Thomas May Bailey speaks to DN about harnessing the metaphorical potential of a VP stage as the setting for his debut short exploring ambition and desire.
Hugo De Sousa returns to DN and tells us how he recreated the claustrophobic, exploitative atmosphere of an audition for his uncomfortable satirical short.
Tamsin Topolski details how she represented her protagonist's mental and physical demise through all aspects of her darkly comic satire's colour palette.
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Isher Sahota explains how he struck the right tonal balance of comedy and skulduggery for his darkly comic period drama about self-interested backstabbing.
Will & Carly speak about exploring the disparity between the fantasy of the male gaze and the reality of women’s breasts in their social experiment short.
Solmund MacPherson reveals how the farcical nature of everyday life inspired his short film about a wolf hiding inside a human skin.
Émile V. Schlesser explains how he made the unlikeable conniving protagonists of his tragicomic short film satire so effortlessly compelling.
Sylvain Cruiziat talks to DN about critiquing the art world's self-serving response to the refugee crises in his blistering metafictional satire.
Co-Directors Elizabeth Godar and Mitch deQuilettes take DN inside the spot on parodying of the virtue signalling couples in their comedy short.
Max Barron of JONES reveals how the duo used the allegory of a mythical creature as a tool to tell a universal story about entrenched beliefs.
Amélie Cochet and Louis Möhrle discuss the minimalistic yet dramatic colour palette that underpins their waste-conscious animated short.
Poppy Gordon discusses deploying a technicolour-like aesthetic & razor-sharp dialogue to satirise well-meaning 'woke' producers in 'For Your Consideration.
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