Art & Fashion, Premiere
Thibaut Eiferman & Mathieu Mondoulet detail the combination of improvisation, choreography & nature with man-made environments of their dance film.
Live Action, Premiere
Álvaro de la Hoz unwraps the effective depth-of-frame, creepy sound design and clever choreography behind his smart unnerving thriller-chiller.
Art & Fashion
Diana Olifirova discusses using circular imagery, natural light & an expressive colour palette to capture life on the edge in her self-portrait dance film.
Chiara Schreder discusses using the artistic combination of dance, poetry and music to raise awareness and break taboos about adenomyosis and endometriosis
Christian Goue tells DN how he melded his cinematic style with Julez Lorenzo's musical sensibility for their secret desire-laden music video.
Mona Namer and Sofia Aedo Zahou discuss the cyclical nature of introspection at the heart of their dreamlike experimental dance film.
Joseph Amenta discusses the research they did into the Kiki Ballroom scene in order to create a faithful representation of community.
Alex Fischman Cárdenas reveals how the spontaneous method of filmmaking for his dance short came together cohesively in the editing room.
Krzysztof Grajper reveals how intricately rehearsed choreography led to the organic shooting of his one-shot dance polemic on homelessness.
Discover how through spinning shots, fluid combination of voiceover and music, and expressive, fun dance moves, Ben Dean created the ultimate ode to NYC.
Ridwan Adeniyi Abdullateef discusses blending chaotic-seeming shaky cam footage with smooth drone footage to showcase the unique dancing of the Baju tribe.
Charlie Clift explains how his team achieved the graceful, dancer-esque cinematography of his metaphorical short despite shooting on shifting sands.
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