Director Luke Kondor and Animator Emma Reading talk to DN about fear, locally sourced collaborators and how the pair captured the magic of confused recollection in ‘Doghouse’, a tale of dogs, Christmas and family.
In short doc 'Five Stone of Lead' director Jonny Madderson heads to the west coast of Ireland where Dylan, an infectiously charismatic 12 year old jockey, steps up to the challenge of competitive grassroots horse racing.
The Race to Remove Deforestation gets the Moth Colective Treatment in Their Latest Global Canopy Programme Film
Created to make people think about how the products they use affect deforestation and, as a wider consequence, climate change, the Moth Collective introduce their latest film for the Global Canopy Programme 'Forest 500'.
Dir. Joseph Sims-Dennett talks to DN about the anxieties of building a directing career and how he took things back to the self-initiated basics for his second feature, the dark horror mystery 'Observance'.
Director Jesse Collett Looks to Slowly Shatter the Viewer's Sense of Reality with RCA Grad Film 'Boom is Life'
Feeling like a film that encourages conversation, we speak to director Jess Collett about what inspired the unusual narrative and distinct look behind RCA grad film 'Boom is Life'.
Following the London Film Festival world premiere of his new short film 'Madeleine' Ollie Verschoyle joins us to discuss his move from Cinematographer to Director.
Jerry Rothwell returns to DN to discuss new documentary 'How To Change The World', which charts those early years of camaraderie that led to the formation of Greenpeace and how the shared idyllic goal of saving nature slowly became plagued by infighting and personal disputes.
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.
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.
DN talks to directing outfit Crowns & Owls about their Ted Baker fashion film 'Wonders Never Cease' - a playful tale of professional oneupmanship set amongst the magnificent halls and corridors of London's Natural History Museum.
A British Muslim Soldier Confronts Questions of Community & Family Estrangement in Rachna Suri’s ‘Our Lad’
In Rachna Suri’s subtle drama 'Our Lad', a British Muslim solider finds resentment upon his return home from the army. Suri discusses creating a short which speaks to universal truths of family dynamics and community estrangement.
The ever-prolific Andy Martin joins us to talk about his latest project - stop-motion short film 'Mr Director'. A 7-minute animation taking the guise of a documentary looking at the diverse cinematic career of its titular filmmaker.