In NY 41×41, director Paul Trillo uses a 41-megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone camera to zoom two miles down 41 blocks of 5th Avenue. Warning: Vertigo ahead.
Detroit agency GTB conceived the campaign, which was shot over 10 days in Los Angeles and around Oregon’s Mt. Hood. DP Dan Mindel (Star Trek, The Bourne Identity) shot the project, which was directed by Big Block’s Paul Trillo and features the familiar voiceover of Denis Leary.
How a former art student helped create an industry that puts movie cameras in the sky
Filmmaking is a long and arduous process, sometimes requiring days of shooting just to get a single shot. Even a nine-minute short film can usually take weeks to film—and that’s the easy way. Director Paul Trillo, however, wanted to do something else, so he filmed his latest short film, At The End Of The Cul-de-Sac, in just a single take, using only a drone.
New York-based filmmaker Paul Trillo has released an ambitious new short film titled At The End Of The Cul-de-Sac. It was shot in a single take using a drone which lasts almost 10 minutes.