Film Festival, Music
The Berlin Music Video Awards is Europe's biggest festival for music promos. We have the lowdown on the ten most dazzling videos from the 2021 lineup.
Throughout 2020 DN was fortunate enough to speak to some of the most talented filmmakers across the globe. Here are 20 of our favourite conversations.
Mark Jenkin returns to DN to discuss 'Bait' his 16mm B&W, hand-processed and post-synced breakthrough feature about a struggling Cornish fisherman.
"My top ten includes films that have lingered and stayed with me." Jeanie Finlay reflects on her year of cinema as a director and audience member.
"I’ve decided that ranking art in any kind of order is futile." Neil Fox shares not a top ten list but rather a choice collection of 2019 cinema.
"My favourite filmmakers of all-time continue to churn out extraordinary cinema with ease" James rounds up his favourite ten feature films of 2019.
After a ten year hiatus Filmstock, one of Britain's best independent film festivals made a most welcome return - these are some of our highlights.
Art & Fashion, Film Festival, Live Action
Coinciding with the world premiere of Cornish feature 'Bronco’s House' DN is proud to host a conversation between Dr. Neil Fox and filmmaker Mark Jenkin.
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.
Neil Fox discusses manifestos, Dogme and Cornwall with filmmaker Mark Jenkin as they talk about his 2011 feature 'Happy Christmas'.
Live Action, Podcasts
We catch up with filmmaker Mark Jenkins to discuss his involvement with Cornish collective War-rag and their first short 'The 12 Inch Pianist'.
Anyone who's been stuck waiting to pull out at a busy junction will sympathise with feel the pain of Mark Jenkin's 'The Man Who Needed a Traffic Light'.
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