MINA SCREEN PARTNER --- The founder of the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego, Susan Botello, has created an international awards event celebrating the best of the best in the mobile/smartphone film industry with the brand new Global Mobile Film Awards™ (GMFA). ... See MoreSee Less
• Full camera functionality while underwater or while wearing gloves• Volume down button cycles between camera modes• Volume up button activates the camera mode• Sleep mode saves battery when not in use!• All pictures and videos stored directly to camera roll
The BeastGrip DOF adaptor allows the user to mount DSLR lenses to your phone when using the BeastGrip Pro rig system... this allows a beautiful aesthetic and depth of field to you captured footage when using such lenses as a Nikon 50mm 1.8....
When the feature film Tangerine was released it started a ground swell of interest in shooting films with a smartphone.
Tangerine was shot on a an iPhone 5 with an amazing app called FilmicPro. The app allows you to control exposure, ISO, focus points and so much more.. In the next version which is currently in beta, the app takes it to a totally new level. ... See MoreSee Less
My Beastgrip Pro rig is without doubt my favourite piece of kit and when ever I'm capturing footage, people stop me and ask what is that.
Beastgrip Pro - the world's first universal lens adapter and camera rig system for smartphones. Adjustable lens mount and spring loaded clamps ensure secure grip and perfect fit with virtually any phone on the market.
Beastgrip Pro is a modular rig system with a removable lens mount assembly and handle that allows the user to modify the Beastgrip Pro to their own personal preference. With the DOF adaptor the system allows you to mount DSLR lenses.
It comes with industry standard photography mounts and an ergonomic grip, allowing you to attach all kinds of photography and video gear.
MOBILISE is a mini-festival that explores the emergent field of mobile music making and new sound practice. The event sees an incredible line-up of the world’s mobile music masters descending on De Montfort University’s Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre for two days of workshops, hands-on programming, talks and performances.
MOBILISE Hackathon Tuesday 28 February, 10 am – 4pm, MTIRL, DMU A workshop for the CoSiMa web audio application with IRCAM's Norbert Schnell and Benjamin Matuszewski. Participants will design and program a simple performance mobile app using the Soundworks framework. IRCAM (Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music), Paris, is one of the world’s most leading centres for electronic music, and this will be the first time their delegates have ever performed outside of London.
No programming experience required, just a curiosity to be part of a collective Smartphone experience.
MOBILISE Conference Wednesday 1 March, 10 am – 5pm, PACE Building, DMU Discussions, presentations and demos featuring artists, developers and researchers exploring music, mobility and new sonic arts practice. Norbert Schnell (Ircam, FR) Mobiles, participation and music performance. Peter Sinclair/Elena Biserna (Locus Sonus, FR) Exploring, moving and mixing sound environments. Frauke Behrendt (University of Brighton, UK) Sound, mobility and the Internet of Things. Jakob Haq (SWE) Q&A with YouTube vlogger and iOS mobile musician HaQ AttaQ. Aneek Thapar (Ninja Tune, UK) Developing the Ninja Jamm app, workflow issues + some cool tips and tricks.
MOBILISE Performance Wednesday 1 March, 7pm – 9pm, PACE Building, DMU Evening concert with IRCAM, DMU post-grad and MTI /MTIP students. ... See MoreSee Less
MINA creates interactions between people, content and the creative industries. The International Mobile Innovation Screening showcases short films produced on and with smartphones, mobile and pocket cameras. In addition last year introduced Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Drone, Social Media and New Media productions as part of the screening program.
For the 7th edition of the MINA screening we are looking for a marketing/community/partnership manager intern who will work with us in fostering and creating new connections to filmmakers, producers and sponsors. The work will be project based and can mirror the interests of the applicant. The ideal candidate will have some experience in and understanding of film production and marketing. It is not mandatory to work from Australia/NZ.
If this sounds like you please get in contact with Max Schleser, Co-Founder Mobile Innovation Network Australasia: Max@mina.pro
For the first time ever, Forbes Magazine held a short film festival aimed at talented under 30s, the results of which were announced earlier in the month. Whilst this, in and of itself, is not particularly noteworthy, their decision to include a ‘Shot on a Cellphone’ category was, bringing to the fo...