David Tomaszewski is the writer/director of Cobalt - a short film which also serves as a proof-of-concept for a feature film he intends to make. We asked him a few questions about the film, his process, and his plans.
We have six impressive examples of filmmaking in this edition of Weekend Watching which includes a documentary, two live action shorts, two animated shorts, and a dance video.
We are starting you out with a masterclass in controlled filmmaking.
Then we have two animations, a short fiction piece about the passage of time, a short documentary about an enabler of punk music in Ireland, and a new video showcasing the parallels and differences between two major world cities: Paris and New York.
365 Parisiens, Constantin Mashinskiy's photography project is a thing of beauty. So naturally we had questions about it.
Kevin Costner tries to get his Ageing Action Man thing going in 3 Days to Kill, with limited success.
House gutters, A fresh menace over Paris, an encounter with Death, Waiting out Winter, a cool travel video featuring quirky animation, a surreal tale of familial bonds, and how tragedies in one man's life inspired him to embark upon an unbelievable personal journey... these are the shorts we have featured in today's edition of Weekend Watching.
Two shorts about girls in cars with their fathers--with radically different outcomes in each one; another short film about an ambitious gymnast; a documentary about the oldest piano shop in Paris; a beautiful animation about physics; two pieces of advertising; a documentary about the most quoted man in news articles; and two short pieces that incorporate light in different ways. That's right, we've got ten short films to see you through this weekend.