3rd December, 2015
Created to make people think about how the products they use affect deforestation and, as a wider consequence, climate change, the Moth Collective introduce
28th October, 2015
Feeling like a film that encourages conversation, we speak to director Jess Collett about what inspired the unusual narrative and distinct look behind RCA
4th December, 2014
We chat to Hannah Jacobs about the inspiration and production of her immersive, emotive promo for Tom Rosenthal track 'It's OK'.
1st August, 2014
"When we are born, we are about as wet as a banana" - Sophie Koko Gate explains how a friend's revelation on how she thought she would age inspired her RCA
28th July, 2014
Graduating RCA Animator Nicolas Ménard talks to Directors Notes about his approach to storytelling & the importance of collaboration when making
25th July, 2014
Graduating RCA animator Joe Bichard gives us an insight into how collaboration became the most enjoyable and rewarding part of making his animated short
21st July, 2014
Described by the filmmaker as "by the far the most challenging thing I’ve ever had to make", we caught up with graduating RCA animator Isaac Holland to
14th July, 2014
The first in our series of interviews with Royal College of Art animators, we speak to Marcus Armitage about his graduation film 'My Dad' - a short that
21st March, 2014
RCA animation graduate & award-winning director Luiz Stockler joins us to talk about the concept of his unusual short film Montenegro.
11th November, 2013
Eager to find out more about Nicolas Ménard's stunning RCA animation 'Somewhere', I spoke to the filmmaker to unravel the mysteries of his one-armed
29th July, 2013
With the 2013 RCA Graduate Exhibition having recently taken place, DN was lucky enough to get a look at the recent batch of animated shorts coming out of
7th March, 2013
Lots of things can make a house a home, but RCA student Luiz Stockler has catalogued the funniest/weirdest ones in his short animation 'Home'.
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