The 40-minute documentary "A Solitary Mann" is a study of painter Jeremy Mann, who works on wood panels with a variety of unconventional image-making techniques — staining the wood surface, stripping off paint with solvents, and using an ink brayer to spread ink across the surface in broad strokes. Director Loic Zimmerman shot in 4K, operating the Sony FS700 handheld and recording Apple ProRes 422 10-bit footage at 24p to the Convergent Design Odyssey7Q recorder. "There are significant limitations to working with a DSLR, like rolling shutter," Zimmerman said in a statement provided by Sony. "I wanted a proper video camera." The full film is available for purchase via asolitarymann.com.