Samsung has launched a collaboration with some of the world’s most well-known filmmakers to encourage people to let their imaginations run wild with Galaxy.
Director Joe Wright, best known for notable literary adaptations like Pride & Prejudice (2005), Anna Karenina (2012), and Atonement (2007), as well as big-budget blockbusters like Hanna (2011), Pan (2015), and Darkest Hour (2017).
Joe Wright and his colleagues used the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s 13 mm ultra-wide-angle lens extensively throughout the filming of “Princess & Peppernose” to capture the complete range of scenes.
Let’s take a look at the trailer to discover how Wright managed to complete this job using only his Galaxy smartphone:
Wasn’t that phenomenal?
Wright had high praise for the camera as well as the opportunity to explore this smartphone-filmmaking realm for the first time when speaking about his approach of creating a short film with the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
“My parents started the first toy theater in the UK and I thought this project was the perfect opportunity to get my roots back,” says Joe Wright. “What amazed me most during the production was how quickly and easily I was able to stage the story. The camera is always ready and all you have to do is press the button to focus and record.”
The future in filmmaking is here. This is such a truly inspiring take on taking creativity to the next level! Those interested in film can look forward to more fascinating projects from some of the world’s most well-known filmmakers.
It goes to show that you don’t need $40,000 equipment with you to create remarkable films. You can create your own stories with just your fingertips.