Magic Bullet is a short-film adaptation of The Cure – a feature film script I wrote mid-2010. In the process of seeking funds for the feature film, I decided to make a short and hopefully use it to pique investor’s interest in the feature. To make this short calling card more compelling I thought, “Why not shoot it on a smartphone?” More
IMTF will begin to accept entries to its next festival starting October 1, 2014. We will be accepting trailers in all genres–for completed movies and for movies still in the dream stage. Entries must have a rating no higher than PG13.
On October 1, we will post the prizes and all the rules.
If you have questions before then, please write email@example.com
MobileMovieMaking.com is a new venue for exhibiting the work of indie moviemakers. This free online magazine focuses on the art and technology of using smartphones and tablets to shoot movies.
Launched on June 1, MMM is published by IndieFilmConnect, the company that founded the International Movie Trailer Festival. The new magazine will exhibit dramas, documentaries, music videos, and works in all other genres…including trailers. The only requirement is that the cinematography be done using a mobile device. More
- The 2014 Trailer Contest is now open for submissions. You’ll find details and the entry form in the Contest pull-down menu (above). You have the option of entering via FilmFreeway. We’re eager to see your work.