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Swinburne University of Technology John St, Hawthorn VIC 3122 Friday 16th November 4pm - 7pm

Swinburne University of Technology

John St, Hawthorn VIC 3122 Friday 16th November 4pm - 7pm

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8th International Mobile Innovation Screening

2018 was another breakthrough year for smartphone filmmaking. Steven Soderbergh took smartphone filmmaking to a reasonable box office success. While we will see more mobile, pocket and smartphones films being produced by Hollywood producers, directors and film crews, MINA shows the alternative space for smartphone filmmaking. As a festival we screen moving-image arts, documentary and smartphone videos. We use narrative to engage communities and drive social innovation. Creativity is the currency to continuously redefine smartphone filmmaking aesthetics and their focus on personal storytelling. We are happy for filmmakers to expand on formats, break the known rules and support creative experimentation.

Since 2011 the Mobile Innovation Network and Association celebrates mobile, pocket and smartphone filmmaking. The annual screening provides an overview of the trends and developments in the international smartphone filmmaking community. MINA’s screening focuses on experimental screen productions, moving-image arts and innovative approaches to smartphone filmmaking. In its 8th edition we present 14 smartphone and pocket films, 8 smartphone films in the New Voices category and a mobile cinematic VR showcase.

The work by the filmmakers in the New Voices category and the International Mobile Innovation Screening makes a bold statement showcasing experimental screen productions.

Max, Festival Director

experimental screen productions. Max, Festival Director The Mobile Innovation Network and Association is a

The Mobile Innovation Network and Association is a collective by smartphone filmmakers creating a community for smartphone filmmakers, creatives and makers. In 2018 we ran a Smartphone Filmmaking and Social Media Content Production as well as Cinematic VR and 360° video production workshops. We are also running specialised tutorials for community groups, organisations, NGOs and enterprise. Contact us via www.mina.pro to find out more about how smart storytelling can engage communities and spark creativity.

We would like to use this opportunity to thank our supporters and sponsors.

Filmic Pro | LumaTouch | Swinburne University of Technology Beastgrip | Adobe | Blackwing Filmconvert | iPtich | Social Innovation Research Institute VR Cinema | Vuze | Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

Special thanks to award winning smartphone filmmaker Adrian for fantastic program design, Krish Nand for the sound showreel edits, Martin Koszoljo for the new MINA music produced entirely on mobile devices. We would also acknowledge the smartphone films that were submitted but did not make it to the screening program. Fellow filmmakers we hope you continue to produce smartphone films and join the MINA community on Twitter @MINAmobile Facebook www.facebook.com/mobileinnovationnetwork or our Melbourne based Smartphone Filmmaking & Social Media Content Production meet-up.

16 international judges selected films from Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Russian Federation, UK, USA, which are curated by Max Schleser. Following the screening at the Australian Centre for the Moving-Image in 2017 we are excited to be at Swinburne University of Technology this year. Max Schleser from MINA recently wrote some articles and book chapters about MINA. These are available online and via libraries.

"MINA provides a great platform for discussion and allows diverse filmmakers from all around the world to grow creatively. MINA is one of the longest running smartphone film festivals in the world"

Adrian, Creative Producer

festivals in the world" Adrian, Creative Producer Schleser, M. (2018) ‘MINA – Mobile Innovation Network

Schleser, M. (2018) ‘MINA – Mobile Innovation Network Australasia’ MediaNZ Media Studies Journal of

Aotearoa New Zealand Digital Communities – Volume 16 Issue 1.

Schleser, M. (2018) “Smart Action and the Connected Self” in Bohr, M. and Sliwinska, B. The Evolution of

the Image: Political Action and the Digital Self. Routledge: London.

He also edited Mobile Story Making in an Age of Smartphones with Marsha Berry who presented at the Mobile Innovation and Mobile Creativity Symposia. We will announce our plans for 2019 and 2020 at the screening. MINA is an open space. If you are interested in smartphone filmmaking and mobile creativity join our celebration of mobile, pocket and smartphone filmmaking.

