DN chats to Jin Woo about evoking the discomfort of familial relationships through her striking hand-drawn animation style in psychodrama short 'SAN'.
Francesca Pazniokas Channels the Forced Seclusion of Quarantine in Surreal Experimental Short ‘6FT.’
Francesca Pazniokas speaks to DN about her surreal experimental short '6FT.' and how she worked with a minimal crew during quarantine to execute it.
Sam Davis & Tom Andrew discuss using emptiness to express the powerful escapism offered by dance floors in 'VOID - One Year Of Silence'.
Lars Nagler explains the freely intuitive animation process behind 'Shift Simmers Slips' his surreal adaptation of Luigi Serafini's 'Codex Seraphinianus'.
Thomas Pons Transports Augmented Reality from Japan’s Mountains to Screen in ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’
Thomas Pons takes us on the production journey from augmented reality to screen for his multi-format, monochrome short ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’
Bringing his geology trilogy to a close Kurtis Hough returns to DN with ‘Painted Hills’ - a sculptural and painterly look at the geometry of geology.
A director who has always showcased image and movement at the forefront of his work, Youness Benali returns to DN with his new expressive short ’Without A Word‘ and explains why despite what you may initially think this new piece isn’t a dance film.
To coincide with the world premiere of Bronco’s House at Raindance Film Festival, DN is proud to host a conversation between Dr. Neil Fox and the filmmaker Mark Jenkin filmed recently at the 2015 Port Eliot Festival. The conversation spans Jenkin’s approach to the film, and filmmaking in general, as well as his influences and his beliefs regarding the art of cinema.
John Charter joins DN to discuss 'Exile' - an art film which explores the clash between miniature terrain and expansive vistas, fleeting motion against stillness, and digital clarity versus aged film.
We talk to Director Kurtis Hough about his epic 15 minute B&W experimental film 'To See More Light', which combines cosmic geometric animations, time lapse lava flows, gnarly tree growths, and all matter of the universe.
We speak to Director Pope about allegorical storytelling and her hunt for the perfect French voice in her new short 'Fruits n Veg'.
Ambre Cardinal talks to DN about the pain of creating beauty to destroy in 'Un Ruban Autour d’une Bombe', her tribute to the work of artist Frida Kahlo.