Nature Tag Archive

Animation

A Rite of Passage Fishing Ritual Challenges a Father-Son Relationship in Ross Stringer’s BAFTA Winner ‘Crab Day’

Ross Stringer breaks down the deceptively minimal monochrome colour palette he used to tell the thematically rich story of his NFTS graduate short.

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Animation

“Pirate Filmmaking” Heads to Cannes in Karni&Saul’s Fishy Road Trip Short ‘Wild Summon’

Filmmakers Karni&Saul return to DN to discuss seamless blending live-action and CGI for their Cannes 'in Competition' love poem to nature short film.

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Documentary

Jack Weisman & Gabriela Osio Vanden Shift the Perspective of Polar Bear Migration in Doc ‘Nuisance Bear’

Jack Weisman and Gabriela Osio Vanden tell DN how they developed the self-aware approach of their shifted perspective polar bear documentary short.

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Documentary

Exploring the Ends of the World: The Perseverance and Determination Behind Nicholas Jones’ Documentary ‘A Greenlander’

Nicholas Jones recounts persevering through many obstacles and obscene cold to capture his documentary following a man’s fight to stay in his beloved home.

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Documentary

Jessica Bishopp Intimately Follows the Lives of Young Bird Watchers in Immersive Documentary ‘Skyward’

Jessica Bishopp deconstructs how she recreated the immersive feeling of birdwatching through considered visual language and detailed sound design.

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Live Action, Premiere

Rhys Day’s Mysterious Climate Change Allegory ‘Strange Country’ Depicts the Australian Wilderness Fighting Back

Rhys Days explains the challenges involved with shooting in remote Australian rainforests for his enigmatic ecological narrative.

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Art & Fashion, Premiere

Mathieu Mondoulet & Thibaut Eiferman’s ‘La Fuga Dei Cervelli’ Explores the Fight Between Freedom and Conformity

Thibaut Eiferman & Mathieu Mondoulet detail the combination of improvisation, choreography & nature with man-made environments of their dance film.

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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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Animation, Music

Analogue, Digital & Natural Combine in Emily Scaife’s Dreamy Music Video ‘Filled With Wonder Once Again’

"Analogue will always have a big influence." Emily Scaife discusses combining traditional and contemporary techniques in her latest music video creation.

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Documentary

Palmer Morse & Matt Mikkelsen Tune into the Disappearing Beauty of Natural Silence in ‘Being Hear’

Palmer Morse & Matt Mikkelsen follow acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton as he contemplates the importance of preserving the silences of the natural world.

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