We hope you enjoy the program this year. Krish, Adrian and Max

MAX SCHLESER FESTIVAL DIRECTOR Senior Lecturer, Film and Television at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne,

MAX

SCHLESER

FESTIVAL

DIRECTOR

Senior Lecturer, Film and Television at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne,

Australia

Max Schleser is a filmmaker, who explores emerging media and smartphones for creative

transformation and media production. His portfolio (www.schleser.nz) includes various

abstract moving-image, experimental film and collaborative documentary projects, which

are screened at film festivals, galleries, museums and online, such as Videoscope, Pocket Film

Festival, HeART beat Festival, Museu da Imagem e do Som do Estado, South London Gallery,

East End Film Festival, Future Film and The Smalls, FLEFF Film Festival, New Zealand Film

Archive, Te Papa Tongarewa. Max worked on mobile media consultancy projects for Adobe,

Nokia, Open Lab and Frontier Strategy. Max co-found MINA, the Mobile Innovation Network

Australasia and curates the International Mobile Innovation Screening.

Max presents keynotes at festivals internationally exploring Mobile Media, Online Video, Digital Storytelling, Cross-Media Production and Creative Innovation. He frequently talks about the prospects and potential of smartphones for creative media production as well as community engagement. During the last years he was invited to present at Columbia 3.0 in Bogota (Columbia), the UGPFF (Unoffical Google Plus Film Festival), Adobe Eductaion Summit (Barcelona) and Mobil Film Festival San Diego (USA).

Max co-found MINA, the Mobile Innovation Network & Association, and curates the annual International Mobile Innovation Screening and produces the International Mobile Innovation DVD and eBook.

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adobe-emea-education-summit-2013/max-schleser-the-school-

of-design-massey-university-new-zeland/

In 2013 he received an International Visiting Scholarship award to Monmouth University, USA and was awarded both the University and College of Creative Arts Early-Career Research Awards at Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand.

Max is represented by The Next Speaker. For screening, workshops or presentation request

please contact Max via email: Max@mina.pro

screening, workshops or presentation request please contact Max via email: Max@mina.pro 4 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
SY LV IE PR A SA D FESTIVAL JUDGE Senior Lecturer, Media and Communications at

SY LV IE

PR

A

SA D

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Senior Lecturer, Media and Communications at the University of East London

Sylvie Prasad is a visual artist and a senior lecturer in Media and Communications at the University of East London. She has published work on lifestyle television and celebrity culture. Media and screen work have been exhibited widely and her short film May Days was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Pocket Cinema and Pick of the Week. Her forthcoming book Creative Mobile Media is to be published by World Scientific.

Mobile Media is to be published by World Scientific. ULRIKE ROSENFELD FESTIVAL JUDGE Cultural Programmes,

ULRIKE

ROSENFELD

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Cultural Programmes, Goethe-Institut New Zealand

Ulrike has a background in photography and also completed an M.A. in Film and Theatre Studies, Cultural Anthropology and Psychology in Frankfurt am Main (Germany), Aberystwyth (Wales, UK) and Prague (Czech Republic). She has worked as a camera assistant and editing intern for TV productions and has also had wide practical involvement in international film and arts festivals in both Europe and New Zealand.

Ulrike coordinates a wide range of film and arts programmes for the Goethe-Institut NZ. She also organises the annual German Film Festival in New Zealand that takes place in five cities around the country. In her spare time she offsets all this screen time with making pottery.

