Dinner by Matthew Miller
filmed/edited on iPhone
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‘Gulp’ is a short film created by Sumo Science at Aardman, depicting a fisherman going about his daily catch. Shot on location at Pendine Beach in South Wales, every frame of this stop-motion animation was shot using a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics. The film has broken a world record for the ‘largest stop-motion animation set’, with the largest scene stretching over 11,000 square feet.
SHORT MOVIE MADE WITH MOBILE (NOKIA N93),
AWARDED AT ROME INTERNATIONAL FILM FEST 2007 as BEST SHORT MADE WITH A MOBILE
RAFFAELLA DI GENNARO
PHILOZEI AUDIO LAB
Cut and sound
HAZEL J. ZOID
Short film ‘Idle tears’, i created for my Second year time based media project. Made in just over a day, Shot using my ipod touch (no cheating apps) and edited all on after effects using no 3rd party or preset effects. Hope you enjoy.
Starring: Billy and Hollie
Poem: ‘Idle Tears’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Music: ‘La valse d’Amelie (piano version)’ by Yann Tiersen
Creative Direction, Film and Post production: Matt Smith
We are living in a time where ‘convergence’ is everywhere. Gone are the days when a camera was a camera, a MP3 player was an MP3 player, a phone was a phone….
These days digital cameras are found in a variety of other gadgets – including cell phones. In fact Camera Phones are one of the fastest growing segments of the digital camera market and with the improvements in the quality of what is being offered in some phones (higher megapixels, better lenses, high capacity storage) some believe that they are beginning to win market share away from the low end offerings of many digital camera manufacturers. Our current poll on ‘take anywhere cameras‘ reveals that many of you are using camera phones regularly.
Unfortunately many of the pictures being taken with Camera Phones are poor in quality. This might partially be a result of lower quality cameras – but it is also often a result of poor photographic technique.
Following are 13 tips for Camera Phone owners to help them get the most from their cameras phones:
1’15” | mobile | color | stereo | 2010
Under the Southern tropic, July’s winter is much more than a season. It’s a state of mind.
#1 of 4 from the Stations/Seasons series (original title in Portuguese: Estações/Estações).
by João Krefer
Evandro Lustosa | voice
Daniel Rodriguez | the looker
Harry Crowl | music (performed by Leilah Paiva)
- Vivo ARTE.MOV 2010: International Mobile Art Festival
(Best Southern Video: artemov.net/saopaulo/?p=242)
- Hong Kong International Mobile Film Awards 2011
(Best Drama – Silver Award: hkimfa.com/ceremony.html)
- shot with a LG Cookie KP570Q mobile phone, 320×240
This is a movie made with a cell phone (Sony Ericsson W810i).
Jury Prize at Les 4 Ecrans European Festival 2009, Paris / SFR contest .
© Olivier Héraud. 2009
Film réalisé avec un téléphone portable.
Lauréat du concours SFR / Festival Européen des 4 Ecrans 2009 à Paris.
© Olivier Héraud. 2009
GOLDILOCKS is an episodic mobile action series.
This episode (Episode 9) was shot and edited entirely on Apple iOS devices (iPhone 4 & iPad 2).
.: Shot on iPhone 4 / iPod Touch
.: Edited in iMovie app on iPad 2
.: Distributed through Vimeo to your iOS device!
Directed by Michael Koerbel
Written by Anna Elizabeth James & Michael Koerbel
Executive Producers – Anna Elizabeth James, Michael Koerbel
Co-Executive Producer – Eric Edmonds
Producer – Christopher Sachs, Joe Della Rosa, Eric Edmonds
Cast (in order of appearance)
Brian Phelan ….. Seth
Mike McKee ….. Brian
Keri Safran ….. Sarah
Greg Caldwell ….. Eric
David Landry ….. Alex
Jolene Kay ….. Jasmine / Goldilocks
Emily Ballard ….. Young Goldilocks
Wil Philip ….. Max
Director of Photography – Michael Koerbel
Additional Camera – Anna Elizabeth James
Edited by – Fawaz Al-Matrouk
Casting Director – Allison Farrow
Art Director – Ben Phen
Costume Designer – Nola Yergen
Key Makeup – Lillit Alexandrian
Makeup Design – Bill Myer
Production Accountant – Pattie Hinrichs
Production Assistant – Allison Farrow
Music Licensing – APM Music
Special Thanks – Daniel Grove
The Messenger is claimed to be the world’s first war movie shot on the iPhone 4. What began as a simple test of a smartphone’s camera capabilities became a more fleshed-out short film with some visual effects work in every frame.
Directing/Cinematography/Editing/Visual Effects by Jesse O’Brien
Musical Score/Sound/Storyboards/Acting by Ryan Stevens