Cornish brothers Brett and Simon Harvey discuss ‘Brown Willy’, their moving and funny two-hander set entirely in the environs of Cornwall’s Bodmin Moor.
DN speaks to Zachary Campbell about how a night of free form shooting led to ‘Animal Fiction’, his contemplative short about the nature of love and commitment .
Told entirely through the cast’s Instagram feeds, Producer Joshua Greenberg explains how they used real-life Instagram models to explore the opportunities social media offers to storytellers
With ‘Rest Stop’, upcoming director Kate Herron once again showcases an assured hand when it comes to bringing comedy to the short format. Speaking to Directors Notes, Kate gives us an insight into her inspiration, production and future projects.
Award winning Director Jaco Van Dormael joins DN to discuss why his irreverent forth feature ’The Brand New Testament‘ isn’t about religion.
Australian Director Lachlan Huddy shares how he used the low budget, solo shooter production limitations to his advantage for vampire hunter short ‘Guy’s Trade’.
DN caught up with Director Rob Savage to discuss ‘Absence’ – his short but dense film about the grieving process, starring Paul Mcgann.
With one multi-million viewed fan film under his belt, director Justin Zagri tells DN how he upped the game for his second entry into the world of Harry Potter in short film ‘Severus Snape And The Marauders’.
Marc Grey shares his bleak outlook of the monotonous, indentured servitude world of dream harvesting in short film Dreamco (Yekitza).
“I really like mixing sadness and comedy and absurdity and style into a story.” Director Patrick Muhlberger shares how he made ‘Pop Music’, his stylised avenging uncle, dance short.
Israeli director Asaf Korman joins us on the podcast with feature debut ‘Next to Her’, an intimate and very personal look at the themes of co-dependence and unhealthy symbiotic relationships.
Director Ben Mallaby joins us to talk about his distinct approach to comedy and his latest short film ‘One Tw*t’