Director Maegan Houang joins DN to discuss how she found gruesome horror on the Oregon Trail in her meticulously observed period music video for Chastity Belt’s ‘Black Sail’.
Most filmmakers probably wouldn’t reveal that the concept of their latest film was dreamt up during what he describes as a “very productive, tingly come down period” from a mushroom trip – but Sean Dunne isn’t most directors. As frank and unabashed as ever, we talk to Dunne about his latest documentary ‘Florida Man’ – a film about everything and nothing.
Director Gus Péwé tells DN how he used the happy accident of unscripted moments as the creative lifeblood for his charmingly askew short ‘Same Ghost Every Night’.
Co-founder of arts review site Fogged Clarity Ben Evans and filmmaker Christopher DeSanty headed to Michigan’s Les Cheneaux Islands with a group of talented artists to document the fragile moments of creation in ‘Les Cheneaux Sessions’. DN invited the pair to tell us more about their collaboration.
We invite director Henry Kaplan to take us behind the scenes of the production of his poignant Hong Kong gangster short ‘Get Better Boss, created for Deech’s Comfort EP.
With his latest feature documentary ‘Cam Girlz’ currently in the editing suite, edging closer to completion, Sean Dunne joins us once again to talk about no regrets, his new lease on life and taking psychedelics.
Director Jake Saner collaborates with dancer & choreographer Ashley Robicheaux to explore the reciprocal relationship between person and space in their observational documentary / surreal dance narrative ‘Spaces Part I: Interior’. Saner tells DN how they found their way.
DN presents the online premiere of director Jordan Michael Blake’s nostalgic NYU short ‘Yeye Bells Shiver’ which takes us on ‘an ethereal, bittersweet journey through the suburbs set on the last day of summer.’
We speak to director Joe Kramer about monster movie making on a budget for his award winning, wry comedy short about self-centered 20-something love, ‘Running the Gammatar’.
DN caught up with director Michael Tully to get the full funky fresh lowdown on the blending of table tennis and Hip Hop in his modern day 80s movie, ‘Ping Pong Summer’.