13th November, 2018
Civil unrest and urban chaos break out on the streets of São Paulo in Cisma’s politically charged music video for Criolo track Boca de Lobo.
Asides, Live Action
14th September, 2018
Dante Vescio & Rodrigo Gasparini ponder the meaning of humankind’s existence within the universe in playful intergalactic short 'Children of the Cosmos'.
8th May, 2018
Zombie Studio’s animated short 'The Fall' for Hospital de Amor beautifully highlights the power of love as an effective weapon in the fight against cancer
Art & Fashion, Asides
20th April, 2018
Oriol Barberà Masats provides a practical solution for how to put your ex-friends to good use in surreal short 'How to Turn Your Friends Into Furniture'.
Art & Fashion, Asides, Film Festival
9th April, 2018
Seb Caudron sets the tone of innovation and creativity for the 2018 edition of Brazil's Path Festival in stunning and explosive VFX style.
9th March, 2018
Brazilian director Felipe Vellas pulls no punches in his hard hitting, visceral short film for Médecins du Monde’s #shutupdeath campaign.
14th February, 2018
A new romance turns sinister as a joyful honeymoon period gives way to overbearing, controlling and abusive behaviour in Guilherme Marcondes' 'Sunshine'.
2nd May, 2017
Matheus Siqueira shares how a cancer diagnosis forced him to reinterpret the concept of his abstract music video and find a deeper meaning in the lyrics.
11th November, 2016
A lost astronaut desperately tries to find someone to heed his warnings of impending doom in Matheus Siqueira's music video for Gabriel Iglesias.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
25th October, 2014
Daniel Ribeiro’s debut feature 'The Way He Looks' tenderly explores the awakening sexuality of a blind teenage as he discovers first love. DN speaks to
1st December, 2013
A robot and an artist discuss the big questions of the human condition in Isabela Dos Santos’ existential animated storybook poem I Met a Robot at a
30th September, 2013
Mankind devolves into a homogenise soup of slaves to groupthink, stifling any opportunity for originality or creativity in Ian Ruschel’s fantastically
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