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Documentary

Tristan Anderson Heads to Kickstarter to Finish His Michael Jackson Tribute Artists Doc ‘Moonwalkers’

Tristan Anderson speaks to DN about how and why he's turned to Kickstarter for his triple Michael Jackson impersonator documentary 'Moonwalkers'.

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News

Calling All Female Filmmakers: A Look Inside the London Film Academy’s Pioneers Award Bursary

The deadline for London Film Academy's Pioneers Award is soon! DN spoke with LFA's co-founder Anna MacDonald about their scholarship for female filmmakers.

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Animation

A Decade of Holy Machines – Jossie Malis’ Beloved ‘Bendito Machine’ Series Heads to its Grand Finale

Since 2006 the ‘Bendito Machine’ series has made us consider our relationship to technology and the world around us. As the series approaches its grande

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Live Action

Director Nick Peterson Offers Backers the Opportunity to Star in his Latest Film

Looking for help crowdfunding his latest film 'Sticky Fingers', director Nick Peterson joins us to discuss the benefits of rotoscoping and what backers can

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Documentary

Michelle Heighway Unearths the Life & Times of Britain’s Most Famous Eccentric in ‘Mr. Somebody?’

We revist our interview with documentary director Michelle Heighway for her feature debut 'Mr. Somebody?' - a look at the life and times of Britain's most

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Documentary

Director Alex Barrett on Composing a Modern Day Silent Film Ode to England’s Capital in ‘London Symphony’

Long time DN writer & filmmaker Alex Barrett joins us to discuss his new feature film project 'London Symphony', a poetic silent film about the culture and

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Documentary

ROCKBOTTOM: Songs of no Money – A Feature Documentary About Poverty & Rock´n´Roll

In his documentary 'ROCKBOTTOM – Songs of no Money', director Marc Helfers examines poverty and Rock´n´Roll across the globe through a diverse range of

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Documentary

ORION Unmasked: Further Adventures in Crowdfunding with Jeanie Finlay

Jeanie Finlay's latest feature, ORION: The Man Who Would Be King, has been waiting in the wings for several years but is now ready to take centre stage as

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Live Action

Kire Paputts Challenges Preconceptions About Special Needs Actors in ‘The Rainbow Kid’

DN alumni Kire Paputts tell us how his forthcoming feature 'The Rainbow Kid' bucks the norm without succumbing to lazy cinematic conventions, to tell the

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Live Action

The McKinnon Brothers Talk Mysteries, Multimedia & Crowdfunding for ‘KIN Fables’

The first instalment of The McKinnon Brothers’ 'KIN Fables' masterfully draws you into a stunning world of mystery. We sat down with the brothers to discuss

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Animation

Kickstart Lee Hardcastle’s Feature Length Claysplotation ‘SPOOK TRAIN’

If you happen to take a browse through the DN archives, it quickly becomes apparent that animation is one of our favourite forms of filmmaking, and while

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Live Action

Kickstart Mark Jenkin’s 16mm Featurette ‘Bronco’s House’

Mark Jenkin on 'Bronco’s House', a 16mm experimental narrative featurette about one man’s quest for a roof created in adherence with the SLDG13 manifesto.

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