So a few months back Intel, W Hotels and Roman Coppola launched Four Stories, a screenwriting competition in which four winning scripts would be selected and
Travel to ten locations within a 90-minute drive from downtown Portland, Oregon in this showcase of the awe-inspiring landscapes waiting to be explored.
Following on from El Vez’s Eight Items post earlier today, here’s another entry from the 2012 Sci-Fi London 48hr film challenge. Shy Girl, from DN
Director Jake Wynne and his team ‘Superluminal2012’ create a short packed with intrigue and strong performances with Eight Items, a film created
So the deadline has passed and the 2012 Vimeo Awards submissions have been whittled down to a svelte 156 shorts across 13 categories, now all that’s left
The 2nd and 3rd round compilations of The Beauty of a Second competition remind us that great filmmaking is made up of moments of beauty.
Asides, Film Festival
Well of course they weren’t going to stop after just one year! Yep the submission clock has started for 2012’s Vimeo Festival + Awards. The
190 years ago Nicolas Rieusse recorded time to an accuracy of a fifth of a second. The chronograph was born. To celebrate Rieusse’s invention, Mont Blanc
Back on DN009, we mentioned a new (well new then) competition called Stray Cinema, which was inviting filmmakers to download and recut footage to be voted on
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
Back in March Nokia continued their support of the short film format through the use of mobile phone cameras, with the launch of the Nokia Shorts competition.
We didn’t get round to posting this at the time, but having just wrapped a DN interview with director Luke Snellin, who impressed us all with his Virgin
A few months ago the fine folks over at Short of the Week decided to expand their remit as one of the most read/watchable sites online and used their film The
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