Nailing the Insanely Competitive Art of Short Filmmaking with Bernardo Britto and Bérénice Eveno

In this episode, Oakley Anderson Moore talks with Director Bernardo Britto (Jacqueline Argentine, Yearbook) and Cinematographer Bérénice aka "Bear" Eveno(Verbatim, Free the Nipple). We sat down with them at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and learned about how making a great short could lead to your break-through project. They compare and contrast the challenges associated with making a feature and a short, as Mr. Britto came to Sundance with entries in both forms (Jacqueline Argentine, Glove). Being a prolific documentarian, Bear fills us in on the advantages of the documentary short, and how often times they can be even more powerful outlets than feature-length films. Her short Verbatim is a re-enactment of the indictment trials held in Ferguson in 2015. No Film School's podcasts from the 2016 Sundance Film Festival are sponsored by Canon and Rode Microphones.

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