Smartphone-Shot Movie Guns For Cinema Release [Headlines]

Smartphone-Shot Movie Guns For Cinema Release [Headlines]
technology

Can films made on your hadn-held phone have a longer shelf-life and wider release than just YouTube?

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 5 december 2011

The majority of films shot on cameraphones end up in YouTube’s vaults, lost forever among grainy videos of gigs and scenes of animals doing stupid things. However, if amateur filmmakers took things more seriously, their footage could end up in cinemas across the country. Hardware

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