We speak to Petter Holmsen about deploying a top down view to depict the ups and downs of a woman’s love life in charming, bittersweet drama ‘Deb in Bed’.
DN chats to Jin Woo about evoking the discomfort of familial relationships through her striking hand-drawn animation style in psychodrama short ‘SAN’.
Grayson Whitehurst discusses using a talking bear to force a hardened woodsman to face his own insecurities in his comedic, morality play spec ad.
Kezia Barnett describes her decision to shoot 100fps when capturing the tactility of skin for her experimental dance film ‘Nurse Me’.
Henry K. Norvalls takes us through the gadget’s eye view of automated perfection he adopted for his worrisome very near future short ‘Life Goes On’.
From 1830 to 1958, 35,000 people from Native & African backgrounds were exhibited in human zoos. Denis Dobrovoda’s ‘Savage’ peels back this shocking story.
Zander Coté explains the artistic motivation behind his decision to cast actors against type for his short character-driven thriller ‘Tantrums’.
Chloë Wicks deconstructs modern masculinity in her tragicomedy ‘Fragile Package’, about a couple who move into a new apartment and discover a gun.
Savvas Stavrou talks to DN about the tone and style inspirations of ‘A Jar of Nuts’, his wryly dark comedy about the repercussions of social isolation.
Inspired by his dad’s work as a Scenes of Crime officer, animator Marcus Armitage examines the struggles an individual can face when a troublesome job follows you home.