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The Nightshift Belongs To The Stars: Behind The Scenes

2013-10-24
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"The Nightshift Belongs to the Stars" won the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival Award for Best Narrative Short. Starring Nastassja Kinski, Julian Sands, and Enrico Lo Verso, this film tells the tale of two heart surgery survivors who make a date to climb the Dolomite hills of Italy six months after leaving the hospital. Shooting with the Canon Cinema EOS C300 provided the filmmakers with the best of both worlds - the ability to go on location in one of the most beautiful places in the world, capturing the sun, the wind and the rugged hills, as well as the characters' journeys in intimate indoor shots. Join Director Edoardo Ponti behind the scenes, as he shares his experiences during this production.

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