Drama Tag Archive

Emily Elizabeth Thomas Tackles Southern Gun Violence With a Twist in ‘Lola: Girl Got A Gun’

Live Action

15th March, 2019

DN speaks with Emily Elizabeth Thomas who discusses her approach to armed violence on screen, working with child actors and creating a Texas-set trilogy.

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Charlie Watts on Making Every Second Count in His Multi-Layered One-Shot Micro Short ‘Under’

Live Action

15th March, 2019

Charlie Watts discusses ratcheting up the tension in his 77 second, one-shot micro-short ‘Under’ - the story of four individuals under one bridge.

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A Bodybuilder Falls Under the Spell of a Financial Dominatrix in Hunt Beaty’s Modern Kink Short ‘Pay Pig’

Live Action

12th March, 2019

DN speaks to director Hunt Beaty about finding inspiration in the vast world of internet powered fetishes for his financial domination short 'Pay Pig'.

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Jamieson Pearce Queries Morality and Mother/Son Dynamics in his Short Film Drama ‘Adult’

Live Action, Premiere

7th March, 2019

Jamieson Pearce tells DN how he approached his dramatic exploration of the emotional complexity of parental relationships in queer drama short 'Adult'.

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Daniel McKee Unravels the Missing Person Narrative From the Perspective of a Phone Screen in Thriller ‘if you never...

Live Action

5th March, 2019

DN speaks with Daniel McKee about how he was able to build suspense and develop a structured story from a phone in his thriller 'if you never answered x'.

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A Rural Woodworker Consumed by Grief Builds His Own Coffin in Sanford Jenkins Jr.’s USC Short ‘A Craftsman’

Live Action, Premiere

4th March, 2019

Sanford Jenkins Jr. joins DN for the premiere of his USC Diploma short 'A Craftsman', the story of a grief stricken widower who builds his own coffin.

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Fitting

Asides, Live Action

26th February, 2019

Inside a lingerie fitting room a customer who has recently undergone a mastectomy tries to find a bra that works in Emily Avila's touching short 'Fitting'

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Glimpse the Unseen World of Mysterious Connections in Ollie Verschoyle’s ‘Madeleine’

Film Festival, Live Action, Premiere

22nd February, 2019

DN talks to Ollie Verschoyle about taking up the role of director alongside his cinematographer duties on 'Madeleine' - a story of interconnected clarity.

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Le Cerf-Voliste

Animation

22nd February, 2019

ASA students Lucie Andouche & Cécile Despretz present this succinct, sombre & colourful short about the relationship between a boy, a girl & their kites.

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Ben Hector Explores Fractious Mother Daughter Dynamics in Family Drama ‘Jo’

Live Action

18th February, 2019

Director Ben Hector tells DN how working with established actors, both old and young, helped shape his awkward family drama short 'Jo'.

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Jeannie Nguyen Explores a Modern Heartbreak in the City in Vietnam-Set Short ‘Sigh Gone’

Live Action

11th February, 2019

DN speaks with Jeannie Nguyen about directing in a major city, her cinematic influences and creating Easter eggs in her short film 'Sigh Gone'.

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Don’t Be a Hero

Asides, Live Action

8th February, 2019

Peter Lee’s 'Don’t Be a Hero' sees a woman combat the loneliness of her deeply unhappy life by robbing banks in her lunch break dressed as a cowboy.

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