The most popular features of the year in cinematography, as chosen by our readers.
A short comedy drama directed by Andrew Chaplin and written by James Menzies, this is the story of Stanley Franks, a man who has 1500 words left to live and faces a battle to keep both his marriage and himself alive, using the fewest words possible.
“I’d Love For You To See Me Dance” is an unconventional comedy short directed by Matt Ingebretson, about a man who moves into a new apartment but his neighbour won’t leave him alone.
A bittersweet comedy short written and directed by Jim Archer, tells the story of a filmmaker who tries to discover himself by making a film… and fails.
A smart social satire directed by Jin Angdoo, this is the story of a 30-something year-old girl who’s stuck in an endless loop of today.
A short comedy film written by Martijn Hillenious and directed by Jeroen Houben, Plaster tells a sweet and nostalgic story about Pelle, a 12 year old boy who breaks his arm just before he goes on holiday with his parents.
IRØN MODVM is dance filmmaker’s Derek Pedrós personal interpretation of Iron Skulls, a dance project than he has seen grow and evolve over the years. A transition between dances, establishing itself as a fresh and inspiring proposal.
Directed by Pano Verino, filmed during a weekend trip with his friends and set to the wonderful Lo Fang’s rendition of “You’re The One That I Want” the Arcadian is a captivating tour of the actual Arcadia, in Peloponnese, Greece.
Written and directed by Spencer Brown, The Boy with a Camera for a Face is a brilliant satire about a boy born with a camera instead of a head, whose every moment is transformed by the fact he is recording it.
A short documentary contemplating on the need to take the time to stand back, reflect and just be with one’s self. Directed by UNFAZED’s Mathieu Bernat and David Guersana, this is a story about a character who abandons society’s predictability in a bid to uncover the secrets buried within the mysterious and dramatic landscape of the Scottish Highlands.
Directed by Freddie Hall and starring Josh O’Connor, Ben Hall, Lizzy Watts and Rose D’Aulbey, this is the story of Donald, a man who is about to get engaged and wants Patrick to be his best man. However Patrick, will soon start to question Donald’s sanity.