UK Tag Archive

An Absurd Act of Violence Becomes the Ultimate Form of Creative Self-Expression in Dorny Sunday’s ‘Judith’

Live Action, Premiere

3rd April, 2020

Dorny Sunday takes DN behind the scenes of his new short 'Judith', an unreliable portrait of violence as the ultimate form of creative self-expression.

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John Ogunmuyiwa Offers a Surprising Peek Into the Lives of Two South London Drug Dealers in ‘Mandem’

Live Action, Premiere

1st April, 2020

John Ogunmuyiwa embarks on a delicious exercise of audience baiting in expectation defying, day in the life of 2 South London drug dealers short 'Mandem'.

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Sibling Rivalry Gets Deadly in the Gruelling World of Professional Gymnastics in Paris Zarcilla’s ‘Pommel’

Live Action

31st March, 2020

Paris Zarcilla takes us inside the intense world of competitive gymnastics and the tumultuous relationship of 2 brothers vying for validation in 'Pommel'.

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A Sexual Predator Get What’s Coming to Him in Kate Dolan’s Satisfying Revenge Horror Short ‘Catcalls’

Live Action

13th March, 2020

Kate Dolan delivers the cathartic experience of seeing a sexual predator on the receiving end of some gruesome feline justice in horror short 'Catcalls'.

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Witness the Epic Rise & Fall of a Civilisation in Eidy Knowles’ Breathtaking 3D Animation ‘Babamimoun’

Animation, Music

13th March, 2020

Eidy Knowles joins DN with epic sci-fi animated music video 'Babamimoun' and takes us through the 18 month solo-creation of this 3D race through evolution.

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An Astronaut Struggles to Adapt to Life on Earth After Redundancy in Joe Connor’s Musing on the Human Experience

Live Action, Premiere

11th March, 2020

Director Joe Connor reveals why taking 7 years to shoot his short about an astronaut's struggle to adapt to life back on Earth resulted in a stronger film.

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Divided We Scroll

Art & Fashion, Asides

10th March, 2020

Klaas Diersmann provides an eerie depiction of the obsessive, compulsive and divisive relationships we've formed with technology in 'Divided We Scroll'.

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Jenny Jokela Creates a Tribute to Friendship & Self-Confidence in Animated Visual Poem ‘Live a Little’

Animation, Premiere

6th March, 2020

Jenny Jokela discusses creating a female lead who "isn’t necessarily likeable or perfect in any way" in her latest animated short 'Live a Little'

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Barry Chapman Looks to Toy with Audience Expectations in Animated Experiment Compilation ‘The Big Flip’

Animation

5th March, 2020

London-based motion designer Barry Chapman joins us to discuss exploring reverse dynamics in 'The Big Flip' - a compilation of animated experiments.

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A Young Woman Struggles to Forge a New Path in a Foreign City in James&James’ Experimental Short ‘Léa’

Live Action

24th February, 2020

James&James return to DN with new short 'Léa', an exploration of a young woman in a foreign city struggling to figure out what life has in store for her.

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Relive the True Story of a Lonely Seabird & his Hopeless Love in Natasza Cetner’s Animated Short ‘Nigel’

Animation

21st February, 2020

Inspired by Japanese woodprints & Michael Dudok de Wit's 'The Red Turtle', Natasza Cetner discusses her RCA graduation film 'Nigel'.

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Animation, Ideas, and Discourse Join Forces in Robert Grieves’ 2D/3D Animated Short ‘Disorder’

Animation, Premiere

18th February, 2020

Animator Robert Grieves returns to DN to explain how we went about bringing the climate change discourse to life in this impressive explainer short.

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