Do you like watching short films?
Because short films these days have really amazing content and beautiful visuals. And they have a great impact on you in a very short time.
I am an avid lover of short films. I watch a lot of them. Some are okay and some are really good; a few of them are amazing.
But the short film I am going to talk about, today, is SPECTACULAR! I saw this short film just an hour ago and I couldn’t resist but share it with you guys!
It’s called AMA – a short film by Julie Gautier. And here’s the video:
Ama is a breathtakingly beautiful short film that shows pain and life very gracefully. The whole short film has just one character. It is a silent film. It tells a story everyone can interpret in their own way, based on their own experience. There are no impositions, only suggestions.
The director Julie Gautier says:
I wanted to share my biggest pain in this life with this film. For this is not too crude, I covered it with grace. To make it not too heavy, I plunged it into the water. I dedicate this film to all the women of the world.
Choreographer: Ophélie Longuet
Music: « Rain in your black eyes », Ezio Bosso. (P) Sony Music Entertainment.
Cinematographer: Jacques Ballard
Editor: Jérôme Lozano
Colorist: Arthur Paux @ Spark Seeker
Compositing: Gregory Lafranchi @GoneFX
Sound mix: Nassim El Mounabbih @Dinosaures
Production: Spark Seeker/Les Films Engloutis
Associated Producers: Y-40 The Deep Joy/RVZ
Camera Assistant: Arthur Lauthers
Electrician Romain Mostri
Safety Freedivers: Anne Maury – Fouad Zarrou
Making off: Jimmy Golaz
Camera Rental (Red VistaVision 8K) RVZ
Light&Electric Rental: TSF Cannes
Wardrobe: Tatiana Henri
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