GERDHA CAMMAER FESTIVAL JUDGE Associate Professor at the School of Image Arts of Ryerson University

GERDHA

CAMMAER

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Associate Professor at the School of Image Arts of Ryerson University in Toronto

Dr. Gerda Cammaer is Associate Professor at the School of Image Arts where she teaches in the Film Program (BFA) and the Documentary Media Program (MFA). She is currently the program director of the Film Program. Both as scholar and as filmmaker she specializes in experimental and documentary film, microcinema and mobile filmmaking. She is the co-director of the Documentary Media Research Centre (DMRC) and co-founder and organizer of the Moving Image Arts international short film festival, both in the School of Image Arts.

short film festival, both in the School of Image Arts. SMILJANA FESTIVAL GLISOVIC JUDGE Creative Writing

SMILJANA

FESTIVAL

GLISOVIC

JUDGE

Creative Writing and Media, RMIT University in the School of Media and Communication

Smiljana Glisovic’s research is located in the field of documentary and poetic forms of audiovisual practice. Her research interrogates how moving image and sound can act as conduits toward affective and transformative experiences; how this practice can be used as a methodology toward an ‘other’ kind of ‘knowledge’ of environments; and how this form can facilitate unique expressions of experience of place. She has worked across various mediums and forms, as an artist, actor, writer and filmmaker. She works at RMIT University in the School of Media and Communication where she teaches in Creative Writing and Media.

KERREEN ELY-HARPER FESTIVAL JUDGE Screenwriting, creative media theory and production at Curtin University As a

KERREEN

ELY-HARPER

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Screenwriting, creative media theory and production at Curtin University

As a writer and director Kerreen has created quality screen content with a focus on devising new works, cross-art form practice, social justice and adaptation for national and international clients across a range of genres and formats.

Her independent film projects include short fiction, documentary, advocacy, education and training corporate videos, machinima animation, experimental and dance films which have all screened in film festivals, on television, online, in galleries and exhibitions. She created and developed a 3D virtual world in Second Life, entitled Foul Whisperings, Strange Matters (2008-2010) based on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Her latest documentary Girls Can Do Anything featured in the Contesting Spaces 1: Women In Sport exhibition, John Curtin Gallery, Perth

(2018).

She is a recipient of three ATOM (Australian Teachers Of Media) awards and nominations: In Her Own Words, Best Education Resource winner (1997); Even Girls Play Footy, Best Secondary Education Resource nomination (2012); Parts of a Horse, Best Short Film nomination (2003).

A graduate of the Film and Television School and Performing Arts School at the Victorian College of Arts, Kerreen has an extensive background in theatre and screen performance, community and arts education. She worked as a teaching artist for Bell Shakespeare and was the Sydney Theatre Company’s online education writer (2010-2013).

She is currently a lecturer at Curtin University, where she teaches screenwriting, creative media theory and production. Her research practice is in staging and performing personal stories, life story and memory narratives on film; social storytelling; mobile and micro screen

narratives and production.

mobile and micro screen narratives and production. VA NNESSA VOX FESTIVAL JUDGE Filmmaker and Artist Vanessa

VA NNESSA

VOX

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Filmmaker and Artist

Vanessa Vox, born in Paris, studied Art History in Aix-en-Provence and worked as a dancer and

choreographer in France, Germany and Switzerland. 2003 she began to explore the world of

digital art and video editing in collaboration with a swiss musician and artist. 2013 she moved

back to France, where she started to work on photos and videos exclusively with mobile apps.

Vanessa was thrilled by the ability to intuitively transform the spontaneous shots and video

sequences taken by her iPhone to an iconographic or dreamlike level. She started a mobile

video series on January 2014. The results are short experimental movies (art films) combined

with her own mobile music or the music of Orlando Bay.

2015 Vanessa was also co-editor of the Mobile Movie Column of theappwhisperer.

Some of her short videos have been screened in Italy (L’Arte è Mobile, 2014), Australia/New

Zealand (#MINA2015 & 2017), Germany (Blaue Stunde VII/VIII, 2016 & 2018), USA (FVAF2 2016

& LACE gallery LA, 2016 / #HeForShe LA, 2016 / mDAC2016, Palo Alto / North Portland, 2016 /

MFF2017, San Diego/ FVAF3, LA, 2017).

