Jim Cummings‘ single continuous take short Thunder Road has been blowing up the festival scene and even received support from The Boss when Cummings wrote an open letter to Springsteen requesting music rights for the online release. Seconds into the film, it’s clear that praise is well placed – you’ve never seen grief expressed quite like this before. Lorem …
“Cinema isn’t dead, it’s morphing and you have to keep looking for it.” Dr Neil Fox challenges those bemoaning the death of cinema to expand their horizons beyond a myopic Hollywood view.
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For most of us a hotel stay is something we associate with the joy of escaping the daily grind for a period of carefree freedom where beds make themselves and toiletries come in Lilliputian sizes. However for Ludwig, the jaded hotel inspector at the centre of Jeroen Houben’s tragicomedic short Home Suite Home, hotels have …
Jessica Barclay Lawton Finds Compassion in the Arms of a Stranger in Touching Short ‘We Keep on Dancing’
DN talks to Director Jessica Barclay Lawton & Writer Rhys Mitchell about their surprisingly tender empathetic short ‘We Keep on Dancing’.
Ryan Moody Chronicles the Lives of School Shooting Victims in his Powerful Nonpartisan Short ‘Obituaries‘
DN speaks to Director Ryan Moody about reframing the focus of mass shootings to the lives of the victims and those they leave behind in his new short ‘Obituaries’.
Bloody Revenge is the Order of the Day in The Halsall Brothers’ ‘100 Bullets: Dead Ghosts’ Web Series
Filmmaking siblings The Halsall Brothers return to DN with ‘100 Bullets: Dead Ghosts’, a web series based on the celebrated comic which relocates the attaché case action to the totalitarian domain of North Korea.
Anna Maguire Makes a Declaration of Relationship Independence in ‘She Would Move the Tree Rather More to the Middle’
From well meaning parental wishes to the dominance of ‘happy ever after’ endings, the idea of the unity of the romantic couple is pretty much a universally lauded concept and something we often feel compelled to throw ourselves into with reckless abandon. But when such a relationship ends, how do you disentangle the ‘I’ which …
Director Bailey Tom Bailey join us to discuss how he went about producing body drama short ‘Circadian Rhythms’ under the time-restrictive rules of the 48hour Film Challenge.
A film filled with deep humour and an even deeper humanity, DN sits down with Icelandic Director Grimur Hakonarson to discuss his Un Certain Regard winning feature ‘Rams’ .
Brendan Beachman Finds Dirt, Greed and Destiny in the Desert in Dark Satirical Comedy ‘Intersection’
Director Brendan Beachman discusses creating surprise desert explosions and avoiding ant casualties on his darkly satirical new short ‘Intersection.’
Looking for help crowdfunding his latest film 'Sticky Fingers', director Nick Peterson joins us to discuss the benefits of rotoscoping and what backers can expect as rewards for supporting.