Live Action, Premiere
Rumi Kaul breaks down the underlying themes of youth and its progression to toxic masculinity he sought to reckon with in his vibrant playground drama.
Tim Ewalts breaks down the fluid, improvisational approach to shooting that he utilised for his foreboding 16mm familial drama about warring siblings.
Griffin Wenzler explains the dynamic editing techniques he employed to energise the cinematic language of his single-location bickering brothers comedy short.
Giorgio Miraflor talks to DN about providing his audience with an absorbing fly's eye view of a transformative conversation in his slice of life drama.
BAFTA winning OSCAR nominated co-writer/directors Tom Berkeley & Ross White talk about the streamlined working practices behind their offbeat comedy short.
Julien Piau delves into the creation of his dark, twisted and winsome animated short based on his relationship with his twin brother.
Argam Gevorgyan enlightens DN as to how his latest short film is informed by his ongoing obsession with Armenia's rich history and culture.
When the past merges with the present, two half brothers get a last chance to say goodbye in Jon Olav Stokke's fractious family drama 'Our Father's Cabin'.
Writer/director Summer Agnew reveals why he embraced an anti-narrative structure for his bristling thriller about buried anger & resentment 'The Brother'.
Writer/Director Amartei Armar tells DN why he wants to reframe audience responses to African narratives with his Ghanaian coming of age drama 'Vagabonds'.
Animation, Documentary, Music
Nice Shit Studio walk us through their animated interpretation of Daniel Kessler’s recollections of his older brother’s influence on his own musical path.
Markus Schroder's short sees a pair of estranged brothers head out into the desert to perform a ritual to reconnect them with their long absent father.
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