NFTS grad Daniel Quirke joins us to discuss his BAFTA-nominated stop motion short about a young choir boy's crisis of faith and journey to self-acceptance.
Alex Kayode-Kay reveals how he pounded Brixton's pavements to fund his BAFTA nominated short exploring the life of a woefully overlooked Black activist.
John Stevenson reveals the lessons he learned directing for major studios and how they guided him in the creation of his BAFTA nominated short.
Hannah Jacobs shares how she created the meditative yet surreal tonal amalgamation of her BAFTA-nominated short about rediscovering how to trust your gut.
Jessica Yu-Li Henwick reveals how she balanced the roles of writer, director and actor in her BAFTA short about an aspiring young female chef.
Director Jo Ingabire Moys talks to DN about crafting terrifying moments of silence in her tension-filled BAFTA nominated short about the Rwandan genocide.
Jacob Lee tells us how dancing as a means of stress relief became a self-shot, BAFTA-nominated documentary about overcoming depression and anxiety.
BAFTA winning OSCAR nominated co-writer/directors Tom Berkeley & Ross White talk about the streamlined working practices behind their offbeat comedy short.
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