We interviewed Film Director Ndrika Anikya, about her latest BBC New Creative short film ‘A Flourishing Crown’, and the integral importance of keeping traditional names in the western world. Read on for more.
New Creatives short film Top Wavers packs a punch — short and sweet!
We speak to Comfort Adeneye, creator of Top Wavers, about the inspiration and process behind the film.
DEM TIMES is a fictional comedy-drama podcast, about a young British-Ghanian boy named Samuel Adjei. The piece was produced for New Creatives.
A New Creatives film documenting a niche craft hobby falling out of common practice used as a vessel through which to examine the core of community spirit and uncovering fading traditions
We talk to New Creative Izzy Mooney about her short film, Stitching, Kneeling.
The audience is led on a journey of despair, solitude and eventual peace through a mesmerising blend of spoken word poetry, animation, and music, created by New Creative Kam Szewczuk.
Kamila talks to us about they New Creative film, Mirrors, detailing the inspiration and the creative process.
Noise is a punchy little black-and-white New Creatives film with a vivid soundtrack about taking time away from always-on screens and endless news-feeds.
We speak to New Creative David Torre about his short animation, Noise.
What does it mean to be a fan, and are we guilty of idolising an individual more than their creative output? New Creative Leanne Judge explores this using one of the most marmite musicians.
In this interview with the creator of Justin, What Have You Done To Us? we look at the production and creative decisions behind this surreal film about fandom.
"Audio is an incredibly austere form, and you have to work very hard if you’re using it to create a comprehensible narrative."
New Creative piece 'Love Under the Sign of Teletrex' offers an unnerving view into a smart device’s perspective on human love-lives
We review the New Creatives short film Apocrypha, and it's very surreal!
We talk to Tamu Nkiwane about his surreal, conceptual film Apocrypha.
Notes On Being A Lady, a short film from the BBC New Creatives programme, gracefully interprets the struggle of being Black and female through interpretative dance and poetry.
Voice’s assistant editor Saskia Calliste caught up with Zodwa Nyoni about her short film, ‘Notes On Being A Lady’, as part of BBC New Creatives.