Feature Tag Archive

Documentary

David Easteal’s Intimate Transportive Commuter Epic ‘The Plains’ Shows Us How Less Can Easily Be More

David Easteal returns to DN to discuss shooting almost entirely from the back of a car for his truly transportive hybrid docu-fiction feature debut.

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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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Documentary, Music

Theo Williams Skillfully Debunks UK Moral Panic Prejudices in Documentary ‘Terms & Conditions: Deeper Than Drill’

Theo Williams explains how seemingly disparate artists weaved together naturally to form his enlightening documentary about the UK drill scene.

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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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Documentary

Goh Iromoto Ponders Questions of Time, Mortality and the Balance of Life in Wildlife Feature ‘Land of the Living’

Goh Iromoto reveals how he captured the inevitable struggles of life amidst the grand canvas of Kenya's majestic wildlife in his contemplative documentary.

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Live Action

Guido Acampa Aligns the Fragility of Human Relationships Against an Ominous Backdrop of War in ‘Inner Front.’

We talk to first time feature director Guido Acampa about working with a dog pack, location as character and leaving an audience with questions.

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Documentary, Live Action

Jonas Bak Casts His Own Mother in Feature ‘Wood and Water’, a Spiritual Piece of Late-Life Slow Cinema

Jonas Bak describes how he wanted to faithfully tell his mother's story through both form and narrative for his debut feature film.

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Article

Neil Fox Top Ten Features of 2021

Embracing the shifting forms, presentations and moods of modern cinema Neil Fox highlights ten of his favourite 2021 cinematic objects.

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Article

Redmond Bacon Top Ten Features of 2021

A mix of arthouse, blockbuster and documentary offerings sum up a year with endless cinematic ideas in Redmond's top ten features of 2021.

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Live Action

Nathalie Álvarez Mesén Embraces the Freedom of a Sexual and Mystical Awakening in Feature Debut ‘Clara Sola’

Nathalie Álvarez Mesén reveals the considered details which underpinned the creation of her poetic drama about a woman's sexual and mystical awakening.

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Live Action

Nicolaas Schmidt Crafts a Mesmerising and Minimalist Work of Sly Romance in Arthouse Drama ‘FIRST TIME’

Nicolaas Schmidt reveals how he combined irony with romance to excellent effect in the static yet constantly moving minimalist film 'FIRST TIME'.

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