Mixing stunning in-camera effects with glorious black and white cinematography, creative duo Bison’s unforgettable music video for London Grammar track Wasting My Young Years is a haunting vision that only grows in stature after discovering the creative production process involved. Shot on 35mm using a custom built camera rig consisting of 625 pinhole cameras designed [...]
Love and sacrifice overcome the cold eternal grip of death in Paris Zarcilla’s award winning promo for Slow Magic’s Feel Flows.
Conceived as “a modern tale about the absurdity of the decisions we can not control”, ModernEye’s stark short A Twirling Day, sees a man with nothing but options lose his way.
Having recently been longlisted for the Cannes Young Director Award as well as scooping the grand prize at the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge, Martin Stirling is certainly a filmmaker to keep an eye on at the moment.
We’ve long been fans of the experimental side of filmmaking here on DN and the possibilities which lay before directors who are willing to discover and discard their own rules as a project progresses. As inscrutable as some of these pieces may seem on first watch, they often contain a coherence, which while not obvious, [...]
An unhappy robot sees a way out of his monotonous life cycle of drudgery in Smoking Robot’s (Lewis Gray & Esra Guldal) animated short, Obsolete.
Applying the clean simplicity of framing and environment that we’ve seen across the Man + series of experimental shorts, You Ness invites us to ‘come down’ with Cloud Boat in their Youthern promo.
I like to think that I’ve put in a fair amount of miles when it comes to time spent watching short films and generally submerging myself in the filmmaking world, be that as it may, my time with shorts looks like a trip to corner shop when laid against the curatorial career of Joe Bateman. [...]
Back in March of last year we sat down with director HaZ Dulull to discuss his feline vs canine conspiracy, battlefield short Fubar as it expanded into its ‘Redux’ incarnation. As a short, Fubar was pretty epic in the scale of its world building and VFX so it only seems logical that Haz would cast [...]