Asides, Live Action
16th November, 2018
Charlotte Regan reunites with actor Neil Maskell for Random Acts short 'Little Monster' the emotive story of a father’s prison phone call to his daughter.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
8th November, 2018
DN speaks to Christina Choe about her debut psychodrama 'Nancy' and the difficulties of bringing stories led by complex female protagonists to screen.
Stunning animation and powerful storytelling come together seamlessly in Philip Louis Piaget Rodriguez’s The Animation Workshop grad short 'Reverie'.
Italian filmmaker Giuseppe Garau tells DN how his idea of a pizza delivery gone awry became a loving ode to the history of cinema in 'Seven Pizzas'.
6th November, 2018
Jonny Blair talks to DN about 'Come Out of the Woods' - the story of three brothers whose plans of escape are disrupted by the discovery of a girl's body.
5th November, 2018
Nolan Wilson Goff discusses returning to his native Texas for a tragic story of death, guilt & characters forged by their surroundings in 'Nobody Knows'.
2nd November, 2018
DN speaks to director Erik Poppe about the moral and cinematic considerations which led him to recreate Norway's Utøya tragedy in a gruelling single shot.
Film Festival, Live Action
15th October, 2018
London-based writer/director Charlotte Regan joins us to discuss how the parental relationships of friends & family inspired her LFF short 'Dodgy Dave'.
11th October, 2018
Gioacchino Petronicce’s 'Locked in' sees a man barred from enjoying the tantalising snacks of a nearby vending machine by absent minded circumstance.
10th October, 2018
Director Danielle Kampf takes DN behind the scenes of her exploration of a sophomore student's crippling social anxiety in NYU thesis short 'Presentation'.
Live Action, Premiere
9th October, 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.
5th October, 2018
The freeing affirmation of a teen’s cross-dressing comfort is disrupted when they inadvertently bump into their father in Yuchao Feng’s 'Red'.
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