Tomek Suwalski breaks down his live-action approach to CGI animation for the cinematic trailer of revered apocalyptic action-shooter Dying Light 2.
Asides, Live Action
Giomi’s fantasy-horror-cartoon-superhero-sci-fi-musical-drama CCXP short 'World of all Worlds' is a glorious celebration of geekdom and shared culture.
VELLAS transports us into the chaotic heart of conflict in Ubisoft's cinematic live action launch trailer for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.
Film Festival, Live Action
Johan Stahl talks to DN about unleashing a young boy's disturbing imagination on the world in Newport Beach Film Fest trailer 'Play: The Power of Ideas'.
Sam Huntley's ‘Shooting It All To Hell’, provides a rip-roaring intro to the eccentric owner of rural Kansas roadside curiosity store Zoomer’s Treasures.
DN speaks to writer/director Tomek Suwalski about expanding the world of the Metro game series in his thrilling cinematic CGI short 'Artyom's Nightmare'.
Director/Composer Frederick Lloyd builds an epic teaser for the forthcoming EP from his alter ego Ursine Vulpine & singer/songwriter Annaca in 'Solace'.
Filmmakers Adam Floeck and Nate Swinehart join us to discuss animated series 'The Sentinel' as they aim to secure funding for their epic animated adventure.
If I had to name a filmmaker whose work has consistently left DN’s collective jaws agape, nine times out of ten the name which would jump to my lips is
Passion abounds in Norman Bates’ intriguing (and slightly NSFW) trailer for Straus Park, the new novel from P. B. Gronda.
I’m sucker for a well made fan animation; be it Wolverine Vs The Hand, The Walking Dead Opening Titles or Evil Dead: An Animated Tribute. However, whilst
OK, Dan Gitsham’s previous films might have you convinced that peeking between your fingers is the de facto sensible viewing position for his work, but
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