With the release of Sam Mendes’ World War I thriller 1917 set for Christmas day, NBCUniversal and Ideas United are partnering to produce a video submission contest aimed at burgeoning filmmakers. The challenge is this: submit a two-minute video filmed in a single continuous shot with the urgent delivery of a message as the theme. Why these specifics? Well, if you haven’t heard, the entire film is made to look like a single continuous shot—all 110 minutes of it (not including credits). The genius behind the feat was DP Roger Deakins, whose work includes some of the …https://collider.com/1917-one-shot-challenge-emerging-filmmakers/" target="_blank">Read More . . .
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