Paul Frankl’s 'Roxanne' sees an isolated transgender sex worker reconnect with her emotional core when she takes in an abandoned young girl. We talk to Frankl about making non-exploitative cinema and championing the stories that we all need to see more of.
Director/Choreographer Shelly Love reveals how she drew from a background in dance and art to develop her enchanting tale of plummeting performers in Chapter 1 of 'The Fallen Circus'.
In his endearing documentary 'Offline Dating', Samuel Abrahams follows his friend Tom over a weekend as he attempts to make a connection without the aid of an app. We talk to Abrahams about technology, relationships and the filmmaker's effect on reality.
Director Aidan Wood shares how he and his team reached beyond the boundaries of budget to convey the complexity of the human condition, in their music video for Lamb's 'What Makes Us Human'.
“I wanted it to be an experience, something that would linger” - director Ian Pons Jewell joins us to discuss his Vince Staple Music Video ‘Señorita’
With DN alumni Rob Brown's debut feature 'Sixteen' hitting VOD platforms this week, we revisit our podcast interview recorded with the director ahead of the film's world premiere at the London Film Festival.
How the Story of an Explosive Fox Stole Led Iain Gardner to Create Animated Short Film ‘The Tannery’
Animator Iain Gardner joins us to talk about how a friend’s story of his grandmother’s Fox stole, which spontaneously combusted, led him to create a narrative about an unusual relationship between a recently deceased fox and a rabbit.
We talk to writer-director Duane Hopkins about his second feature 'Bypass', a beautifully observed morality tale of society’s feared and forsaken.
Jeremy Cole Captures the "Aggressive Euphoria" of Young Fathers Track ‘Shame’ in his Energetic New Music Video
Director Jeremy Cole provides a behind-the-scenes insight into the production of his energetic music video for Young Fathers track 'Shame'
Director Youness Benali joins us once again to discuss his latest ‘less is more’ offering, No Substitute for TroyBoi, and how his natural affinity for the spare and minimal led him to use negative space as a character which strengthened the film’s emotional impact.
With UK animator Stephen Irwin's new short 'The Obvious Child' hitting Vimeo’s VOD service last week we decided to find out more about the motivations which have driven Irwin to evolve as a filmmaker over the past decade.
We revist our interview with documentary director Michelle Heighway for her feature debut 'Mr. Somebody?' - a look at the life and times of Britain's most famous eccentric Jake Mangle-Wurzel, and also get the low down on her current Indiegogo campaign to release a limited edition DVD and Photo Booklet of the film.