PATRICK FESTIVAL KELLY JUDGE Lecturer, School of Media and Communication AT RMIT, Melbourne, Australia His

PATRICK

FESTIVAL

KELLY

JUDGE

Lecturer, School of Media and Communication AT RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

His storytelling practices explore notions of identity, belonging and knowing, and engage with

digital media and networked technologies, ranging from traditional forms of film production

to mobile application development processes that involve GPS and Bluetooth technologies.

His teaching and research focuses on media production in the areas of documentary, social

media, mobile media, interactivity, career development, and creative practice research.

He enjoys developing mutually beneficial, collaborative projects with individuals and

organisations, such as the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission and

Winda Mara Aboriginal Corporation, that have a positive impact on the community. He is a

former director of Critical Animals Creative Research Symposium. He has worked as a digital

producer within the film, television, online media, and festival sectors for more than a decade.

online media, and festival sectors for more than a decade. BERNHARD GROSS FESTIVAL JUDGE Associate Professor

BERNHARD

GROSS

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Associate Professor in the School of Film and Journalism at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

In his reseach, Bernhard explores the impact of mobile technology on journalism—new ways

in which it is produced as well as consumed (or interacted with)–with a particular focus on the

representation of migration in this, the mobile context.

Graduated in media science, psychology and new German literature. Christian Kahnt worked

for the Goethe-Institut in Germany, Lebanon and Ivory Coast. Since 2016 he lives in Wellington

and runs the Goethe-Institut New Zealand.

CHRISTIAN KAHNT FESTIVAL JUDGE Director of the Goethe-Institut New Zealand Graduated in media science, psychology

CHRISTIAN

KAHNT

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Director of the Goethe-Institut New Zealand

Graduated in media science, psychology and new German literature. Christian Kahnt worked for the Goethe-Institut in Germany, Lebanon and Ivory Coast. Since 2016 he lives in Wellington and runs the Goethe-Institut New Zealand.

DANIEL

Wellington and runs the Goethe-Institut New Zealand. DANIEL CERMAK-SASSENRATH FESTIVAL JUDGE Associate Professor at the

CERMAK-SASSENRATH

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Associate Professor at the ITU, Copenhagen

Daniel Cermak-Sassenrath is Associate Professor at the ITU, Copenhagen, and member of the Center for Computer Games Research (game.itu.dk) and the Pervasive Interaction Technology Lab (PitLab, pitlab.itu.dk). Daniel writes, composes, codes, builds, performs and plays. He is interested in artistic, analytic, explorative, critical and subversive approaches to and practices of play. Discourses he is specifically interested in, are play and materiality, play and learning, and critical play. He runs the University’s monthly workshop series which is about electronics, mechanics, alchemy, interface devices and dangerous things. In his own practice, he makes interactive works which are shown at art exhibitions, academic conferences and popular events. Daniel is author of a monograph about play as a perspective in everyday computer use (transcript, 2010), and editor of a volume on the playful disruption of digital media (Springer, 2018).

MARCELO FESTIVAL GODOY JUDGE Executive producer, entrepreneur, curator and screenwriter In the last 30 years,

MARCELO

FESTIVAL

GODOY

JUDGE

Executive producer, entrepreneur, curator and screenwriter

In the last 30 years, Marcelo has been working on advertising, journalism, television programming, Internet & mobile in Brazil and abroad.

programming, Internet & mobile in Brazil and abroad. MATT CLASENER FESTIVAL JUDGE Animation and Video teacher

MATT

CLASENER

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Animation and Video teacher at the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam

Matt is a passionated Animation and Video teacher at the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam (www.

glr.nl), Adobe Education Leader and freelance trainer under the name of Cutaway.nl. The GLR is

a vocational career school in media and design in both K-12 and Higher Ed. Matt’s students are

in the age of 16-20 years old. He is in teaching for more than sixteen years. Matt has organized

a world wide video competition with the name “Global Video Battle” for five years in a row and made connections with his students and students from literally all over the world.

