Monday, June 11, 2012

Haroon Rashid’s One Shot: Fear Without Cut to enter Guinness Book of Records!

Haroon Rashid

 film One Shot-Fear Without Cut

 film One Shot-Fear Without Cut
A Hindi film titled 'One Shot-Fear Without Cut' by Haroon Rashid is all set to enter Guinness Book of Records. The whole film was shot using single camera in full HD format. The duration of the film is 2hrs 20 min. The supernatural-thriller of two-hours and 20-minutes achieved a rare feat of becoming a one take movie, without a single cut. The movie already entered the Limca Book of Records and is waiting to create another record.
The film is based on a group of youngsters who get trapped in the race of shortcuts, desiring to become star performers overnight. Guinness Book of World Records officials will hand over the film makers the certificate of recognition at a special ceremony on June 25th at Mumbai. Rashid who wrote, produced and directed the film told "Covering four different locations over a distance of 7 kilometers was no child's play. But we did it," The movie has already got rave reviews in international film festivals like Sundanese Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and Shanghai International Film Festival.
Rashid who achieved this rare distinction on his debut tells "Starting from the sea to the road, road to the jungle and jungle to the building, all in one shot was not easy. In-spite of all the challenges that we faced during the picturisation, the camera was not stationary, it was in motion at all times."

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