Category Archives: Short film

Short Film Spotlight: “I Love Sarah Jane”

Recently, I saw on Indieflix a very good short film, “I Love Sarah Jane”. I know I am late to the party – the film premiered in 2008 (at the Sundance Film Festival) and made waves that year and the following. However, with so much film and video content coming at us, it is easy to miss out on something great. “I Love Sarah Jane” is certainly a film worth going back to. Plus, with the passage of time, we can see how careers of the filmmakers involved in this project have progressed – especially since a number of them are making waves in the film industry right now. Continue reading Short Film Spotlight: “I Love Sarah Jane”

“Russian Roulette” – £50 short film with the International Space Station

“Russian Roulette” is a short directed by Ben Aston that has been very popular online. In fact, it won the 2014 Sundance London online short competition. It is a fun and clever film that shows once again that it doesn’t have to take a lot of money to entertain an audience. Continue reading “Russian Roulette” – £50 short film with the International Space Station

Great cinematography in a series of shorts by Janusz Kaminski

Janusz Kaminski has directed an interesting series of eleven shorts (or vignettes) for the New York Times. Each short is one-minute long and uses only one actor – but a great one, for example, Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford. The super short format doesn’t allow for much storytelling, but the vignettes still manage to be entertaining. But what stood out for me the most was the cinematography. Continue reading Great cinematography in a series of shorts by Janusz Kaminski