Even my cold jaded heart couldn’t help but be charmed by the seasonal enthusiasm of Bruce Mertz, the festive light maestro at the centre of screenwriter and director Nick Palmer’s documentary Mr. Christmas. Nick joins us to discuss how he brought Bruce’s charming story to screen.
All:Expanded’s multi-faceted debut Providence marks them as a creative force to be reckoned with right out of the gate as they blur the lines between fashion, music promo and narrative short for a film which is certainly more than the sum of its parts. We get in at the ground floor with brothers Duncan and Stuart Winecoff to find out how they established such an impressive toehold and where they plan to take All:Expanded in the future.
In Josh Lopata’s emotion filled stop motion thesis short Fade, when death comes calling a young boy battles to hold on to the father he loves so dearly.
One of the most inspiring things about filmmaking is that alongside the projects which you obsess over and nurture for years, sometimes come films which appear to blossom from nowhere and demand, seemingly of their own volition, to be made. Born as a narrative experiment exploring the burgeoning strengths in his work, Alex Bohs’ short […]
Ever since his inception over 100 years ago, the story of J. M. Barrie’s most famous of creations, Peter Pan, has become a tale that transcends generations. Appearing in feature films, both live-action and animation, whilst many filmmakers have explored the playful, heroic side of Pan, not many have dared to delve into the darker […]
Bryan Schlam take us inside the mental ring of boxer Stray and the mindset which enables him to keep getting up when the punches begin to fly, in short documentary S O U T H P A W
Featuring Marisa Tomei and Elodie Bouchez balanced precariously on the precipice of an acrimonious split whilst taking cutting jibes at each other, Stuart Blumberg’s fashion film She Said, She Said beautifully features the Co Spring 2013 collection and insults which could blister paint.
Rachel Antonoff and Bianca Giaever transport us back to Boston 1972 for the hesitant begins of what will become a lifelong CRUSH for Rick & Shira Wall Antonoff; featuring Antonoff’s Spring 2014 Collection along the way in this fashion film with two hearts.
The last time we mentioned DN directing fave Alex Amoling in conjunction with ambient/post-rock two piece Hammock, it was on the back of his successful competition entry submitted for their track Mute Angels. Well it seems that just like us, the band couldn’t get enough of Amoling’s work and so drafted him in early to […]
Produced by The Creators Project, directors Kii Arens & Jason Trucco joined forces with Darknet to create an online interactive experience for Queens of the Stone Age track The Vampyre of Time and Memory. You can wind your own way through the halls at the link above or simply sit back and experience the directors’ […]