Writer and Director Fred Rowson successfully employs voiceover and intercutting in his whimsical and melancholy short film “Woodhouse”.
What makes a good short film? Director Bram Schouw’s “Sevilla” defies conventional wisdom, managing to say a lot with a little.
Director Andrew Napier engages with the question of narrative perspective in his dark screwball comedy “Grandma’s Not a Toaster!”
Vimeo User Kogonada’s supercut of Wes Anderson’s films analyzes the director’s centered and often symmetrical framing.
Ben Aston’s latest short film demonstrates the power of creative constraints.
Co.Create inspires us with its interview with writer-producer-director Joss Whedon: how to be prolific.