Re: A short film...my first one
why did you shoot 30fps?
you should (if you want and if you can) 24fps (this is what film shoots) - and shoot progressive of you can, this will also add to giving your footage an overall filmic look. Also try playing with the shutter which will alter the depth of field a lot, a small depth of field can be amazing.
just a few tiny tips that help me with my day job (TV Director)
i can tell you come from a stills background, i don't, i'm good with moving image, not so good with stills...
good work, good composition, more story, for me story is everything - it can be abstract - but has to be there....or it needs to look freaking amazing. IMO..really good work for such a small camera