UK Tag Archive

Live Action

18th February, 2015

Rémy Bazerque Traps us in his Modern Mythological Punishment Short ‘Cerberus’

DN caught up with Rémy Bazerque to discuss how he got the collective penny to drop for his new short 'Cerberus', a...

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Live Action

13th February, 2015

Director Kate Herron on why she’s Unleashing her Unromantic Comedy so Close to Valentine’s Day

We speak to writer/director Kate Herron about her recently released short film 'Valentine' and why she thinks it's the...

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Live Action

9th February, 2015

Eric Kolelas Finds Tenderness at the End of the World in ‘Hold’

Actor/Director Eric Kolelas returns to DN to share the inspiration which led him to subvert the typical...

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Animation

27th January, 2015

Saving the World One Animation at a Time – the Moth Collective Unveil ‘Planet Under Pressure’

Animation supergroup The Moth Collective join us to talk about their latest short animation for the Global Canopy...

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Animation

19th January, 2015

Jessica Ashman Finds Acceptance of the Other in her BAFTA Winning Short ‘Fixing Luka’

Premiering online here at DN, Jessica Ashman’s beautifully intricate stop-motion short 'Fixing Luka' tells the...

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Live Action

9th January, 2015

Striping Back Filmmaking's Safety Nets to Create an Authentic Short in Dee Meaden's 'Sibling'

DN caught up with Director Dee Meaden ahead of her short 'Sibling’s' LSFF screening to discover how working without...

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Documentary

8th January, 2015

Spacey Blak Captures a Compelling Portrait of Artist Mathieu Ajan in Guerrilla Short ‘Something Hit Me’

London based Director Spacey Blak straddles documentary and fiction with 'Something Hit Me' – a portrait piece...

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Music

12th December, 2014

Take a Hypnotic Journey into the Mind in Craig Murray’s ‘Teenage Exorcists’ Music Video for Mogwai

DN catches up with the ever prolific, singular Artist and Director Craig Murray to discuss how he went about creating a...

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Live Action

10th December, 2014

Bryn Higgins Brings the Jump Cut Hallucinatory World of Epilepsy to Screen in ‘Electricity’

DN caught up with director Bryn Higgins to find out how he used custom camera rigs and in camera effects to create a...

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Animation, Music

4th December, 2014

Hannah Jacobs on Capturing the Beauty & Magic of Tom Rosenthal’s Music in Animated Promo ‘It’s OK’

Often dialogue free and with an unconventional narrative structure, capturing emotion in a music video is no easy task....

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Documentary, Podcasts

12th November, 2014

DN321: Mr Somebody? – Michelle Heighway

Michelle Heighway’s feature documentary Mr Somebody? unearths the life and times of Britain’s most famous...

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Animation

3rd November, 2014

Consumerism & Personal Integrity Fight it Out in Beautiful Retro Animated Style in Robert Grieves’ ‘Sausage’

Robert Grieves' animated short 'Sausage' sees topical issues of food ethics played out in a beautifully kinetic style....

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