After a little break were are happy to bring back our segment Breaking The Scene, where we dissect a pivoting scene from one of our featured short films with the help of the director. In this edition we get behind the mind of Robert Savage and expose the tantalizing rotating[…]
A one shot liquor store heist, with none of the planning to pull it off. The Robbery is a one shot liquor store heist, with none of the planning to pull it off. Arrows start flying early. Crystal’s odyssey from aisle to aisle looking for safety keeps complicating her simple[…]
In one continuous shot, a man has a public meltdown in the middle of a residential cul-de-sac. What unfolds is a constantly shifting scenario in which community’s cultish public shaming is taken to extreme heights. From the conceptualized mind of Paul Trillo, we get a quasi-impossible – one continuous shot[…]
WAITING, a 3 minute single scene vignette about Kathryn, Joe, Brooke, Lily and Sara, their lives intersecting and overlapping in the ladies room at a Manhattan wedding reception. In sharp contrast to my previous short film, “The Rain Collector” about women in science in Victorian England, I wanted to do[…]
Anna contemplates a big decision while waiting for someone in a cafe. The movie was produced by Zen Design Studios and inspired by a documentary All About Mothers Inspired by a documentary exploring the relationship between mothers and their children (All About Mothers), and produced by Zen Design, Daniel Montanarini’s[…]
Officer Arnaud loved his Mom. Some films are just full of surprises. You can’t say there are many films out there that will make you cry a little, laugh a lot, and make you want to spend some time talking with those you love. Thunder Road is a masterpiece in[…]
A young woman confronts her frat-guy boyfriend to discuss the future of their relationship — on her own unique terms. The short is shot in a single unbroken take that confines them as the short progresses, trapping them in the frame and forcing them to look nowhere but at each[…]
Love hurts. Starring Jim Sturgess (One Day / Cloud Atlas) and Stacy Martin (Nymphomaniac / High Rise).
Post-Apocalyptic drama, shot in one continuous take. Starring Brian McCardie (Filth, The Damned United, Rob Roy) and Kim Vithana (Law & Order: UK, Waking the Dead) After the Fray is set in the not so distant future and focuses on a military veteran recounting his experiences on the front lines[…]
Two sisters remember their childhood a little differently. Watch Scene 005 Jumpers on our Featured Shorts or our in depth Breaking The Scene interview with the anonymous director.