Emanuele Kabu chats to DN about tapping into feelings of restlessness for Delta Club’s colourfully animated kinetic music video ‘The Nomadic Alternative’.
Katerina Athanasopoulou returns to Directors Notes with ‘Branches of Life’, her contribution to the multidisciplinary Body of Songs collaborative project .
Director Sam Griffith tells DN how he and artist Hannah Thrower weaved a rich tapestry of animation for Courtney Marie Andrews’ ‘Woman of Many Colors’ music video.
Director Nathan Johnson invited DN to dig into the hazards of flying pins and sore fingers he faced during the creation of his mind-boggling stop motion music video ‘Change is Everything’.
Director David M. Helman reveals how he took Vince Staples to an elevated state in ‘Lift Me Up’.
Corentin Kopp talks to DN about drawing inspiration from film noir and graphic novels to deliver a dark tale of lust and betrayal in ‘Härligt Sverige’.
Sam Griffith reveals how he and co-director Alex LeGolvan exceeded creative and budgetary limitations for their gravity defying conceptual music video, ‘Trashman’.
DN invited Director Floyd Russ to share how he brought the harrowing story of Jennifer Kempton’s experiences as a sex trafficking survivor to screen in ‘Crazy Heart’.
Director Johanna Schwartz joins DN with her feature-length documentary ‘They Will Have to Kill Us First’ – a film which charts the defiant spirit of Malian musicians willing to risk their lives for the love of their art.
DN caught up with previous guest Jason Roberts to discover how he brought the disparate music video concepts of a VFX extravaganza and a snuff video party to life.
Director Paul Wright’s ‘You Did This To Me’ takes a gruesome look at the desperation of loss and recall. DN invited Wright to take us inside the production of his unnerving music video.
Director Ethan Young discusses how resourcefulness and DIY filmmaking techniques came into play in the creation of his playfully psychedelic music video for Humeysha’s ‘Burma Between You And Me’.