Short Film Tag Archive

Lena Tsodykovskaya Celebrates Sincere Sisterhood and the Follies of Youth in ‘Luisa and Anna’s First Fight’

Live Action

21st October, 2019

Lena Tsodykovskaya takes DN behind the scenes of her celebration of the “stupidity of youth & rock solid girl friendships” 'Luisa and Anna’s First

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A Woman Falls into a Fantastical World After the Loss of Her Child in Haolu Wang’s ‘The Pregnant Ground’

Live Action

18th October, 2019

We speak to NFTS graduate Haolu Wang about anchoring magical realism with a grounded psychological journey of trauma and loss in 'The Pregnant Ground'.

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Marc Aziz Ressang & Daniel Agha-Rafei Look into Indonesia’s Extreme DIY Vespa Culture in ‘Rebel Riders’

Documentary

16th October, 2019

Marc Aziz Ressang & Daniel Agha-Rafei provide a glimpse into the lives of the free-spirited members of Indonesia’s DIY Vespa culture in 'Rebel Riders'.

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The Best Short Films of the 2019 London Film Festival

Film Festival

15th October, 2019

Painstakingly picked from hours of eclectic viewings, these are our favourite short films from the 2019 London Film Festival.

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A Woman Is Forced to Confront Her Inner Child in Cat Ventura’s Surprising Comedy ‘Holly Goes to Therapy’

Live Action, Premiere

15th October, 2019

"My biggest goal was the pace leading up to the reveal" A woman endures an unconventional therapy session in Cat Ventura's 'Holly Goes to Therapy'.

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A Teenage Girl With Autism and Her Sister Tackle Life After a Bereavement in Rosie Westhoff’s ‘Our Sister’

Film Festival, Live Action

11th October, 2019

Rosie Westhoff discusses working with teenagers, the importance of a good producer and pushing beyond expectations on her new short 'Our Sister’.

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Gregg Houston Reignites Our Love of Tilt Shift Photography with ‘A Small Film About A Concert’

Documentary, Music

10th October, 2019

Gregg Houston reignites our love of tilt shift photography with his lost diminutive Two Door Cinema Club documentary short 'A Small Film About A Concert'.

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Alice Seabright Balances Good Humour with a Strong Heart in Crowdfunded Endometriosis Short ‘End-O’

Film Festival, Live Action

9th October, 2019

DN talks with Alice Seabright about the crowdfunding process, making art about taboo topics and recognising humour in dark times for comedy drama 'End-O'.

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Fatty Soprano & Shutterr Reveal How the Therapeutic Power of Dance Saved a Man from Depression in ‘Krump Antidote’

Art & Fashion, Documentary

8th October, 2019

Fatty Soprano & Shutterr introduce us to Marcus, a man whose discovery of Krump helped save him from the dark grip of depression in doc 'Krump Antidote'.

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A Woman Gives Birth to a Jellyfish in Jian Luo’s ‘What Do You Know About the Water and the...

Film Festival, Live Action

7th October, 2019

We speak to Jian Luo about her moving, surreal story of a young woman who gives birth to a live jellyfish 'What Do You Know About the Water and the Moon'.

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The Fraternal Bond of Two Young Orphans Is Threatened in Amartei Armar’s Ghanaian Coming of Age Short ‘Vagabonds’

Live Action, Premiere

4th October, 2019

Writer/Director Amartei Armar tells DN why he wants to reframe audience responses to African narratives with his Ghanaian coming of age drama 'Vagabonds'.

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How a Confrontational Conversation Inspired Dal Park to Explore Communication Issues in her RCA Grad Film

Live Action

1st October, 2019

Dal Park joins us to discuss how a failed attempt to interview her Grandma about her life led her to create her RCA animation 'West Question East Answer'.

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