Jim Cummings‘ single continuous take short Thunder Road has been blowing up the festival scene and even received support from The Boss when Cummings wrote an open letter to Springsteen requesting music rights for the online release. Seconds into the film, it’s clear that praise is well placed – you’ve never seen grief expressed quite like this before. Lorem …
DN caught up with John Merizalde to discover how he went about immortalising Atlanta roller rink Cascade in his documentary meets music video for SG Lewis track ‘Holding Back’.
Jessica Oreck puts her paper craft skills to charming using in How the Bra was Invented, the launch episode for TED-Ed’s new ongoing Moments of Vision series.
DN speaks to Director Ryan Moody about reframing the focus of mass shootings to the lives of the victims and those they leave behind in his new short ‘Obituaries’.
Noah Malone discusses the strange mix of self love, selfless acts and podophilia that make up his new animated short ‘Help! Dying!’.
“I have some pretty freaky dreams when I’m manic. These are some of those dreams.” Nate Milton shares the cathartic creation of his animated shorts duo, ‘Feelings’ & ‘Delusions’.
Director Brendan Beachman discusses creating surprise desert explosions and avoiding ant casualties on his darkly satirical new short ‘Intersection.’
Floyd Russ returns to DN to discuss how he brought Chinese daughters and parents together for his heartbreakingly emotive documentary ‘Marriage Market’.
Looking for help crowdfunding his latest film ‘Sticky Fingers’, director Nick Peterson joins us to discuss the benefits of rotoscoping and what backers can expect as rewards for supporting.
Director Bryan Campbell explains how he brought coral tinted light to his tale of philandering strife in Fly Moon Royalty’s ‘Grown Man’ music video.
DN speaks to Zachary Campbell about how a night of free form shooting led to ‘Animal Fiction’, his contemplative short about the nature of love and commitment .
Told entirely through the cast’s Instagram feeds, Producer Joshua Greenberg explains how they used real-life Instagram models to explore the opportunities social media offers to storytellers