Best Cinematography

with use of a 2002 cellphone camera and inclusion of a boom mic

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Best Cinematography


2022 (6th) Chrollie Awards


Another 48 Hour Film Project from the producers of Cupid Incorporated, Glass House and Returning. Years after his sister mysteriously vanishes, a man struggles to protect his daughter from a strange, but familiar presence that has entered their lives.
What would you do without power? In this epic adventure, a modern family struggles to survive in an American landscape void of working HD cameras: a world of normal suburbs, nice cars and boom microphones. On the fringes of small farming communities, danger lurks. Fortunately for our protagonists, they never witness them. A young man’s life is dramatically changed when a local boom microphone sneaks into, mysteriously – and unbeknownst to him, the shot of the movie he is in. Nothing is resolved and the characters have no arcs.

What critics are saying

“This was incredible! The storytelling is just amazingly done. The way the film ended brought a smile to our faces! The last time we were this happy for an ending, we left a massage parlor after an hour! Thank you for not making anymore crime against the arts and humanity.”

Benjamin Chrollin

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