Apple has released the short film The Stunt Double on its official YouTube channel. The film, shot using only the iPhone 11 Pro's camera, was shared with the Vertical Cinema format. Academy Award winner Damien Chazelle directs the film.
Apple today shared a 9-minute short film The Stunt Double, all shot on iPhone. The short film, directed by Academy Award winner Damien Chazelle, was shot using Apple's flagship phone, the iPhone 11 Pro. The main detail that attracted attention in the film was the format of the movie. Unlike movies that are usually shot in a horizontal angle, The Stunt Double, shot with the "Vertical Cinema" feature, may give us an impression of the movies we will encounter in the future.
For the short film that Apple released, "The Stunt Double, the short film by Damien Chazelle, shot on the iPhone 11 Pro, was redesigned to take a journey through the history of cinema with a Vertical Screen view. "Watch to reshape and modernize the magic of the movie we know and love, from action movies to silent movies, from spy movies to the wild west."
The Stunt Double short film:
Stating that Damien Chazelle has presented a work that transforms vertical video on iPhone 11 Pro into a vertical cinema, Apple said that with this short film, there is important information about how people can create their cinematic appearance, tricks of wide-angle lenses and how to take photos using a vertical screen.
Behind-the-scenes footage of the short film released.
Apple broadcasts the behind-the-scenes images (behind the iPhone 11 Pro) on the official YouTube channel with the title of "Making Vertical Cinema" along with the short film and gives essential tips for iPhone owners to shoot cinematic quality vertical videos.
Behind the scenes footage of The Stunt Double: