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Jonas Grimeland explains how the personal conflict at the heart of his short film was inspired by conversations he had with a police officer.
Sion Thomas reveals how he utilised static and handheld camerawork to capture the failing bravado central to his contained crime drama.
Co-Directors Tom & Theo deconstruct the heist sequence of their strange crime-infused music video for Cheap Electric Pink Wool's '01G'.
James Pike-Watson talks about the relaxed, naturalistic sensibility he generated between his street-cast lead actors for crime drama 'Babygirl'.
Liam Tangum explains how he captured the beautiful vistas of the Deep South for his small-town fraternal crime drama 'Toomsboro'.
James Price returns to discuss using a humble handheld camera to create exhilarating Americana-influenced Glasgow crime music video 'Diamonds Into Dust'.
Providing an inside view of the feature development process, Rene Pannevis talks British realism, small-town criminals and the generational divide.
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