9th April, 2020
Maegan Houang tells DN how she used rear projection and practical effects to conjure up the primal forces of nature for exquisite music video 'In a Bind'.
7th April, 2020
Ivan Olita returns to DN with 'The Last Singer' a documentary exploration of the friction between long-held traditions and social identity of the present.
2nd April, 2020
Director Daniel Henry provides a shotgun view of his cathartic black & white exploration of impermanence and sameness in 35mm road trip music video 'Tan'.
31st March, 2020
Patrick Muhlberger returns with one-shot comedy 'Hot Dog' and explains why he abandoned his usual stylish tricks in favour of an energetic roving camera.
30th March, 2020
Fresh from a cancelled SXSW Janina Gavankar & Russo Schelling get in-depth about the monstrous manifestations in award winning midnight horror 'Stucco'.
24th March, 2020
Igor Bastidas pays tribute to New York City, through 12 animated apples, in his vivid short 'The Big Apple'.
20th March, 2020
Director Nickolas Duarte unravels the 5 year journey behind his surprising glimpse into the extraordinary life of an abstract artist with an abstract past.
17th March, 2020
Jonny Look returns to Directors Notes to explain how he came up with so many methods of plant-torture in short comedy 'Assholes'.
16th March, 2020
Jess Colquhoun discusses capturing the power of music as a healing force in her evocative doc about a mother's weekly jazz concert tributes to her son.
13th March, 2020
Colin Read lifts the lid on how he pulled off the VFX feat of stitching together surreal, animated walls without the assistance of a motion control rig.
Live Action, Premiere
4th March, 2020
An overworked paramedic struggles to maintain focus in her life when her terminally ill husband asks her to end his in Frank Donnangelo's 'The Motions'.
28th February, 2020
Director Joel Jay Blacker returns to DN with comedy sci-fi series 'Who You Are' and tells us how he brought an asshole AI to foul-mouthed life.
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