The 10 Most-Read Cinematography Articles of 2016

Best Man

The most popular features of the year in cinematography, as chosen by our readers.

#10 1500 WORDS

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.

#09 I’d Love For You To See Me Dance

“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.

#08 My Sister’s Dollhouse

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.

#06 Plaster

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.

#04 The Arcadian

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.

#03 The Boy with a Camera for a Face

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.

#02 I S O L A T I O N

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.

#01 Best Man

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.

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