Smartphone to silver screen: “Ice Swimming” won Best Smartphone Film at the Sunlight International Film Festival.
The festival attracted 2,500 entries from more than 80 countries.
This is proof that mobile journalism stories can make it to the big screen and find new audiences.
A woman goes ice swimming for the first time in the frozen harbor of Helsinki in February.
Shot w @FiLMiCPro and edited with @LumaTouch.
Join me on the Red Carpet!
This award-winning documentary short film has also been awarded the following honors:
- Finalist in the One World Film Festival
- Official selection in the MINA Film Festival in Melbourne Australia.
- Official selection in the Berlin Flash Film Festival
It is not the only non-fiction #MOJO film to earn distinction in global film festivals.
“Sophie Sutton” is a documentary shot on smartphone by a mobile journalist and screening at glitzy film festivals around the world.
This #Mojo mini doc was shot with smartphone and tiny mobile gear that all fit into a bike bag while filming in Berlin.
“Sophie Sutton” joins “Ice Swimming,” “The Treehouse” and “Altitude” in earning international recognition for storytelling and cinematography.
More examples of #MOJO films made with smartphones.
I like to edit my shots while still in the field. The best tool I have found for working in the moment to capture and present an authentic scene is LumaFusion video editor for iOS. I show this process in a Pro Filmmaker profile hosted by Luma-Touch.
Here is a screener of that award-winning #Mojo film . . .
Visit to the tallest treehouse in the world. This award-winning film was named a a FINALIST in the @FiLMiCPro One World film contest.
SF3 Film Festival writes: “‘Altitude’ by Mojo filmmaker, Robb Montgomery, is a visit to cloud factories in Chile and Austria. This is one of the most spectacular expressions of smartphone cinematography and what he can do with a time-lapse will take your breathe away.”
‘Altitude’ debuted on the silver screen (which is how you need to experience this film) on Sunday 23rd September, 2018 in Sydney Australia.
Shot on location at the Hintertux Glacier and San Pedro de Atacama.
The laurels collection continues to grow as more festivals make their notifications over the next few months.