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Sundance: Forget making money, make mobile art
|16 марта 2007|
A Slip in Time, by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris of Little Miss Sunshine fame. Dayton: "There will be opportunities to repurpose other types of film, but I do think this is a new medium and it has its own challenges, as filmmakers we're all just beginning to explore those challenges... Faris: "With that little screen, it's just a different set of limitations that we are used to--Challenging!" (laughs.)
Learning to Skateboard, by Jody Hill: "Making things for the small screen--well, I didn't really know how to do that so I just put everything in the middle, shot it pretty big and hoped it came out okay... I don't understand technology, but it's nice to be on the cutting edge of it."
La Revolucion de Iguodala, Justin Lin: "At first I thought, 'Oh, it's just two by two (Ed note: referring to most mobile's screen size) you can get away with anything, just shoot everything on DV [digital video] and make it look a certain way'" afterward.
Los Viajes de King Tiny, Maria Maggenti: "I found it absolutely thrilling...making a film just for the love of it. It's exciting to make a short film that was not about selling anything, except an idea. I was too shy to ask any of my actor friends to be in it..."
Reno, Cory Mcabee: "Restrictions were: couldn't be offensive to anybody...The things I started thinking about when trying to figure out what to do was think about things people are already used to seeing on a two-by-two screen like still photography--everybody has digital cameras. Loops, was another thing I was thinking about... Also, surveillance cameras is something seen on small screens. So I wanted to make a collage... used a good friend of mine to go back and eliminate all the details in the shots."
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