Elena Saurel discusses capturing the wisdom that can be garnered from a man who grew up in a version of the world that no longer exists.
Joe Roberts & Karl Poyzer discuss stepping up their creative ambitions for the sequel to their space set viral animated short.
We talk to Denzel Whitaker about delving into the power of modern celebrity in our culture and the complexities of race in America in short film '5150'.
From delightful evocations of home to experiments in pure sound and colour, Disney's Short Circuit programme shows off the next generation of studio talent.
Documentarian Duncan Cowles talks 'Scary Adult Things' and transitioning his signature comedic style from short film to a long-form series.
Steve Squall takes us through the first instalment of serial sci-fi odyssey 'Mujō', the story of a woman's isolated existence in a post-apocalyptic world.
Karl Poyzer and Joe Roberts detail how through embracing their side-hobbies during lockdown they created 'Floaters' a hilarious sci-fi animation.
Live Action, Premiere
We hit the road with director Mike Lars White and a pair of unlikely friends in his poignant and witty conversation comedy 'The Rick and Stanley Show'.
Lenny Abrahamson digs deep into TV series 'Normal People', from working with an Intimacy Coordinator for the first time to making subtle stories resonate.
Ben Dean shares his experience making music video series 'Shelter in Place', 7 diverse one-shot dance films that explore the range of emotions in lockdown.
Director Joel Jay Blacker returns to DN with comedy sci-fi series 'Who You Are' and tells us how he brought an asshole AI to foul-mouthed life.
Matt Hopkins talks to DN about creating short doc 'A Failure of the Imagination' about the first five years of ground breaking zero-waste restaurant Silo.
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