Apple has shared a short Shot on iPhone film — The Bucket — in celebration of the Chinese New Year. Created by award-winning film director and screenwriter Jia Zhangke, the short film portrays a story about family and homecoming during the Chinese New Year holiday.
What gifts would your parents prepare when your Chinese New Year visit comes to an end? A film about the taste of home shot on iPhone XS by Jia Zhangke.
The Bucket (posted above) was shot entirely with an iPhone XS, and it’s almost 7-minute long. Alongside the short film, Apple posted two additional videos highlighting director Jia Zhangke using Depth Control and Slo-mo. You can watch those two quick videos below.
Acclaimed film director Jia Zhangke talks about bridging the gap between his subject matter and audience through Depth Control with iPhone XS. Use Depth Control to get closer to the taste of home this Chinese New Year.
Acclaimed film director Jia Zhangke sheds some light on how slowing time with Slo-mo on iPhone XS makes emotions last longer. Use Slo-mo to prolong and savor the taste of home this Chinese New Year.
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