Directors Notes

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Directors Notes is an interview podcast dedicated to independent filmmaking in all its wondrous forms, lengths and styles. The show digs deep into the what, how and why of the world's best filmmaking in the only way that counts - by hearing directly from those talented individuals who have successfully taken their ideas from concept to screen.

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Directors Notes

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1 DN372: The Passion of Desire Spans Decades in Lucio Castro’s Queer Romance Feature ‘End of the Century’2019-12-23 11:15:40
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2 DN371: Maura Delpero Embarks on an Enthralling Exploration of the Meaning of Motherhood in Dramatic Debut ‘Maternal’2019-12-20 10:49:11
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3 DN370: Eryk Rocha Captures the Financial and Emotional Struggles of a Nocturnal Rio Cab Driver in ‘Burning Night’2019-12-08 20:40:09
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4 DN369: Henry Blake Exposes the Cruel Exploitation of Britain’s Youth by Drugs Gangs in Shocking Debut ‘County Lines’2019-11-30 16:24:48
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5 DN368: A Defiant Teen Discovers the Destructive Power of Lies in Svetla Tsotsorkova’s Bulgarian Drama ‘Sister’2019-11-16 19:04:11
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6 DN367: A Deep Dive into ‘Burning Cane’, Phillip Youmans’ Debut Feature Which Made Tribeca History2019-11-06 09:22:47
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7 DN366: Hari Sama Returns to the Hedonistic Days of Mexico City’s Post-Punk Scene in ‘This Is Not Berlin’2019-11-02 09:52:25
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8 DN365: Isabella Eklöf Exposes the Rot Beneath the Glitzy Veneer of Power & Money in Unflinching Debut ‘Holiday’2018-11-30 17:42:03
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9 DN364: Philippe Faucon Contemplates the Loneliness of Economic Migration in French Drama ‘Amin’2018-11-23 17:23:14
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10 DN363: Sara Colangelo Tracks a Destructive Spiral of Obsession in Feature Thriller ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’2018-11-15 17:31:25
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11 DN362: A Troubled Imposter Tries to Find Her Way Home in Christina Choe’s Psychodrama ‘Nancy’2018-11-08 19:19:10
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12 DN361: Erik Poppe Forces Us to Experience Norway’s Terror Attack First Hand in One-Shot Feature ‘Utøya – July 22’2018-11-02 15:11:02
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13 DN360: London Film Festival 2018 – Female Filmmaker Panel2018-10-25 17:02:47
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14 DN359: Matthew Jones Charts the Rise, Fall & Redemption of James Lavelle in ‘The Man from Mo’Wax’2018-08-30 15:08:38
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15 DN358: Luca Dipierro Animates the Death of a Band in ‘Rising. A Requiem For Father Murphy’2018-04-06 11:49:02
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16 DN357: James Erskine Documents the Awe-Inspiring Artistic, Athletic & Societal Struggle of ‘The Ice King’2018-02-23 11:01:43
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17 DN356: Dustin Guy Defa Weaves a Whimsical Tapestry of New York Stories in Ensemble Feature ‘Person to Person’2017-12-21 20:36:48
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18 DN355: A Prima Ballerina Fights for Relevance & Perfection in Birgitte Stærmose’s Psycho Thriller ‘Darling’2017-11-09 18:25:46
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19 DN354: An English Boxer Fights to Survive a Brutal Thai Prison in Jean-Ste´phane Sauvaire’s ‘A Prayer Before Dawn’2017-10-26 10:51:37
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20 DN353: Rob Curry & Tim Plester Herald the Rebirth of a Folk Legend in ‘The Ballad of Shirley Collins’2017-10-19 09:51:12
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