Thomas Vernay returns to DN to discuss the production of his single-take music video 'Bad Things', a romantic ode to freedom, love and the open road.
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’
Justine Vuylsteker tells DN how a happy accident of project cross-pollination led to the creation of his textured animated crush, 'Paris'.
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.
Raphaël Bluzet & Yohan Quintar Reveal the Obsession & Torment Which Lies Beneath for Animated Short ‘IN’
We invited Raphael Bluzet to discuss how he and illustrator Yohan Quintar employed a fucked up aesthetic on short film 'IN' to tell the animated tale of obsession and torment which lies behind every man's mask.
DN caught up with Director Ani Simon-Kennedy to discover just how she crafted her silent, feature length post-apocalyptic tale of a world without hope in the wilds of Iceland.
Existing somewhere within the nebulous intersection of the short film and the music video, Clément Oberto explains how he and a team of trusted collaborators made their way towards a contemplation on love, time and life trajectory in 'One Step'.
French filmmaker wasaru teams up with hip hop artist Sage Francis to create the dark, animated tale of a lonely man and his cat for music video 'Make Em Purr'. We asked wasaru to tell us how it all came together.
Born out of the bullet-time experiments of Parisian directing duo Nicolas Garnier and Sébastien Le Gallo, the music video for Ulrich Forman track 'I Got You' is an impressive, jaw dropping visual effects feast. The duo share the secrets behind their effects magic.
Laura Sicouri's move into live action music videos for Birdy Hunt track Maria, sees her choreograph a workout session that would tempt even the most reticent of exercisers into the gym. Sicouri tells us how the project came about.
Replete with fountains of gore from its opening moments, Joseph Catté’s horror short 'Like a Doll' sees a young women engaged in a deadly pitched battle with a masculine entity. Joseph takes us into his blood soaked production process.
Hawaii & Smith Get Random with Oh! Tiger Mountain for Storytelling Experiment ‘The Start of Whatever’
Directors Hawaii & Smith take us through their collaboration with DIY space crooner Oh! Tiger Mountain for storytelling experiment 'The Start of Whatever' - a ‘Random Story About Electricity, Reverberation, Explosion, Random’.