HomeBusinessHow Long Should Your Shorts [Film] Be? #IQBiTSLIGHTAUTO NEXT 00 Please login to vote. Sign In PREV VIDEO NEXT VIDEO MORE VIDEOS The Science of Exposure and Metering What is this thing called Middle Gray? #IQBiTS Voicing for the Background | Film Jobs with Loop Group West Deconstructing Pixar’s Underrated Masterpiece: Coco | Beat by Beat How To Use *relatively* Inexpensive DJ LED Lights to Light a Set A Defense of 24 FPS and Why It’s Here to Stay for Cinema Diving into Dynamic Range When Can You Use a Trademark Logo in Your Film? – IQBiTS Are Comic Book Superhero Movies Destroying Cinema? Dual ISO & Dynamic Range (featuring the BMPCC 4K) How Long Should Your Shorts [Film] Be? #IQBiTS John P. Hess Subscribe Subscribed 0 147 videos 0% 82 Views 0 Likes July 22, 2018 BusinessIQBTSVideos By John P. Hess 0 Comments Well there’s really no answer but we’ll look at the average Oscar Winning Short film and then break down short films into four categories of general lengths to get some perspective on how long a short film should be. (Visited 82 times, 1 visits today) Show more Film FestivalFilmmaker IQFilmmakingShort FilmShorts PREV How To Use *relatively* Inexpensive DJ LED Lights to Light a Set John P. Hess July 3, 2018 22:08 NEXT A Defense of 24 FPS and Why It’s Here to Stay for Cinema John P. Hess August 21, 2018 You Might Be Interested In 0 The Basics of Setting a Multicamera Stream John P. Hess April 5, 2021 0 Why Yellow Is So Common for TV Graphics John P. Hess March 15, 2021 0 Lighting Tip: Shoot the Fill Side (Just One Thing) John P. Hess January 25, 2021 0 Why are Anamorphic Bokeh Oval John P. Hess December 1, 2020 0 The Fundamentals of Tilt Shift Lenses John P. Hess October 28, 2020 0 Fixing Perspective Issues with Corner Pin John P. Hess September 24, 2020 0 The Marching Band Trick to Steadier Handheld Moving Shots John P. Hess September 5, 2020 0 The Editing Techniques of THE BATMAN John P. Hess August 26, 2020 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.