Maegan Houang returns to DN and explains how she used confronting POV shots to challenge the viewer in her potent historical drama short.
Alex Kayode-Kay reveals how he pounded Brixton's pavements to fund his BAFTA nominated short exploring the life of a woefully overlooked Black activist.
We speak to Aneil Karia about the improvisational approaches he took when shooting his scathing short film insight into Britain's worst impulses.
Skinner Myers reveals how he captured the legacy of a Black man wrongfully murdered over 100 years ago on 35mm film in biographical drama 'Frank Embree'.
Combining 16mm, 8mm, VHS and video Sally Tran details how she documented the roots and persistence of anti-Asian hate in the USA in 'Centuries and Still'.
'2nd Class' dir. Jimmy Olsson discusses the attraction of narratives about fear, discarding the coverage safety net and why he’ll never play a Nazi again.
In Joosje Duk's provocative short, the carefree dynamic between four friends suddenly shifts following an unpleasant encounter with a nightclub bouncer.
Documentary, Film Festival
Kate Hickey’s doc celebrates the rise of the iconic Venice Beach rollerskate dancing scene and exposes the prejudices which fuelled its destruction.
Marc Fouchard confounds expectations of racial violence when a young skinhead enters a Muslim store in his perennially timely Oscar shortlisted film.
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