Consider your favorite filmmaker—you’ve probably seen all of their work, right? You’ve watched their filmography forward and backward, defended their “lesser” films, and chosen your favorites. Film appreciation often involves considering an entire filmography, comparing early work, tracking evolutions of style, and appreciating late career reinventions. But what of the filmmaker who made just one feature film? Artists who provide audiences with no other title to compare and contrast, and whose feature work is by design, by disappointment, or by death—singular? In One and Done we consider the work of gifted filmmakers who, for myriad reasons, never directed another feature film again, and invite audiences to appreciate the rarity while imagining what might have been.