Night Fishing is a short film by Park Chan-Wook and his brother Park Chan-Kyong. The entire piece was shot using the iPhone 4 and multiple kinds of lenses. The ~30 minute feature ended up receiving the Berlinale Golden Bear 2011 award in the short film category. Synopsis as follows (via Berlinale):
“Deep in the woods, cutting through the fog, a man walks in carrying a fishing bag. He arrives at the edge of a river. The man leisurely goes about setting up his fishing rods and starts fishing. Hours later, night has fallen on the quiet riverside. The man hasn’t caught much fish and just sits, waiting. Just then, something big is caught on the fishing rod. It’s not something he can put on his dinner plate, but a mysterious young woman in white funeral dress crying in a little girl’s voice, call him “daddy”…”
An extended teaser is embedded below!