Drama Tag Archive

Proxy

Asides, Live Action

21st September, 2018

When an isolated sick girl and a curious boy strike up a secret friendship at a roadside motel, heartbreak isn’t far behind in Eric Schuman’s 'Proxy'.

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A Newborn Baby’s Fate Hangs in the Balance Between Two Desperate Couples in Christoph Kuschnig’s ‘Hatch’

Live Action

19th September, 2018

DN speaks to Christoph Kuschnig about his emotional abandon baby short 'Hatch' & the challenges of shooting a film which features an infant at its centre.

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Eli

Asides, Live Action

17th September, 2018

Unearthed secrets cause the relationships of a close-knit group of friends to unravel and a young father to make a life-changing decision in 'Eli'.

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A Woman Experiences the Holiday of a Lifetime Without Leaving Her Hotel Room in Joe Gomez’s ‘Ocean Breeze’

Live Action

14th September, 2018

Joe Gomez joins DN to discuss how a stream of generic hotel rooms & the support of Nashville's creative community led to his new short 'Ocean Breeze'.

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A Woman Calls Her Ex-Boyfriend to Account for His Actions in Louisa Fielden’s Unflinching ‘People You May Know’

Live Action

12th September, 2018

Louisa Fielden joins DN to discuss unflinching drama 'People You May Know' – a film which sees a woman hold her ex accountable for his past actions.

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A Woman Finds Her True Direction in Albert Choi’s Meditative Reflection on Solitude ‘The Idea of North’

Live Action, Premiere

4th September, 2018

Albert Choi tells DN how he and his team of collaborators mapped out the cinematic journey of their meditative reflection on solitude 'The Idea of North'.

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Lolz-Ita

Asides, Live Action

3rd September, 2018

A young woman has difficulty straddling the gulf between her confident Instagram persona and the vulnerability she feels IRL in Katie Boland's 'Lolz-Ita'.

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A Lost Man Reaches a Violent Point of No Return in Justin Suttles’ Disquieting ‘A Quiet Morning’

Live Action

20th August, 2018

Justin Suttles joins DN with disquieting short 'A Quiet Morning' and reveals how the unease of stillness informed his approach to production.

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A Middle-Eastern Actor Couple Try to Navigate the Pressures of Relationships, Family & Typecasting in ‘Abroad’

Live Action

7th August, 2018

Actor Zayn Alexander tells DN why he decided to step into the role of director in order to confront the issue of on-screen diversity in short 'Abroad'.

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Kenneth Karlstad Takes Us on a Journey Into Teenage Sensation Seeking in Suburban Gothic Short ‘The Hunger’

Live Action

26th July, 2018

Kenneth Karlstad discusses the creation of his gripping tale of a teenager searching for acceptance under society's pressure of the masculine ideal.

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Desperation Forces a 19 Year Old Drifter to Take Extreme Action in kidsofbill Short ‘Pighead’

Live Action

24th July, 2018

Harrison Friend shares how his symbiotic partnership with co-dir. Samuel Stevenson & the aesthetics of small town Australia led to short film 'Pighead'.

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A Violent Boxer Finds Salvation in a Vicious Thai Prison in Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire’s ‘A Prayer Before Dawn’

Live Action

20th July, 2018

Jean-Stephane Sauvaire talks to DN about 'A Prayer Before Dawn' the true story of an English boxer incarcerated in one of Thailand’s most notorious jails.

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