In his lifelong micro-documentary portrait series ’100 Percent Human’ filmmaker Blake Bogosian documents the stories which make us who we are in beautifully direct to camera black and white. DN caught up with Bogosian to discover the production story behind the stories.
Eager to make a film about women that challenge the establishment, we talk to director Sean Dunne about his latest documentary ‘Cam Girlz’ – a feature exploring the lives of women working in the internet sex industry.
Siblings Tyler & Conor Byrne of Brudder Films new short Foureyes is an impressive, grin-inducing look at the awkwardness of puberty. DN sat down with director Conor to talk about making films to been seen far and wide, and the strong allure of nipples.
Attempting to create an experience similar to listening to the band for the 1st time, Carlos Lopez Estrada explains the thought process behind his one-shot music video for Clipping’s ‘Work Work’ .
Director Norton walks us through the production process of his latest Danny Brown promo and reveals how he created the stunning ‘time-freeze’ effect at its core.
In Chris Shimojima’s ’6-minute Mom’, a woman reconnects with her absent mother and discovers that even the sturdiest of emotional walls can be breached. DN speaks to Chris about the challenges of visualising the internal conflict a character is desperately trying to hide.
In the hands of director John Merizalde the urban story of violence that you think you know takes on a whole new dimension in his black & white music video for Memphis rapper Jon Waltz’s track Bang. We asked John to share his insights about the project.
Directors Hawaii & Smith take us through their collaboration with DIY space crooner Oh! Tiger Mountain for storytelling experiment ‘The Start of Whatever’ – a ‘Random Story About Electricity, Reverberation, Explosion, Random’.
We’re no strangers to the portraits of place films created by Monika Delgado & Mickey Todiwala, so given the opportunity to experience the Amazon Rainforest via their lens we jumped at the opportunity and also snagged Mickey for an insight into the pair’s most fruitful of partnerships.
In an all too brief, but elegantly observed 85 seconds, LA filmmaker David Cho crafts a beautiful separated conversation of longing that speaks straight to the heart. We asked David to guide us through the yearning.