His favourite subjects to teach are the software tools which can make things move. From the Adobe tools he’s most fond of Animate, Premiere Pro and After Effects and he like to combine those with Photoshop, Illustrator and Cinema4D. His motto is “never stop learning” which is essential in the always changing landscape of media and design.

FELIPE CARDONA FESTIVAL JUDGE Filmmaker and Lecturer Mobile filmmaking pioneer, winner of short film festivals

FELIPE

CARDONA

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Filmmaker and Lecturer

Mobile filmmaking pioneer, winner of short film festivals worldwide including Interfilm Berlin 2004-Micromovie Award (Berlin, Germany), Mobifest (Toronto, Canada, 2008), Nontzefilm (Bilbao, Spain 2006) Función Video (Barcelona, Spain 2007), Filmmaka (Los Angeles, USA 2007), among others. Lecturer-researcher in Autonoma University, Universidad del Valle, Santiago de Cali University, Xaveriana University, and Externado University. Convergent media production, cloud and mobile tools for social networking, EXTERNADOTV and EXTERNADORADIO . Guest speaker in Cátedra UNESCO (Unesco Lecture) (Pontifical Xaveriana University, Bogotá 2014), FELAFACS 2012, Lima University (Lima, Peru and MINA 2012 Symposium in Massey University and AUT, Wellington and Auckand, New Zealand. Social Communicator Journalism BA in Autonoma University (Cali, Colombia), MA in Information and Knowledge Society at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain), course in screenwriting in EICTV San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba), and Robert McKee’s Story seminar (Bogota), Diploma in Audiovisual Business Management at Externado University (Bogota). Winner of the Colombian Culture Ministry film calls (Bogotá, 1998) in feature film for television, Automatic fund winner to attend the Buenos Aires Talent Campus (BSAS, Argentina 2005).

the Buenos Aires Talent Campus (BSAS, Argentina 2005). GA BY DAV ID FESTIVAL JUDGE Artist, visual

GA BY

DAV ID

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Artist, visual sociologist, researcher, and art teacher.

Gaby David is an artist, visual sociologist, researcher, and art teacher. She holds a Ph.D. from the École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), in Paris, from the Centre of history and theory of arts. Specialized in mobile media and visual cultural studies, she also holds a Masters in Fine Arts and a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language Diploma.

Currently she is a Research Fellow at the Institut de Recherche sur le Cinéma et l’Audiovisuel (IRCAV), at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, an Art Professor at the Higher School of Arts Nord-Pas de Calais Dunkirk-Tourcoing and a Lecturer for the Masters program at the Université Paris-Est, Cité Descartes, École des Ponts et Chaussées, ParisTech.

GAV IN W ILSON FESTIVAL JUDGE Filmmaker and Assistant Professor, Gulf University During the majority

GAV IN

W ILSON

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Filmmaker and Assistant Professor, Gulf University

During the majority of my early career I worked as a freelance cameraman on film and television dramas, commercials and music videos, and I continue to write narrative screenplays. Prior to August 2009, I was formerly a Sector Manager for Screen Yorkshire, the screen agency for Yorkshire and the Humber region of the United Kingdom. Additionally, I have taught media and visual communications studies at a number of UK education institutions.

My recent doctoral research adopts a film-philosophical position to investigate filmmaking using mobile phones, and its participatory, discourse experience in international film festivals as sites of contemporary media production.

film festivals as sites of contemporary media production. JOÃO KREFER FESTIVAL JUDGE Filmmaker / director João

JOÃO

KREFER

FESTIVAL

JUDGE

Filmmaker / director

João Krefer (1987) lives in São Paulo, Brazil. In the last decade he directed several experimental short films exhibited in more than 20 countries, receiving prizes at the Hong Kong International Mobile Film Awards, the Naoussa International Film Festival (Greece) and the Vivo ARTE.MOV Festival (Brazil). He curated the “Multiolhares” experimental film/ video section at the Olhar de Cinema - Curitiba Int’l Film Festival in 2012-2014 and was a jury member of the Curta Cinema - Rio de Janeiro Int’l Short Film Festival in 2015.

