From filming waist-deep in snow, shooting on 16mm film, or making adorably gross puppets, short films take a lot of work.
The Sundance Film Festival received a whopping 10,374 short film submissions this past year.
According to the Sundance Institute, short film programmers received a record number of short film submissions for Sundance 2022, with about 500 more than last year. From that massive pile, only 59 were selected to play at the festival. That’s stiff competition.
Making a short film, especially in the middle of the pandemic, is hard. But it’s all worth it when you get to screen the finished film!
No Film School asked four filmmakers with shorts at Sundance 2022 to share the process of making their films. Here’s what they said.
Author: Oakley Anderson-Moore
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