Animation, Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts
1st November, 2009
Matt Harlock & Paul Thomas discuss their photo-animated doc about the life of one of the world’s greatest comedians, 'American: The Bill Hicks Story'.
Film Festival, Live Action
31st October, 2009
Ever since I saw Barton Fink over 15 years ago, I knew I would forever be a fan of the Coen Brothers; their style was unusual, their storytelling
30th October, 2009
DN takes a look at Warwick Thornton's Cannes, Camera D’or Winning debut feature Samson & Delilah.
29th October, 2009
The reputation of Jacques Audiard’s Un prophète (A Prophet) has, as expected, gone from strength to strength. DN takes a look at this much lauded debut.
Documentary, Film Festival
28th October, 2009
Double Sundance Grand Jury prize winner Ondi Timoner, must have thought she was living the documentary filmmaker’s dream, when in 1999 she was asked
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
27th October, 2009
For his third feature Passenger Side, director Matt Bissonnette decided to go back to basics and the freedom that comes from shooting a film on a low
South Korean cinema has been going from strength to strength in recent years and if Mother is anything to go by, then this rise isn’t going to stop
26th October, 2009
DN takes a look at Chris Atkins' documentary examination into the forces of fame, celebrity and the media, and finds its revelations somewhat lacking.
25th October, 2009
This is the best article you’ve ever read! This is the best article you’ve ever read! Ok, now I’ve laid down the Jedi Mind Trick I can
As a fan of many years and with a couple near misses in the past, today’s LFF interview is probably the highlight of the festival for me. It was my
"With The Limits of Control, Jarmusch has easily made his best film since the seminal Dead Man." DN takes a look at the master filmmaker's latest movie.
Animation, Film Festival
24th October, 2009
After the screening of Metropia, director Tarik Saleh claimed he never wanted to make an animation and even went on to declare that after watching his film
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