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A Guide to Breathing Underwater La Vie en Rose

SCREENING A Guide to Breathing Underwater La Vie en Rose Ratings: MA 15+ Restricted to persons
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Restricted to persons aged 15 and over unless accompanied by an adult.

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DIE WEIRD

A little life Cymatic Landscape Aesthetics if for Loosers kill the director Ice Cream Arrowhead Caméra-Stylo, Kino-Eye

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8th International Mobile Innovation Screening A GUIDE TO BREATHING UNDERWATER Created by: Raven Jackson Country: USA

A GUIDE TO BREATHING UNDERWATER

Created by: Raven Jackson

Country: USA

Device: iPhone 7

A Guide to Breathing Underwater follows a person’s quest to find solace in his body. Using dance and gesture, shadow and light, we see him traverse through New York City, looking for his Utopia. When he finds an open space overflowing with air and water: an exhale. Finally, he can be still.

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Finally, he can be still. 15 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 LA VIE EN ROSE Created by:

LA VIE EN ROSE

Created by: Vladimir Krotov

Country: Russia

Device: Sony Experia s

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SEE

MORE

Created by: Nicholas Hansen

Country: Australia

Device: Samsung Galaxy S5

…See more is a visual essay about the act of seeing, from and through spaces which are initially foreign and unknown, but which through types of seeing become more known. These scenes were made in 2015 on my first trip to Sulawesi in the north of Indonesia. This media invites viewers to consider how mobile devices help or hinder the media producer seeing the details of what is in front of them, especially when in a foreign land. What is being overlooked as our gaze reflects our framing preferences? An investigation into how devices such as camera phone recording devices are already augmenting our experience of place and culture. How the operating system and affordances of software are both a comfort and possible block to that event unfolding in front of our eyes. How in all this seeing is our attention pulled back to the waste and our own impact on the environment? How do assumptions mask, shape and frame even when what is right in front of us tells a different story. …See more explores the manner in which video production affords us the opportunity to adjust speeds and slow various acts of seeing including the manner in which gazes are returned through mobile phones. The project explores how we can come to see things a certain way.

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ICE SWIMMING

LIVING IN A DAILY FLOW OF NEWS

INVENTORY OF TIME

Created by: Robb Montgomery

Created by: Vanessa Vox Country: France Device: iPhone SE / iPad 4

Created by: Khalil Charif

Country: Germany

Country: Brazil

Device: iPhone 6S+ / Osmo mobile / GoPro

Device: iPhone 6

What is it like to go for a swim in the Baltic Sea in Helsinki in February? Filmed over four days in the harbor of Helsinki, Finland. this film takes you for a swim at -16C in unfiltered sea water and also the 27Ç warm pool. Through this charac- ter portrait you will feel as if you had actually climbed into the frozen sea yourself.

‘Living in the Daily Flow of News’ (2’09, July 2017) is a short

In a New York City subway journey, a sequence plan examines a social aspect, searching for a reflection about our new era of profound human and technological changes – and its challenges.

experimental film entirely created on mobile devices. This film can be interpreted as a response to our ‘brave new world’ which

is

flooded with loads of information. Staring at our smartphones,

pads, laptops, TVs or newspapers, we are constantly caught, attracted, distracted, affected, engaged, astonished, amused or frightened by worldwide updated news. And although all of these informations pretend to be important, the emotional and psychological patterns behind the scene stay the same. Actually it is a boring repetition, like a lo`op of hollow phrases.

 
 

The film is layouted with retro design elements which evokes the impression of a déja-vu leading back to the days when the ‘news- production-machine’ began to tick and the onlooker became

a

pale zombie spellbound by the lunatic dance of information.

