Short Film Tag Archive

Sweet William

Asides, Live Action

21st August, 2019

Kate Martin stars as a young woman caught in the grip of a downward spiral of emotion in Brooks Reynold’s gripping 16mm micro-short 'Sweet William'.

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Niels Windfeldt Glimpses Humanity’s Future Amidst the Remnants of a Sunken Village in ‘Rising Water’

Art & Fashion

19th August, 2019

Niels Windfeldt reveals how meticulous planning gave way to the harsh realities of freezing underwater filming in his experimental short 'Rising Water'.

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Matt Cascella Envisages the Life Cycle of a Mattress in his Comedy Short ‘Beds’

Live Action, Premiere

15th August, 2019

Brooklyn-based director Matt Cascella tells DN how he maintained a consistent tone throughout the vignettes of his lifecycle of a mattress short 'Beds'.

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Barret Bowman Turns Stomachs with the Most Disgusting Games Night of All Time in Gross-Out Comedy ‘Baby Bird’

Live Action, Premiere

13th August, 2019

Barret Bowman tells DN how he created the practical effects used for his gross-out comedy 'Baby Bird', a short about a games night that goes much too far.

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Dan Sadgrove Captures an Ancestral Horse Race Born from Legend in Doc Short ‘S’Ardia é S’Ardia’

Documentary

9th August, 2019

Dan Sadgrove explains how despite solo shooting & navigating a language barrier he was able to capture a thrilling ancestral horse race born from legend.

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A Solo Park Run Escalates into a Battle of One-Upmanship in Mariia Ponomarova’s ‘Ardea’

Live Action, Premiere

5th August, 2019

Mariia Ponomarova joins DN for the premiere 'Ardea' - the story of a gentle park run which quickly escalates into a competitive battle of one-upmanship.

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Sheila Avellino & Brandon Habuda Search for Hope Amongst Hopelessness in Refugee Drama ‘Blackbird’

Live Action

2nd August, 2019

Sheila Avellino & Brandon Habuda tell DN how extensive planning & a rigid shot list maximised their use of golden hour light in refugee drama 'Blackbird'.

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Solmund MacPherson Discovers the Intimacy of Consensual Violence in ‘A Short Documentary About People Fighting’

Documentary

1st August, 2019

Solmund MacPherson reveals how curiosity about getting hit in the face led to his intimate brawling film 'A Short Documentary About People Fighting'.

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Roni Shao Reveals How China’s Underground Artists Are Pushing the Boundaries of Art & Culture in ‘Frontiers’

Art & Fashion, Music

31st July, 2019

Roni Shao explains how he navigated the new frontiers of self-expression defining the future of Chinese art & culture in multi-sensory feast 'Frontiers'.

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Serafima Serafimova Exposes Female Body Hang-Ups to the Cleansing Spotlight of Collective Recognition in ‘Flawed’

Animation, Premiere

31st July, 2019

Serafima Serafimova reveals how hang-ups inspired the creation of 'Flawed' - a film which exposes the personal insecurities women have about their bodies.

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Inherit The Earth

Asides, Documentary

31st July, 2019

Christian Shultz's doc 'Inherit The Earth' follows teens from Baltimore as they reconcile with the urban poverty which has entrenched their local area.

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Bobb Barito Tracks a Vengeful Father on the Fourth of July in Short Drama ‘Light My Fire’

Live Action

30th July, 2019

DN speaks with Bobb Barito about the thematic implications of Independence Day, the culture of abusers, and overcoming on-set issues for 'Light My Fire'.

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