Thomas Pons takes us on the production journey from augmented reality to screen for his multi-format, monochrome short ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’
Art & Fashion
Andrea Barone shares how the demise of a beloved film stock led to ‘POLAROIDREAM©’, his immortalisation of fashion photography and the polaroid camera.
Kobi Vogman and Renana Aldor discuss how they translated the complex practice of lost-wax bronze casting into a compelling and comprehensible piece of animation.
Creative Director Christopher Watson-Wood shares how Mad Ruffian recreated the ephemeral atmosphere of live music by combining photography with a new twist on projection mapping.
Bringing his geology trilogy to a close Kurtis Hough returns to DN with ‘Painted Hills’ – a sculptural and painterly look at the geometry of geology.
Director Stewart Maclennan takes DN through the narrative role of costume and props in his sublimely styled fashion film ‘Topanga’.
A director who has always showcased image and movement at the forefront of his work, Youness Benali returns to DN with his new expressive short ’Without A Word‘ and explains why despite what you may initially think this new piece isn’t a dance film.
Sam Griffith reveals how he and co-director Alex LeGolvan exceeded creative and budgetary limitations for their gravity defying conceptual music video, ‘Trashman’.
John Merizalde and clothing label AKOO tackle issues of racism, black on black crime and police brutality in 11x HUMAN – a brand film with a social conscience.
To coincide with the world premiere of Bronco’s House at Raindance Film Festival, DN is proud to host a conversation between Dr. Neil Fox and the filmmaker Mark Jenkin filmed recently at the 2015 Port Eliot Festival. The conversation spans Jenkin’s approach to the film, and filmmaking in general, as well as his influences and his beliefs regarding the art of cinema.
DN talks to directing outfit Crowns & Owls about their Ted Baker fashion film ‘Wonders Never Cease’ – a playful tale of professional oneupmanship set amongst the magnificent halls and corridors of London’s Natural History Museum.
John Charter joins DN to discuss ‘Exile’ – an art film which explores the clash between miniature terrain and expansive vistas, fleeting motion against stillness, and digital clarity versus aged film.