At the center of everything we experience is a story. Stories are always evolving. The only beginning and end to a story is the one that is told or the one we perceive.
All things mobile filmmaking and smartphone video.
When recording, vertical format is useful when you would like to limit and control your viewer’s focus and attention to a subject. When recording horizontal/widescreen format it’s about recording your subject within a scene.
We begin with the story of a filmmaker who contacted me days before our festival through an email. His name is Professor Karl Bardosh and he mentioned he was an Associate Art Instructor at the New York University (NYU). He was excited because he happened to be in L.A. and wanted to come to our film festival in San Diego to meet us in person.
Years ago an introduction to making movies with cell phones grew into an official platform to screen mobile films on a big screen. The founder of the International Mobile Film Festival reached across the world in 2009 to anyone with a phone urging them to create films with only mobile phones to be a part of the unique film festival in San Diego. Susan Botello has since partnered with several smartphone film festivals around the world to empower the industry with a priority given to mobile filmmakers of all ages.
Sometimes when you are drafting a Tweet your creativity can get the best of you. I wanted to say a lot in as few characters as I could and after the tweet, I realized I had a catchy phrase to share beyond Twitter. Does that ever happen to you? Let me explain. For years, I …
After watching the Apple Event this morning, I must admit the new iPhone X looks incredible.
It’s all about the story! Have you noticed that storytelling is trending everywhere online and offline?
A few weeks ago, one of the students for our mobile filmmaking workshop reached out the night before a shoot when their camera person had to cancel. They needed a video for their campaign to fund their next film.
Story-sharing is what I call storytelling in the 21st century. Let me share a story with you.