Drama Tag Archive

Animation

Kenzie Sutton Highlights the Mundanity of Everyday Life in Stop Motion Short ‘Somebody Take the Wheel’

Animator Kenzie Sutton breaks down how she solo managed the lengthy yet rewarding production process of her impressive cyclical stop motion short.

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Music

Ian Roderick Gray Blends Body Horror, Romance and Drama in His Video for On Man’s ‘Worse Than it Seems’

Ian Roderick Gray explains how his VFX team created the naturalistic, body horror inspired look of his protagonist's unusual condition.

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Live Action

Ninja Thyberg’s Debut Feature ‘Pleasure’ Commands Us to Reconsider Preconceived Notions of the Porn Industry

Ninja Thryberg talks about applying her background in photography to reveal the hidden fringes within the porn industry in her provocative debut feature.

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Live Action

Alex Camilleri & Jon Natchez Talk the Art of Street Casting and Composing for Stirring Fisherman Drama ‘Luzzu’

Director Alex Camilleri and Composer Jon Natchez discuss crafting the perfect musical statement to underpin their neo-realist Maltese drama.

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Live Action, Premiere

Harris Dickinson Explores the Ties That Bind a Young Soldier On His Last Night of Freedom in Riveting ‘2003’

Harris Dickinson explains how his background as an actor informed his approach when capturing the gripping, naturalistic performances of his drama short.

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Live Action

A Forlorn Teenager Auditions for the High School Choir in Kate McCarthy’s Comedy Drama ‘Look, Mira’

Kate McCarthy breaks down the trials and tribulations of making her debut short, about an awkward teenager auditioning to be church cantor.

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Live Action, Premiere

Sylvain Cruiziat Brutally Skewers the Privileged Preaching of the Art World in Unsettling Satire ‘The Raft’

Sylvain Cruiziat talks to DN about critiquing the art world's self-serving response to the refugee crises in his blistering metafictional satire.

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Live Action

Anna Fredrikke Bjerke’s ‘Exposed’ Examines the Friction Between Personal Boundaries & Supposed Artistic Integrity

Anna Fredrikke Bjerke takes us inside the gripping rhythm of her status quo challenging exploration of power dynamics and skewed gender expectations.

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Live Action

Léo Berne & Raphaël Rodriguez Force Us to Consider the Darkest of a Suppressed Subconscious in ‘Censor of Dreams’

Léo Berne & Raphaël Rodriguez reveal how they adapted a surreal short story into a universal exploration of our suppressed psyches.

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Live Action

Gabriel Connelly Explores the Lasting Effects of Survivor’s Guilt in 16mm Short ‘Swimming for Shore’

Gabriel Connelly tells DN why shooting on a 16mm analogue camera was the perfect choice for the lyrical tone of his experimental drama adaptation.

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Live Action

Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović on ‘Murina’ Her Brooding Coming-Of-Age Drama Rife With Passion and Longing

Director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović discusses celebrating the defiant passage into adulthood in her award winning coming-of-age feature debut.

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Live Action

A Teenage Girl With Autism and Her Sister Tackle Life After a Bereavement in Rosie Westhoff’s ‘Our Sister’

DN talks to Rosie Westhoff about crafting a fresh perspective on familial grief, sisterhood and neurodiversity in her affecting drama short.

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