Art & Fashion, Asides
Director Adi Halfin celebrates the joyous all-encompassing pleasure of love and freedom in her intuitively made dance short.
Live Action, Premiere
Reece Daniels walks through the construction of the frenetic tension that underpins his cautionary tale about trusting too freely in contemporary society.
Art & Fashion
Kai Blamey Nguyen explains how he generated a sense of formal cohesion within his abstract and interpretative experimental short.
Yulya Litinskaya explains how she smoothly incorporated naturalistic movements into the expressive choreography of her foreboding music video.
With militaristic movements on a barren landscape, Dasha Gushchina discusses crafting a brutal ballet as a direct response to unthinkable monstrosities.
Jesse Leaman tells DN how he and his team rallied together to create a distinctive dance music video with minimal crew and a microbudget.
We speak to Joshua Stocker about experimenting with thermal images and the after wake of writhing movements for his exciting high-energy dance film.
Naaman Azhari digs into the process of scriptwriting to best showcase Akram Khan’s poetic choreography in his poignant what could have been LGBTQ drama.
Marco Santi tells DN how he smoothly juxtaposed the grimy environment of a working kitchen with the sensuality of dance in his Nother music video.
Bram VanderMark discusses exploring the burden of carrying your memories with you through deeply-felt choreography and a wistful score for Films.Dance.
We speak to director Sammy Rawal about celebrating everyone's favourite orange cheese slice in his hyper-stylized branded Kelis music video.
Art & Fashion, Premiere
Thibaut Eiferman & Mathieu Mondoulet detail the combination of improvisation, choreography & nature with man-made environments of their dance film.
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