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[…]
PLAYBACK is a three-minute film shot in one take, which makes the suspense it conjures up all the more impressive. When a man’s television mysteriously shows him a brutal murder being committed in his building, a scream from the hallway compels him to investigate. What he stumbles upon will change[…]
Remake of a scene from The Passenger by Michelangelo Antonioni (1975) in one long take and in a thriller way.
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[…]
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[…]
Starring David Graeber & Suzanne Elven
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. takeawayscenes.com facebook.com/thetakeawayscenes twitter.com/TakeawayScenes
We’re kicking off a new segment on Film Shortage called ‘Breaking The Scene’, where we choose a specific scene that really captures our attention in one of our featured films, and break it down to get a behind the scene look with the director of the film. We thought we’d[…]
One way or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. The one shot wonder, ‘Jumpers’ was made as part of a series of short films for the Takeaway Scenes project with several restricting rules. But even before knowing the rules we need to make sure the film works well[…]