Premiere Tag Archive

How Simon K Matthews Transformed Heartache Into Cathartic Cringe Comedy Trilogy ‘Based on a True Story’

Live Action, Premiere

14th November, 2018

Simon K Matthews discusses the cathartic experience of turning heartache into cringe comedy in his relationship trilogy of shorts 'Based on a True Story'.

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A Grieving Woman Moves Through Her Beloved’s Past in Search of a Way Forward in Kylie Eaton’s ’43 Quintillion’

Live Action, Premiere

24th October, 2018

Kylie Eaton shares the inspiration and production journey behind '43 Quintillion', her debut narrative sci-fi short about grief and endless possibilities.

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Mohammed Hammad Explores the Influence of Police Intervention on Native American Lives in ‘American Arithmetic’

Art & Fashion, Documentary, Premiere

22nd October, 2018

DN talks to Mohammed Hammad about his intimate look at a community of Native American organizers reclaiming land & culture in the face of police violence.

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Arthur Valverde Ventures Into the Pulsating Heart of Berlin’s Techno Community in ‘Rave’

Art & Fashion, Documentary, Music, Premiere

16th October, 2018

A girl takes a contemplative journey into the pulsating heart of Berlin's techno community in Arthur Valverde's doc collaboration with Nakt 'Rave'.

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A Woman Calls Her Ex-Boyfriend to Account for His Actions in Louisa Fielden’s Unflinching ‘People You May Know’

Live Action, Premiere

9th October, 2018

Louisa Fielden joins DN to discuss unflinching drama 'People You May Know' – a film which sees a woman hold her ex accountable for his past actions.

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A Man Ventures Into a Foreign Land to Reclaim His Lost Love in Andrew De Zen’s ‘Places’ for Alaskan...

Music, Premiere

8th October, 2018

Andrew De Zen discusses the logistical joys of taking a crane into the jungle for 'Places', the third & final part of his Alaskan Tapes trilogy of films.

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A Woman Finds Her True Direction in Albert Choi’s Meditative Reflection on Solitude ‘The Idea of North’

Live Action, Premiere

4th September, 2018

Albert Choi tells DN how he and his team of collaborators mapped out the cinematic journey of their meditative reflection on solitude 'The Idea of North'.

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Experience the Refugee Journey Through Western Eyes in Ty Richardson’s Emotive Short ‘War Poem’

Art & Fashion, Live Action, Premiere

19th June, 2018

DN speaks to Ty Richardson about creating an empathic, fictionalised version of a refugee crisis as experienced through Western eyes in 'War Poem'.

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Iqbal Ahmed Pays Homage to the Therapeutic Power of Music in Inspiring Documentary Short ‘Offbeat’

Documentary, Music, Premiere

18th June, 2018

LA-based Writer/Director Iqbal Ahmed takes DN behind the scenes of his inspiring documentary portrait about the therapeutic power of music, ‘Offbeat’.

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In a Bleak World Devoid of Refuge a Man Tries to Endure in Rafa G. Arroyo’s Post-Apocalyptic Short ‘LOST’

Live Action, Premiere

1st June, 2018

Rafa G. Arroyo’s post-apocalyptic short 'LOST' posits the question of what fuels us to continue the fight for survival in the face of utter despair.

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A Paranoid Woman Attempts to Unmask Her Boyfriend’s Lover in Matthew Charof’s Psychological Thriller ‘Violet’

Live Action, Premiere

23rd May, 2018

Matthew Charof’s 'Violet' sees a paranoid woman straddle the line between reality and fantasy as she attempts to confront her boyfriend’s lover.

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Past Love Forces an Amateur Pornographer to Reconsider His Life in Stephen Takashima’s ‘Breathing Through Trees’

Live Action, Premiere

22nd May, 2018

An amateur pornographer is torn between memories from his past & the fresh new applicant sitting before him in Stephen Takashima’s Breathing Through Trees

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