Drama Tag Archive

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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Diagnosis

Asides, Live Action

20th July, 2018

A secretive woman's buried feelings resurface, detonating an emotional bomb that shakes the foundations of her life in Eva Riley's gripping 'Diagnosis'.

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Richard Raymond Makes Cinema History Exploring the Sacrifices We Make for Love in ‘Souls of Totality’

Live Action

16th July, 2018

Richard Raymond talks to DN about the logistics of capturing a live solar eclipse whilst shooting his cinema history-making short 'Souls of Totality'.

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A Woman Walks into the Abyss to Save Her Sister in Adam Butcher’s Tense Suspense Drama ‘The Prevailing Winds’

Live Action

27th June, 2018

A lone hiker braves the threat of an invisible, deadly toxin to save her sister in Adam Butcher’s tense suspense drama The Prevailing Winds.

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Undercurrent

Asides, Live Action

21st June, 2018

Patrick Fileti’s short 'Undercurrent' tells the story of a young Syrian girl who finds hope in the midst of tragedy following a dangerous sea journey.

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Wild Horses

Asides, Live Action

5th June, 2018

A young girl struggles to deal with her illness, whilst also becoming obsessed with horses, in Rory Stewart's NFTS short.

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Jesse Kreitzer Paints a Haunting Portrait of Life for a 1900s Coal Mining Family in 35mm Short ‘Black Canaries’

Live Action

29th May, 2018

A coal mining family find themselves locked in a symbiotic relationship with a land that sustains & destroys them in Jesse Kreitzer’s Black Canaries

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Past Love Forces an Amateur Pornographer to Reconsider His Life in Stephen Takashima’s ‘Breathing Through Trees’

Live Action, Premiere

22nd May, 2018

An amateur pornographer is torn between memories from his past & the fresh new applicant sitting before him in Stephen Takashima’s Breathing Through Trees

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The Boyfriend Game

Asides, Live Action

10th May, 2018

Alice Englert takes us into the power and vividity of children's imaginations in her dark, unsettling debut film, 'The Boyfriend Game'.

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Grief Weighs Heavy on an Emotionally Unmoored Teen in Erin Elders’ Contemplative Short Penny Sucker’

Live Action

8th May, 2018

A grieving teen struggles to connect with friends & family following the untimely death of his mother in Erin Elders' contemplative short 'Penny Sucker'.

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Xavier Legrand Throws Open the Closed Doors of Domestic Abuse in Award Winning Debut Feature ‘Custody’

Live Action

17th April, 2018

DN speaks to award winning director Xavier Legrand about his harrowing depiction of family breakdown and domestic abuse in potent debt feature 'Custody'.

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A PTSD Suffering Soldier Longs for a Love Never Lost in Fraser Rigg’s 16mm Short ‘ALEGNA’

Live Action

12th April, 2018

A soldier yearns for a love never lost whilst battling the debilitating emotional darkness of PTSD in Fraser Rigg’s 16mm short 'ALEGNA'.

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