15th May, 2019
Beakus animator Rory WT returns to the mind-bending philosophy of gifted spiritual healer Mr. Madila in his new comedy series for Adult Swim Smalls.
Live Action, Music, Premiere
7th May, 2019
Stathis Athanasiou discusses stealing unapologetically, the creativity of limitations and expressing female fury in music video trilogy short 'Rage Park'.
14th March, 2019
Mackenzie Sheppard returns to DN to discuss 'VISIT EARTH' - a series designed to "sell" planet Earth to intergalactic tourists.
Art & Fashion, Documentary
6th December, 2018
Shern Sharma joins us to discuss besting the challenges of underwater filming and Mexico's weather for his lyrical Julie Gautier documentary 'Xibalba'.
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'.
10th October, 2018
Claysplotation master Lee Hardcastle’s 'Spook Train' horror series rolls into town with its first gore-filled episode, the innocuously titled 'Curtains'.
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.
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'.
Art & Fashion
14th August, 2018
Andrew De Zen tells DN about depicting the anxious feelings of loss & chaotic thoughts brought on by time & fading memories in 'Stories We Tell Ourselves'
Art & Fashion, Asides
13th August, 2018
Lexi Kiddo’s 'In My Dreams I See Volcanoes' for the Barbican expresses its LGBT theme with a riotous mix of dance, poetry & colour.
Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides
10th August, 2018
DN gets excited about John Morena's decision to release the deep cuts from his 'a new film a week for a year' project as the 'Area 52 B-Sides'.
Asides, Live Action
30th July, 2018
Richard Dixon Wheatley ponders the urban sprawl of London life as experienced by members of its eroding communities in The Art of Change short 'DYSTOPIA'.
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