In his documentary 'ROCKBOTTOM – Songs of no Money', director Marc Helfers examines poverty and Rock´n´Roll across the globe through a diverse range of artists, all united in their struggle and their musical talent. Marc explains how the concept developed and how supporting the 'ROCKBOTTOM' Indiegogo campaign will help make the film a reality.
We’re no strangers to the portraits of place films created by Monika Delgado & Mickey Todiwala, so given the opportunity to experience the Amazon Rainforest via their lens we jumped at the opportunity and also snagged Mickey for an insight into the pair’s most fruitful of partnerships.
Nils Clauss and Adam Hobbs co-direct artist documentary Translating Furniture – a poetic film in which furniture artist Kwangho Lee contemplates the purity of the artistic process and his preference for reactions born of innocence, as a roving child discovers his pieces amid the debris of an abandoned building. We invited Nils and Adam to tell us more.
Jeanie Finlay's latest feature, ORION: The Man Who Would Be King, has been waiting in the wings for several years but is now ready to take centre stage as Jeanie and her team reach out to the community with a crowdfunding campaign to help them complete the film. We asked Jeanie to give us an insight into the journey of ORION and her knowledgable perspective on running crowdfunding campaigns.
The last time director David Baksh took us behind the curtain of the dance artiste it was with a portrait piece which poetically presented the shifting form of a single, talented performer. This time, Baksh returns with a more traditional documentary profile of hungarian director and choreographer, Eva Magyar’s development of her latest performance piece …
Documentary & Fiction Blur in Kimmo Films’ Day in the Life of a Thai Prostitute Music Video ‘Promises of No Mans Land’
Nina Spiering and Mirka Duijn of Kimmo Films employ their documentary and drama experience to create a Docu-Fiction music video look at the life and hopes of a Thai prostitute for Blaudzun's 'Promises of No Mans Land'. We sit down with the duo to find out more...
Tyler Mitchell’s documentary 'Materialistic' is a compelling profile of twins Betts and Chet DeHart, charting their progress from ardent sneaker fans to the founders of the popular Lucid FC streetwear brand. We asked Tyler to share the story of his production journey with the brothers.
madeinhollywoodusa tell us how they make the ordinary extraordinary in their ongoing micromentary film series 'Record Collection'.
Robin Thomson has been bringing to light the creative intimacy of the soundcheck with his Strangely Ritual series of films & today takes DN behind the scenes of his documentation of pre-gig preparation and give us an exclusive first look at his latest episode with German pianist/composer Hauschka.
We are extremely honoured to be able to bring you the premiere of Ruben Woodin Dechamps' latest Gallivant Session, which sees Emily Wells performing Landslide ‘Live on Tow’, along with an interview with the director and musician.
Even my cold jaded heart couldn’t help but be charmed by the seasonal enthusiasm of Bruce Mertz, the festive light maestro at the centre of screenwriter and director Nick Palmer’s documentary Mr. Christmas. Nick joins us to discuss how he brought Bruce’s charming story to screen.
With lucrative TV deals hitting record highs year on year, swelling football club coffers alongside their other revenue streams, it seems perplexingly unfair that the humble football fan of the ultimate working man’s game gets their wallet fleeced every time they want to support their team. A fan of the beautiful game herself, Kris Hofmann …