Documentary Category

Documentary

Wonderland

We all want to be able to express ourselves and translate our creative visions into the flickering light we call cinema, but if you don’t plan to starve doing

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Art & Fashion, Documentary

A Poetic Tribute to the Shifting Form of Burlesque Performer Vicky Butterfly

Floating through your head like the final wisps of a fading dream or the uncanny tingle of an elusive, false memory just on the cusp of recollection, David

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Documentary

Terminal Bar

When we invited Stefan Nadelman to join us on the podcast back in 2008 for a chat about his debut music video Evil Bee, I simply couldn’t pass up the

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Documentary

The Revenge of the Beasts

When I was a kid I saw a skater jumping for the first time, I believed it was magic that made him fly. I realized that this has been a childish fantasy. But this

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Documentary

Oxyana – A transition from Short Film to Feature with Sean Dunne

With Oxyana having won the Best New Documentary Director award at this year’s Tribeca festival, DN favourite Sean Dunne looks to have made the difficult

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Documentary

A Man Who Delivers

Jamie Jessett deftly addresses the problem of creating a documentary in which the subject wishes to remain anonymous in his day in the life of a cocaine dealer,

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Why don’t we do it in the Road?

An ordinary pedestrian crossing made extraordinary by a 10 minute photo shoot in the ‚Ä®summer of 1969. Chris Purcell’s documentary, Why don’t we do it

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Ctrl Alt Shift

In documentary Ctrl Alt Shift, Dean G. Moore and Simon Lane explore the origins of VJing and its surrounding culture, whilst also considering its place as a

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Pussy People

“Bedrooms are for human people, not for pussy people” You best hit play before I spoil anymore lines from Andrew Lang’s (who also directed Sons of

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Documentary

Hunter’s Home

Eskild Krogh attempts to depict different understandings of one’s habitat and being in short film Hunter’s Home.

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Art & Fashion, Documentary, Podcasts

DN287: I Love Your Work – Jonathan Harris

Inspired by the structure of porn teaser clips, Jonathan Harris' latest project I Love Your Work, sees him create an interactive documentary which profiles

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Documentary

Radiolab Behind the Scenes

We’ve gushed about the audio genius that is Radiolab in the past and I have to admit that every time I sit down to edit an episode of the DN podcast I gaze at

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