BAFTA Tag Archive

Animation

The Eagleman Stag

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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Animation, Podcasts

DN237: A Morning Stroll – Grant Orchard

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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Live Action, Podcasts

DN235: Chalk – Martina Amati

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, within

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Animation, Art & Fashion, Podcasts

DN196: Thursday – Matthias Hoegg

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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Live Action, Podcasts

DN195: LIN – Piers Thompson

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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Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides

Turning

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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Documentary

Vote for The Retirement Village

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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Live Action, Podcasts

DN127: September – Esther May Campbell

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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