Fully computer-generated, Simon Robson discusses the making of his urgent call to action animation, a potent metaphor for environmental wastefulness.
VERSUS detail how they pulled together a fabulously chaotic, diesel fuelled smash fest of a music video for Party Dozen's latest track.
Live Action, Premiere
Lewis Attey reveals the unique production challenges of shooting multiple chapters for his short drama across an eight year period.
DN talks to Melissa Anastasi about interweaving visuals of water to create a lyrical film about the yearning for nurturing familial bonds in 'Chlorine'.
Robin Summons details the in-depth domestic abuse research and technical camera work which empathically frame's the victim's perspective in 'Occupation'.
With fast action, dystopian world-building and an underdog story, the music video for DJ Salvatore Ganacci's 'Fight Dirty' pays homage to classic Anime.
Directing duo VERSUS speak to DN about capturing Genesis Owusu's frenetic charisma in the vast live environment of Phoenix Central Park for 'The Fall'.
Art & Fashion
Paul Nevison channels the power of resilient motherhood for his film 'Prayer of the Mothers', a humbling look at the Syrian crisis through a family's eyes.
Scott Geersen on working with some of the world's best motion & sound studios to explore the nature of reality in collaborative title sequence 'TEDxREAL'.
Dane McCusker talks getting up close and uncomfortably personal in 'The Complex' as a young woman wrestles with the unwanted advances of her new neighbour
Charles Williams explains how he found beauty through specific details and sound design in his mesmerising, Cannes winning short 'All These Creatures'.
Jonathan May showcases the unique and inspiring characters who find a sense of belonging in one of Australia's most remote towns in 'Rear View Mirror'.
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