BAFTA Tag Archive

Humanising the Struggle of America’s Undocumented Workers in Camille Stochitch’s ‘Interstate’

Live Action

1st October, 2014

We speak to Director Camille Stochitch about the development and production of her Student Academy Award-winning and BAFTA nominated short film about

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Exploring the ‘Monkey Love Experiments’ of Ainslie Henderson & Will Anderson

Animation

28th May, 2014

Combining stop-motion, live-action and 3d animation, we speak to BAFTA winning filmmakers Ainslie Henderson and Will Anderson about their latest short

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DN312: Good Night – Muriel d’Ansembourg

Live Action, Podcasts

23rd January, 2014

In her coming of age short Good Night, Muriel d’Ansembourg mines the rich vein of dark teenage life experience whilst sidestepping the all too obvious

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DN256: Bobby Yeah – Robert Morgan

Animation, Art & Fashion, Podcasts

2nd August, 2012

Robert Morgan’s BAFTA nominated stop motion animation Bobby Yeah is a strange but highly compelling film that defies simple explanation. Robert joins

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The Eagleman Stag

Animation

10th May, 2012

Created “100% in-camera” via stop-motion Mikey Please’s 'The Eagleman Stag's' striking visuals are equally matched by an ambitious epic narrative.

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DN237: A Morning Stroll – Grant Orchard

Animation, Podcasts

15th March, 2012

Grant Orchard’s animation A Morning Stroll has been making quiet a splash across the festival circuit, picking up awards at both BAFTA and Sundance,

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DN235: Chalk – Martina Amati

Live Action, Podcasts

2nd March, 2012

We’re joined this week by BAFTA winning director Martina Amati to discuss her recently BAFTA nominated short Chalk, set on the verge of puberty,

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DN196: Thursday – Matthias Hoegg

Animation, Art & Fashion, Podcasts

19th February, 2011

Animation director Matthias Hoegg joins us this week to discuss his BAFTA nominated, not so distant future short Thursday and the inspiration that’s

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DN195: LIN – Piers Thompson

Live Action, Podcasts

11th February, 2011

A man true to his word, director Piers Thompson returned to DN to discuss ‘the Bulgarian experience’ that was the filming of his BAFTA nominated

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Turning

Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides

29th January, 2011

Featuring animation and live action experimental short 'Turning' from Karni&Saul, feels like Gondry and Jonze mixed with Burton and a little LSD.

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Vote for The Retirement Village

Documentary

21st February, 2010

The winners for tonight’s Bafta Awards, maybe sealed in their envelopes and out of our hands, but you’ve still got the power to elevate a new

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DN127: September – Esther May Campbell

Live Action, Podcasts

28th March, 2009

Esther May Campbell’s 22 minute short September was one of the highlights of my siege on the London Film Festival last year, but my failing detective

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