Short Film Tag Archive

Irmãos Meirelles Discover the Inspiration Hidden in Mundane Moments in Artist Profile Doc ‘Murayama’

Art & Fashion, Documentary

9th December, 2019

Irmãos Meirelles explore the hidden complexity inside mundane & seemingly irrelevant moments which lead us to new ideas in artist profile doc 'Murayama'.

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Manes Duerr Asks What Sacrifices Are Worth Keeping a Dream Alive in Racing Relationship Drama ‘Ghost of a Chance’

Live Action, Premiere

6th December, 2019

Manes Duerr asks whether a man’s childhood dream is more important than 3 people’s reality in his high octane relationship drama 'Ghost of a Chance'.

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Jessica Bishopp Explores the Sexual Undercurrent of the Suburban 70s in Hybrid Documentary ‘PAMPAS’

Documentary

4th December, 2019

Director Jessica Bishopp talks the production secrets behind 'PAMPAS', her Random Acts exploration of the 70s, suburban myths, foliage and female desire.

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See How Photographer Aleksandra Kirievskaya Let Go of Fear to Grow Her Craft in Evgenii Bakirov’s ‘Shot by Sasha’

Documentary

3rd December, 2019

Evgenii Bakirov combines photographer Aleksandra Kirievskaya's work with the thoughts of those who know her best for striking profile doc 'Shot by Sasha'.

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A Man on the Brink of Self-Destruction Films His Final Moments in Jonny Blair’s Minimalistic ‘An Hero’

Live Action, Premiere

2nd December, 2019

Jonny Blair explains how a lack of resources and self-confidence led to the creation of his striking webcam short about a man teetering on the edge.

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The Romance and Poetry of Dying Industrial Towns is Explored in Jordan Buckner’s debut short ‘//_sleeper’

Animation

29th November, 2019

"I want to just do this until the sun burns out" - Jordan Buckner explains how his debut short '//_sleeper' has inspired him to make more "weird things".

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Carol Freeman Creates an Astounding Journey of Self-Discovery in Paint-On-Glass Animation ‘The Bird & the Whale’

Animation, Premiere

28th November, 2019

Carol Freeman reveals how a team of animators worked error-free for 14 months across nearly 4500 paintings for paint-on-glass short 'The Bird & the Whale'

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A Young Pregnant Muslim Woman Grapples with a Life Changing Decision in Michael Gupta’s ‘Flower’

Live Action, Premiere

28th November, 2019

Michael Gupta explains why he was excited to meet the challenge of conveying the fraught emotions of a young Muslim woman in a single moment in 'Flower'.

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Will & Carly Expose the Dark Side of Selfie Culture in Satirical Dance Film ‘FILTERFACE’

Live Action

26th November, 2019

DN caught up with the directing duo Will & Carly to discover how they created their satirical dance indictment of selfie culture 'FILTERFACE'.

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A Couple’s Fear and Empathy Battle It out on a Deserted Snowy Road in Lance Edmands’ One-Shot Thriller ‘Whiteout’

Live Action

25th November, 2019

Lance Edmands explains how he used one-shot filmmaking to root audiences inside a couple's battle between fear & empathy in car bound thriller 'Whiteout'.

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A Teenage Contest of Bravado Goes Too Far in Casper Balslev’s Horror Short ‘I Dare You’

Live Action

22nd November, 2019

Director Casper Balsev reveals the reason why Tom and Jerry were a key influence in creating a lightning-fast pace for his new horror short 'I Dare You’.

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How Ryan Dickie Channelled The Goonies and Ghostbusters for Horror Stoner Comedy ‘Montana, GA’

Live Action

21st November, 2019

Ryan Dickie tells DN about how cutting back on his resources lead to stronger creative breakthroughs for his proof-of-concept stoner comedy 'Montana, GA'.

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