Live Action Category

Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

19th October, 2015

DN323: Crime & Morality Clash in Rene Pannevis’ Short Film ‘Jacked’

The DN podcast makes a glorious return with a series of interviews recorded at the 59th BFI London Film Festival -...

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Film Festival, Live Action

9th October, 2015

Glimpse the Unseen World of Mysterious Connections in Ollie Verschoyle’s ‘Madeleine’

Following the London Film Festival world premiere of his new short film 'Madeleine' Ollie Verschoyle joins us to...

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Film Festival, Live Action

9th October, 2015

Grimmfest 2015: Manchester Macabre

We round up last weekend's scares, screams and shivers that took place at Grimmfest 2015....

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Film Festival, Live Action

2nd October, 2015

This Weekend Darkness falls on Manchester at Grimmfest 2015

This weekend annual horror and cult film festival Grimmfest rises once again to send a wave of shocks and screams...

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Live Action

1st October, 2015

#Noirvember: The Theming of Cinema & the End of Criticism

In light of the BFI's new film Noir releases from two of the world's most celebrated directors, DN rediscovers the...

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Art & Fashion, Live Action

28th September, 2015

Coffee & Celluloid: In Conversation with Bronco’s House Director Mark Jenkin

To coincide with the world premiere of Bronco’s House at Raindance Film Festival, DN is proud to host a conversation...

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Live Action

21st August, 2015

A Mirror To Nature: Genius, Disaster and the Legacies of Orson Welles

Prompted by the forthcoming release of Chuck Workman’s new documentary 'Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of...

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Live Action

14th August, 2015

Marc Grey Searches the Space Between Sleep & Wakefulness in 'Night Before The Morning Sun'

Director Marc Grey takes us through the challenges of producing a film centred on the nebulous and often...

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Live Action

6th August, 2015

A British Muslim Soldier Confronts Questions of Community & Family Estrangement in Rachna Suri’s ‘Our Lad’

In Rachna Suri’s subtle drama 'Our Lad', a British Muslim solider finds resentment upon his return home from the...

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Live Action

29th July, 2015

Paul Frankl’s ‘Roxanne’ Gives Positive Voice to the Portrayal of the Trans Sex Worker

Paul Frankl’s 'Roxanne' sees an isolated transgender sex worker reconnect with her emotional core when she takes in...

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Live Action

23rd July, 2015

Tumble into the Fantastical World of Shelly Love’s ‘The Fallen Circus’

Director/Choreographer Shelly Love reveals how she drew from a background in dance and art to develop her enchanting...

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Live Action

17th July, 2015

Albert Choi Reconnects to Inspiration in Short Film ‘The Latecomer’

“Freedom can be found through self-imposed isolation.” Director Albert Choi joins DN to discuss his new short about...

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