The next work, Unsane, directed by critically-acclaimed director Steven Soderberg, will be staged next spring, and the new horror film is shot entirely with an iPhone.
According to foreign media reports, this "Unsane" plan on March 23, 2018 was officially released. Steven Soderberg will also be distributing his own video through his own company in partnership with Bleecker Street.
To know that this film is completely secret filming (horror film Do you want to keep the mystery?), In recent months, some details on the movie slowly surfaced, for example, it is entirely using the iPhone Take this message.
Movie stars Claire Foy, Juno Temple, and Jay Pharoah all described the film as "a type of reality of horror," and the genre of the movie has some similarities to "Get Out" by Jordan Peele. The entire movie was shot this summer, so the main tool for filming the movie is likely to be the iPhone 7 Plus because at that time it was the best iPhone.
The film by Steven Soderberg is not the first ever full movie to be shot on an iPhone, but it is likely to be by far the most compelling movie shot on the iPhone. And in 2015, when "Tangerine" shot the iPhone 5s, the director used an $ 8 App and an anamorphic lens accessory, but this time, Equipment and software?
Steven Soderberg often shoot some very experimental film, he will use inexperienced actors, but also use some unconventional shooting techniques and unique distribution strategy. It is reported that this horror film shooting cycle lasted only more than a week only, the production time is much shorter than the traditional lengthy production. The director even started editing the movie very soon, allowing the performer to see a near-finished piece of work before finishing his stage.
"You can not tell anything about how the movie was made, but it looks great," Pharoah said.
Steven Soderberg's representative works of "Eleven Arhats," "never compromise" and "drug network" and so on, he won in 2001 won the 73rd annual Academy Award for Best Director.