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'.
Henry K. Norvalls Foresees an Indifferent World of Automation in Suburban Dystopia Short ‘Life Goes On’
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.
A Contemporary Narrative on the African Diaspora Shines Through a Tale of Redemption in Ivan Herrera’s ‘Bantú Mama’
We talk to Ivan Herrera about working with young non-professionals, shooting on a single lens & rejecting the lazy trap of porno-poverty in 'Bantú Mama'.
Justin Doherty & Neil Fox speak to DN about allying professional and emerging filmmakers on the production of their cinematically defiant feature debut.
A Scenes of Crime Officer is Plagued by Memories of her Day Job in Marcus Armitage’s Thought-Provoking Animation ‘S.O.C.O’
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.
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’ .