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“Unknown”: the art of one-person moviemaking

“Unknown”: the art of one-person moviemaking

New Delhi filmmaker Akhilesh Tripathi wrote, directed, starred in, edited, and scored this astonishing sci fi short.

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“Julie Drinks”: a music video introducing Willodean

“Julie Drinks”: a music video introducing Willodean

“Julie Drinks” was directed by Renee Faia and produced by Sheri Hellard. This iPhone 5 video showcases the founders of Cheap Lullaby Records Eric Holden and Randy Wooten in their new band, Willodean. Here, they’re joined  by singer Dan Barrett from the Austin roots band Porterdavis. Renee is a musician as well as a director. You can see her performing…

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High-quality slow-motion technology coming soon to mobile devices

As MMM has reported in several articles (SloPro, Shooting SloMo Using a Spotting Scope), mobile moviemakers already have the ability to create slow motion effects. But image quality has been an issue. Now, according to  an article by Mikael Ricknäs in PC World, Toshiba has developed a camera sensor (T4KA3) that makes possible a frame rate of…

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New book on mobile-made media

New book on mobile-made media

Max Schleser, whose mobile-mentary we’ve featured on this site, is the co-editor of MOBILE MEDIA MAKING IN AN AGE OF SMARTPHONES (Palgrave MacMillan). The book is a collection of essays that discuss mobile and digital filmmaking opportunities in such areas as citizen news, transmedia, and social media. Publication date: October, 2014. Price is $67.50. For…

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Cinephone Submission Deadline is coming soon!

If you’d like to submit a video to Barcelona-based Cinephone International Smartphone Shortfilm Festival, the deadline is August 31, 2014. Cinephone features short mobile-shot videos in all genres. For details and submission form please visit http://cinephone.es

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The Mobil Film Festival is open for submissions

Creating a watchable mobile video is rewarding in itself. The next logical step is placing your work before an audience. You can corral your friends or upload to YouTube. Even more exciting is submitting your video to a film festival. The cutting edge Mobil Film Festival (MFF)

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