Director Dylan Carter wants to let you know that ‘your art is shit’…but maybe that’s ok?
Director Luke Kondor and Animator Emma Reading talk to DN about fear, locally sourced collaborators and how the pair captured the magic of confused recollection in ‘Doghouse’, a tale of dogs, Christmas and family.
Justine Vuylsteker tells DN how a happy accident of project cross-pollination led to the creation of his textured animated crush, ‘Paris’.
Created to make people think about how the products they use affect deforestation and, as a wider consequence, climate change, the Moth Collective introduce their latest film for the Global Canopy Programme ‘Forest 500’.
With 2012 Cartoon d’Or award winner, the hugely popular ‘Oh Willy…’ available online from today, it seemed only right to revisit our interview from 2012 with one-half of its directorial duo, Emma De Swaef.
Feeling like a film that encourages conversation, we speak to director Jess Collett about what inspired the unusual narrative and distinct look behind RCA grad film ‘Boom is Life’.
When young and old come together in an isolated gas station in Jonah Primiano’s ‘IDLE’, we discover that each is bound to the other by a shared plague of existential doubts. Primiano tells DN how the daunting encroachment of adulthood inspired his subtle metaphysical tale of late night ennui.
In Liam Murphy’s award winning ‘NO-A’, a tenacious robot battles merciless enemies to rescue his creator. We invited Murphy to share how a ‘quality over quantity’ approach shaped the story and production of his robot with a heart sci-fi short.
“I tried to figure out wool as a material and did some tests. It was uncontrollable!” Kobi Vogman discusses making peace with his medium in ‘A Way of Being’
Sariel Keslasi tells DN how the Tel-Aviv streets and a series of pocket notebooks were pivotal in the realisation of his animated music video ‘My Africa’.
We talk to Latvian filmmaker Gints Zilbalodis about his latest animated short ‘Inaudible” – the emotive tale of a Trumpet player and his recent loss of hearing.
The ever-prolific Andy Martin joins us to talk about his latest project – stop-motion short film ‘Mr Director’. A 7-minute animation taking the guise of a documentary looking at the diverse cinematic career of its titular filmmaker.