anamorphic lenses and flowing Steadicam movements, Ben Galster takes DN inside the precise planning of his thrilling one-shot music video.
tao/s explain how they walked the perilous line of depicting the bleak reality of child exploitation while provoking a call to action empathy in audiences.
Damo Yang recounts the economically contrasting yet equally intense productions of her music videos for both Roy Wang and Backspace.
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