Sean Spencer's Stripes reminds us that the opportunity for revenge is always around the corner.
Zara Waldeback introduces us to a long, long sleepless night in Ssssh!
London can be an unnerving city when you're from out of town. Good job singing subterranean aliens are on hand to dispel the outsider blues.
Steven Hore's Push is a touching tale of a man, a woman and the birth of their adult son.
Finisterre provides an insider's perspective of the city of London.
A woman sinks into a milk bath and floats for joy at the arrival of her man in a box. It must be love.
Bob Dixion presents a neon romance road movie music video for Cheeseburger's Another Song about Guilt and Death
Robot suicides lead the creator to look in on the inhabitants of the miniture town Clusterville in Stephen Irwin's animation Dialog
Royston Tan had 27 cuts applied to his feature 15 when it was given a limited release in his native Singapore, due to its potential for "the promotion of civil unrest."
The first of the old print Directors Notes features director David Ward's excellently glam 1970s era short All Over Brazil
Well I wouldn’t want you to get that impression, so while we’re getting our heads around feeds, hosting and how to actually record Skype interviews, I’m going to put up some of the past directors notes I wrote while working for the UK print magazine Showreel. I’ll try to be disciplined and add one or …
I suppose it would be polite for me to kick off with a warm, friendly hello to you, the visitor of the Directors Notes blog/podcast, swiftly followed by our heartfelt thanks for heading over here in the first place – I hope we live up to whatever it was that enticed you here. In case …