Live Action, Premiere
Christopher Pickering reveals how he arrived at the deceptively profound concept of his short exposing the bizarre method for determining snack serving sizes.
We chat to Sam Baron about his love of subversion in comedy and digging into the paranoid fragility of the male ego in the conclusion of his Amit Shah trilogy.
Jonathan Salmon reveals how he seamlessly tied together the three parts of his comedic anthology following the life of a blissfully unaware man-child.
Rumi Kaul breaks down the underlying themes of youth and its progression to toxic masculinity he sought to reckon with in his vibrant playground drama.
Josefin Malmén & David Strindberg talk through the practical challenges of rendering themselves on screen for their self-referential comedy horror.
Isher Sahota explains how he struck the right tonal balance of comedy and skulduggery for his darkly comic period drama about self-interested backstabbing.
Sam Baron tells us how he grounded comedic beats in tragic reality in his new short about an actor struggling in both his personal and professional life.
Omar Kakar discusses the alchemy of the editing process which enabled him to straddle genres without leaving his audience adrift in a sea of confusion.
Santiago Posada recalls the multiple trips he took to a remarkable festival in rural Colombia that inspired his ethereal music video.
Art & Fashion, Premiere
Director Enrico Poli reprises his partnership with Designer Antonio Labroca for a fashion film which conveys its collection's poetic feeling of liberation.
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