The film was entirely shot and edited on an iPhone SE & an iPad

4,

using diverse apps: Luma Fusion,TouchViz, Musemage, Fused,

Legend, Mega Photo or Bent. The music was created on the app Garage Band with the help of an UR22mkII interface (Steinberg) which has allowed me to record my guitar direct to the iPad 4.

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8th International Mobile Innovation Screening WHITE POINT Created by: Annette Philo Country: United Kingdom Device: iPhone

WHITE POINT

Created by: Annette Philo

Country: United Kingdom

Device: iPhone 6s Plus

My film explores the crossover between the technical process of recording image and sound and the expressive gestures which emerge, when both are combined with the spoken word.

While filming in Hermitage Castle in the Scottish Borders, the white point was set on my iPhone camera and the exposure dialled in and out, using the touch screen. The Scottish writer Dorothy Alexander, gave her response to this material, in her native Scots tongue. The subsequent recording of her performance inhabits the film produced. The presentation of the original text in Scots and it’s translation into English, is to enable the audience to follow the correspondences of the original Germanic language of Scots, with the English language.

The experience of catching words and phrases through their performance, marks the subtleties of expression, their similarity and sometimes the strangeness of unfamiliar forms of speech. When filming with a digital camera, the white point, is the digital reference to the available light

white point, is the digital reference to the available light SUM (HEART) Created by: Jaene F

SUM (HEART)

Created by: Jaene F Castrillon

Country: Canada

Device: iPhone 5s

Based on ideas of Zen Buddhism and rooted in the 7 Grandfather teachings, Sum (Heart) is a rumination on death, grief and letting go. Starting out as a visual mourning song to Wendy Babcock, Mr Toqui Wong and Jack, empty landscapes represent the yearning for the company of dead friends. Water becomes a metaphor for grief and mourning, the ebbs and flows of nature reminds us of the cycle of life which transforms into a stark ode to a new day and new beginnings. I put all my sadness, prayers and hope into this trilogy while still aching for their presence. Looking at the sky, the water and the land, the film wonders if maybe they are still with me.

While Jaene’s work spans analogue and digital. She has a dedicated practice of using accessible media that compliments her advocacy work around poverty and trauma. Sum (Heart) was made with Jaene’s iphone 5S for both audio and visual collection. She hopes to show the power of capturing a moment even with only a mobile phone.

power of capturing a moment even with only a mobile phone. SHE ROSE Created by: Malwina

SHE ROSE

Created by: Malwina Wodzicka

Country: Australia

Device: iPhone SE

A story of a little girl who inspired by indigenous Australian boxer - Lionel Rose - become a boxing champion herself. But first she has to conquer an unlikely opponent.

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8th International Mobile Innovation Screening THE CIRCLE GAME Created by: Angela Blake Country: Australia Device: iPhone

THE CIRCLE GAME

Created by: Angela Blake

Country: Australia

Device: iPhone 6

Domestic violence is a vicious circle that the victim does’t know they are trapped in, often until they can’t get out. 1 in 3 women around the world is a victim of violence, and this violence knows no social boundaries affecting women from all cultures, countries and socio-economic backgrounds.

from all cultures, countries and socio-economic backgrounds. WHAT’S WITH THE NAILS? Created by: Patrick Kelly Country:

WHAT’S WITH THE NAILS?

Created by: Patrick Kelly

Country: Australia

Device: Google Pixel 2

‘What’s with the Nails?’ is a personal, reflective essay film about queerness, normality, slowness, and painting fingernails.

Mobile devices are ideal for personal, reflective storytelling and filmmaking. The accessibility of these technologies means that they are more often than not easily within reach, and can be utilised at a moment’s notice. Unusual camera angles and perspectives, while often not in keeping with cinematographic traditions, are prevalent in handheld mobile filmmaking and while they make for imperfect films, they are also consistent with the personal nature of the films. Devoid of a crew or additional technologies, these films are proudly made by individuals and often embrace notions to do with slowness and the flexibility and subtlety of the Camera-Stylo. Ubiquitous mobile devices are also ideal for personal storytelling by those who belong to cultural minorities, as they sit at the nexus of accessibility, ubiquity, and individuality. Mobile devices are uniquely able to be used to tell queer stories by a sole author.

