Vira-Lata tell DN how they collaborated with Youth to capture the colourful authenticity of Mexico's cultural heritage for their short film.
tao/s explain how they walked the perilous line of depicting the bleak reality of child exploitation while provoking a call to action empathy in audiences.
I.M take us through the visuals, craft and approach used for their emotionally balanced, empathic portrayal of the misunderstood condition of vitiligo.
Through striking black-and-white tableaus, Fernando Nogari's bustling panorama provides a list of wry reasons to prepare for the future.
Directing duo Vira-Lata talk to us about utilising the gritty feeling of authenticity lent by expired 16mm stock in their sensorial Terno Rei music video.
From streets bustling with childhood to the concerns of ageing parents, Bruno Moreira captures the circle of life in Brazil for MC Marechal's 'Ciclos'.
Gabriel & Sergio Twardowski tell DN how they mined 30 TB of material to recreate the thrill of live music in stop-motion concert short 'Alok Memories'.
Art & Fashion
A rogue employee escapes an oppressive corporation in Willy Hajli and William Kim's ambitious sci-fi fashion film 'Write Your Story'.
Manuel Nogueira stops by to discuss bridging the gap between short film and music video formats for Ladytron's 'Tower of Glass'.
Asides, Live Action
Giomi’s fantasy-horror-cartoon-superhero-sci-fi-musical-drama CCXP short 'World of all Worlds' is a glorious celebration of geekdom and shared culture.
Film Festival, Live Action
We speak to Matias Mariani about his debut feature 'Shine Your Eyes', discussing the history of São Paulo, immigrant identity and horse racing betting.
Douglas Bernardt deploys scale and optical illusions in a choreographed journey of inner strength and confidence for his exhilarating 'Revival' promo.
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