Something to be seen to be believed: Film still from David Lynch’s short experimental film made with the original Cinématographie camera invented by the Lumière brothers. Lynch was one of 41 international film directors who used the camera to make their own 52 second short, edited in-camera. Each director followed three rules: cannot be longer than 52 seconds, no synchronized sound (that is, the visuals cannot match the sound), and no more than three takes can be used.
Watch the films made by Lynch, Wim Wenders, and Peter Greenaway
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