Inspired by singers and directors, Good Company's Alexander Hammer dives into the weird, wonderful, and consistently creative parts of what makes an artist unique, and why passion is paramount when talking about art.
Taking self-reflection to new heights of horror and absurdity, Similar But Different directs this mind-bending new promo.
As a young star keeper leads the moon around its orbit, disaster strikes when a meteor knocks their staff out of their hand and the entire astrological machine grinds to a universal halt.
Challenging stereotypes, this short documentary focuses on Keiara Wade of the Compton Cowboys, a group dedicated to uplifting their community, and reteaching Black history through farm education and horseback riding.
Comedy directors, Hannah & Adriana, of Superprime, chat about cutting their teeth on editing Funny or Die skits, what SNL taught them about collaboration, and how to become funnier than your neighbor’s 12 year old kid who downloaded TikTok last week and has a million followers.
Composer Ludwig Göransson, who recently received an Emmy nom for his score on The Mandalorian, takes center stage in this design-heavy music video from Reprobates.
These questions finish up the Facing down racism series, where Black people and People of Color help pull back the curtain on how harm caused by microaggressions, blatant racism, and harm within the industry can be rectified.
Taking cues from the caretakers of the Ethiopian rock formations known as the Towers of Tigray, two climbers embark on en epic journey to ascend the mountains...by hand.
Summer has been particularly hard on kids, but a group of ingenious pre-teens gets together in this quirky ad to built an ambitious multi-apartment racecourse.
A group of hikers makes their way by land, river, and kayak through the expansive, beautiful wilderness of the Canadian Yukon.
Writer/Director Benji Weinstein is behind the all too real zoom sitcom, Join Meeting, but he has been working with comedy for years. He dives into what makes comedy funny, what makes a joke land, and why it’s all so terribly relatable.
A series of interconnected pieces of work, these short films show a diversity of dancers as they cope with their daily routines becoming traumatizing under lockdown.
Linda is a Features Editor for shots, writing about and reviewing a variety of commercial campaigns and films for the site. They have a particular fondness for animation and clever practical effects.
Alongside their work for shots, Linda has a variety of bylines as a writer and short story author. In addition to film, they write about science fiction, fantasy, and story games.
They currently live in between the mountains and rivers of the Hudson Valley, occasionally dreaming of New York City.
Odds are you’ll find them talking about Dungeons and Dragons, comic books, queer theory, or sailing.
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