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Featured Projects

A Prolific Egyptian Moviemaker: Yassin Gabriel

Egyptian filmmaker Yassin Sadek talks about “Place That Matters,” a prize-winning entry in the MobileMovieMaking Memorable Places competition.

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The Making of “Lake of the Pines”

Two teen filmmakers create a prize-winning travel video shot at Lake of the Pines, California

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Inside the Mobile Motion Film Festival

BBC World News called the Mobile Motion Film Festival “one of the most exciting events from around the world.” Launched in 2015 in Zurich, the festival—familiarly known as MoMo—  promotes “the innovative use of low cost digital equipment, such as smartphones, to make thrilling, entertaining and/or thought-provoking content.” MoMo 2017 is accepting submissions through December 31, 2016. The…

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How To Not Use Instagram Like Everybody Else Does

Hakim Callier has been using mobile moviemaking, original music and Instagram to tell other gritty and compassionate entrepreneurs that: It’s okay to be vulnerable, caring and helpful to others but still have abundance in this world on your own terms — you just gotta become a romantic fool.

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An astonishing kid-made documentary: “Holiday of Holidays”

A documentary about Jews and Arabs celebrating holidays together would itself be newsworthy. More impressive is the fact that “Holiday of Holidays” is the work of 12-year-old Talia Cohen-Vigder.

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How to Shoot Video Biographies

Shooting a video biography is a way to honor a friend, a relative, a colleague, or a pillar of the community. Allen Bronstein, who has shot many video biographies, tells how to do it.

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