Thomas Pons takes us on the production journey from augmented reality to screen for his multi-format, monochrome short ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’
Jim Cummings‘ single continuous take short Thunder Road has been blowing up the festival scene and even received support from The Boss when Cummings wrote an open letter to Springsteen requesting music rights for the online release. Seconds into the film, it’s clear that praise is well placed – you’ve never seen grief expressed quite like this before. Lorem …
DN caught up with John Merizalde to discover how he went about immortalising Atlanta roller rink Cascade in his documentary meets music video for SG Lewis track ‘Holding Back’.
Andrea Barone shares how the demise of a beloved film stock led to ‘POLAROIDREAM©’, his immortalisation of fashion photography and the polaroid camera.
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Jessica Oreck puts her paper craft skills to charming using in How the Bra was Invented, the launch episode for TED-Ed’s new ongoing Moments of Vision series.
Drawing on her own experiences and the experiences of those around her, Vera Babida’s There Again illustrates the repetitive and empty cycle of clicks and swipes that has come to typify modern dating. Babida shares her production process in these making of posts.
DN talks to Director Jessica Barclay Lawton & Writer Rhys Mitchell about their surprisingly tender empathetic short ‘We Keep on Dancing’.
DN speaks to Director Ryan Moody about reframing the focus of mass shootings to the lives of the victims and those they leave behind in his new short ‘Obituaries’.
https://vimeo.com/170583296 “Death is a disease, growing from the inside beneath the Shell. Cursed blessings trickling down tubes, pushing hope through weak veins. Waiting for blissful Heaven to return. Heaven is Hell.” Daniel Ahrens personifies cancer in all its patient maliciousness in powerfully dark short Shell.
Filmmaking siblings The Halsall Brothers return to DN with ‘100 Bullets: Dead Ghosts’, a web series based on the celebrated comic which relocates the attaché case action to the totalitarian domain of North Korea.
From well meaning parental wishes to the dominance of ‘happy ever after’ endings, the idea of the unity of the romantic couple is pretty much a universally lauded concept and something we often feel compelled to throw ourselves into with reckless abandon. But when such a relationship ends, how do you disentangle the ‘I’ which …