UK Tag Archive

The Discovery of a Girl’s Body Derails Three Brothers’ Plans of Escape in Jonny Blair’s ‘Come Out of the...

Live Action

6th November, 2018

Jonny Blair talks to DN about 'Come Out of the Woods' - the story of three brothers whose plans of escape are disrupted by the discovery of a girl's body.

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How Ian Pons Jewell Lined up Viral Success for Nike in Future Football Ad Spot ‘Dare to Become’

Live Action

5th November, 2018

DN talks to Ian Pons Jewell about his viral 'Dare To Become' Nike ad spot - an exhilarating playful mix of future tech and dynamically shot football.

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Guy Soulsby Creates a Tangible Feeling of Dread in Epic Short ‘God’s Kingdom’

Live Action

2nd November, 2018

Guy Soulsby joins us to explain how an obsession with the book of Revelation led him to create a tale of good versus evil set on the Yorkshire Dales.

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Meet the Road Crew Who Keep Us Safe From Inter-Dimensional Terrors in Matt Harlock & Krent Able’s ‘Deep Clean’

Live Action

1st November, 2018

Matt Harlock discusses creating the hidden world of a secret council unit tasked with blocking up demon portals in creature feature short 'Deep Clean'.

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An Oppressive Regime Reaches Boiling Point in Dean Puckett’s Folklore Short ‘The Sermon’

Live Action

31st October, 2018

DN speaks to Dean Puckett about 'The Sermon' his allegorical folklore horror short about an isolated village reaching boiling point.

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Dan Castro Explains How He Tried to Capture the Feeling of an Anxiety Spiral in ‘Herman Brown is Feeling...

Animation, Film Festival

30th October, 2018

RCA graduate Dan Castro joins us to discuss how "a bit of a mini-breakdown" led him to create his relatable animated short 'Herman Brown is Feeling Down'.

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Derby Kiss

Asides, Documentary

22nd October, 2018

Fanny Hoetzeneder celebrates the beautiful and brutal nature of the London Rollergirls' battle bruises in empowering Random Acts doc short 'Derby Kiss'.

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A Woman Loses Herself in the Memory of Her Past Lover in Lexi Kiddo’s Sci-Fi Music Video ‘Cloud Party’

Music

19th October, 2018

Lexi Kiddo shares why he went analogue for the tech in his sci-fi story of a woman who can relive vivid moments with her past lover in 'Cloud Party'.

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A Dead Body Forces Co-Workers to Contemplate Life & Death in Shalini Adnani’s Darkly Comic ‘Something More Banal’

Live Action, Premiere

17th October, 2018

DN speaks to writer/director Shalini Adnani about turning the bizarre ways we react to death into existential black comedy short 'Something More Banal'.

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Charlotte Regan Explores the Father/Son Relationship in B&W Short ‘Dodgy Dave’

Film Festival, Live Action

15th October, 2018

London-based writer/director Charlotte Regan joins us to discuss how the parental relationships of friends & family inspired her LFF short 'Dodgy Dave'.

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Chris Shepherd Embraces Stereotypes in his Satirical Animated Short ‘Brexicuted’

Animation, Film Festival

11th October, 2018

Filmmaker Chris Shepherd returns to Directors Notes to discuss the inspiration & process behind his topical animated short 'Brexicuted'.

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Spook Train: Curtains

Animation, Asides

10th October, 2018

Claysplotation master Lee Hardcastle’s 'Spook Train' horror series rolls into town with its first gore-filled episode, the innocuously titled 'Curtains'.

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