Live Action, Premiere
Rumi Kaul breaks down the underlying themes of youth and its progression to toxic masculinity he sought to reckon with in his vibrant playground drama.
Sam & David Cutler-Kreutz detail how they adapted to the challenge of shooting the pivotal murky underwater sequence for their tense toxic masculinity drama.
NONO & Rodrgio Inada layout the methodical juggling needed to pull off the ambitious multi-country production of their Giannis Antetokounmpo profile film.
Ewurakua Dawson-Amoah discusses her personal connection with Shito Ryu karate and the dojo at the heart of her latest exhilarating experimental spot.
George Thomson and Lukas Schrank explain how their kit choices allowed them to gain a more intimate perspective for their short documentary.
Jack Pirie speaks about finding the harmony between nature and humans at their extremes in his profound windsurfing dramatic documentary short.
Art & Fashion
Paul Ward talks us through shooting with a minimal crew while combining on the-the-fly footage, animation and special effects in his gorgeous surfing film.
Louis-Jack reveals how he created a spirited tribute to bouldering through slow-motion, wide-screen montage and a great use of space.
Julien Soulier discusses blending VHS footage with 16mm, voiceover with intimate access in his tender portrait of finding freedom through gymnastics.
Ben Marshall walks us through the advantages he found of structuring his comedy short's hectic shooting day to allow for the magic of improvisation.
Talia Pasqua & Simeon Pratt explain the run-and-gun approach they took capturing the Windy City Rollers for their uplifting short doc 'Round & Round'.
Michael Medoway reveals how he juxtaposed the challenges of the past and the present to reveal the tenacity of Mexican boxing champion 'El Gallo'.
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