Every now and then you come across a short film that shows you just how creative you can be without having to use actors, scriptwriters and masses of special effects: a good story, told in 3 minutes and with the simplest of gear. This beautiful film, Address Is Approximate, was made by The Theory Films on a Canon 5D MkII. There’s a lot of talent and hard work that’s made this so good, but it just shows that you don’t need tens of thousands of pounds to make fantastic films.
Great stuff – look at what’s going on in the background and see how it compliments the images on the screen for even more impressive amazement!
Check out The Theory Films to find out more about their work.