A Ghost Story

Film by: David Lowery

“A majority of the film is set within a single house, which was chosen by Lowery because it closely resembled the first house he lived in with his wife. As the house was about to be demolished, the film crew were allowed to use it for free. The project was shot in secret as they did not know how the final product would turn out. Lowery chose to shoot the film in an aspect ratio of 1.33:1, partially because he thought it was thematically appropriate for the film stating “It’s about someone basically trapped in a box for eternity and I felt the claustrophobia of that situation could be amplified by the boxiness of the aspect ratio.”

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