Live Action, Premiere
Colby Day explains how he practically translated his intimate play, about a couple experiencing new love, into a free-flowing dance short.
Craig Bingham breaks down the physical and emotional intensity of shooting the long one-shot takes required for his engrossing fight pit short.
Roxy Rezvany divulges how she sought to subtly unpack immigrant prejudice through the setup of her single-shot short drama.
Mauritz Brekke Solberg breaks down the construction of the lengthy single-take behind the pivotal tonal switch in his riveting ensemble drama.
Nicole Rixon & Ryan Goodman talk about marrying shooting medium with concept for their uncomfortable one-shot drama about skewed gender dynamics.
Andrew Jim Gannon deconstructs the purpose of the ever-evolving frame mask in his precise and psychological single-shot music video.
Using epic anamorphic lenses and flowing Steadicam movements, Ben Galster takes DN inside the precise planning of his thrilling one-shot music video.
Krzysztof Skonieczny talks through deploying flowing Steadicam shots and black & white cinematography in a bleak evocation of a man's personal purgatory.
Liam White speaks to the narrative importance of the near single-shot cinematography in his tense co-directed short drama about an unexpected meeting.
Josh Sondock unpacks the ambitious technicality behind his multi-layered one-take music video about a musician making a music video.
Olivier Lescot discusses deploying flowing movements, an impressive one-shot, a fine sense of myth and a propulsive tone for his kinetic car chase short.
Art & Fashion, Premiere
Krzysztof Grajper reveals how intricately rehearsed choreography led to the organic shooting of his one-shot dance polemic on homelessness.
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