When we last featured the work of French filmmaker Fabrice Mathieu it was for In the Shadow, his noir tale of a shadow forced to break away from its despicable owner. Mathieu returns to the darker side of things with a surreal trip to the afterlife for his newest short Mémoires Vives (Memorium).
In Philippe André’s latest short Delicate Gravity, a wrong number leads to an encounter full of potential for two people who have missed something in their lives. Philippe joins us to discuss how he extended cuts to create a ‘slow dating’ film of sophistication, in which the audience has a rare opportunity to spend time with the characters as their fluke romance develops.
Commissioned by Random Acts, Nanda Fernandez Brédillard set out on a day long journey into the streets of Mexico City to capture an visual and auditory portrait of this bustling metropolis in his short documentary Sonidos Del Distrito. “The film is a conscious effort to capture both the sights and sounds of Mexico City. I […]
In Nicolas Pomet’s neon silhouetted world, a man sets out on a dangerous ride to secure the ultimate score, all set to the electro sounds of KN1GHT’s Last Moon.
A man on the run sees his passenger seat play host to a morphing parade of increasingly bizarre passengers as he attempts to outrun his guilt in Wasaru’s animated promo for Kaly Live Dub’s Allaxis.
Created over 3 months whilst at La Poudrière animation school, Mary Oldlife beautifully animates a young girl’s perspective of a family trip to the beach in Eau Vive.
Remy Cayuela quantifies the moments which make up a five year relationship in his creative visual stats promo Afterglow for Wilkinson.
One of the main tenets behind the posts we share here on DN is to reveal the stack of work that goes into the films featured on the site, with their creators as guides to steer us through what can sometimes seem from the outside as unnavigable chaos. Whilst we do this practically daily for […]
Desire steadily gives way to a dangerous obsession which friendship can’t survive in Truman & Cooper’s (Jonathan Cohen & Anthony Jorge) Hope promo for Kid Wise.
Whilst it’s true that there’s a certain amount of satisfaction to be had from watching a film that delivers a conclusion in which questions are answered and situations resolve, not all stories need to wrap their threads up in a neat bow to be effective. It’s arguably harder to pull off a narrative in which […]