The embrace of unusual camera angles, perspectives and imperfections are a rebuke of cinematic traditions, a celebration of the art of queer failure, and a potential framework for a queer conceptual framework for creative practice research methodologies. In making explicit the exploration of embracing behaviors and identities that are not considered ‘normal’, this film acknowledges the power of personal and reflective storytelling to share queer perspectives on screen.

storytelling to share queer perspectives on screen. BREATHING STILL Created by: Jill Daniels Country: United

BREATHING STILL

Created by: Jill Daniels

Country: United Kingdom

Device: Canon G9X pocket camera

Part agit-prop, part essay film, Breathing Still creates a compelling portrait of Berlin as the right-wing nationalist party the AfD wins members in Parliament for the first time. Weaving together voice-over, stills, archive and found footage, Daniels’ flaneuse, a follower of the Polish revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg, who was assassinated by fascists nearly a century ago, explores Berlin’s streets, and memorials to Luxemburg and the Jews who once lived there.

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening

KUUJJUAQ   #SELFIESUIT_DEPARTURE_V2   Created by: Wapikoni Mobile   Created by: Paul Tylor
KUUJJUAQ   #SELFIESUIT_DEPARTURE_V2   Created by: Wapikoni Mobile   Created by: Paul Tylor

KUUJJUAQ

 

#SELFIESUIT_DEPARTURE_V2

 

Created by: Wapikoni Mobile

 

Created by: Paul Tylor

 

Country: Canada

Country: United States

Device: unknown

Device: GoPro

 

A video essay about the perspective of a teenager on his hometown.

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NEW VOICES

for the #selfiesuit   project. NEW VOICES DIE WEIRD Created by: Daniel Longo Country: Australia

DIE WEIRD

Created by: Daniel Longo Country: Australia

Device: iPhone 7

DIE WEIRD is a search for clarity in a beautiful landscape whilst experiencing displacement. A pure form of beauty is symbolised through flowers and it’s textures. The eyes are symbolised through the distorted lens of the camera.

With the feeling of being deranged and consumed by the feeling of displacement, I search for clarity as I’m confronted by death. I try to find something beautiful within the landscape of flowers; An ambiguous look into death and beauty.

‘Displacement is a feeling of disruption in the continuity of place resulting in experiencing movement within and physically’, (Melinda J. Milligan, 2003). The feeling of displacement due to death makes me search for something; clarity. I interact with the textures of flowers (beauty), distorting the lens (eyes, vision) and layering images on top. I find a blanket with patterns of flowers that I layer on top of images of real flowers relating both the real and fake. My displacement becomes worse as I search for clarity.

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening

NEW VOICES

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening NEW VOICES A LITTLE LIFE Created by: Chloe Samillano NEW VOICES

A LITTLE LIFE

Created by: Chloe Samillano

NEW VOICES

VOICES A LITTLE LIFE Created by: Chloe Samillano NEW VOICES CYMATIC LANDSCAPE Created by: Oliver Manton

CYMATIC LANDSCAPE

Created by: Oliver Manton

Country: Australia

Country: Australia

Device: iPhone X

Device: iPhone X

What are the things in our lives that make us who we are?

Captured through a visual diary, the film is an exploration of the changes and moments that occur in one’s life. In nature, metamorphosis is the journey of an organism’s change from one form to the next. The film takes us through that journey as it captures the growth that we, as humans, experience as we come of age and travel through the path of life. Because this path consists of a multitude of ups and downs that in turn molds us, the film aims to capture what it is that allows us to change in form as we move from one stage to the next.

The film is comprised of montage techniques, such as metric and tonal, that create the sense of collected memories, while experimentation with speed/duration come to illustrate how certain memories felt like. Moreover, the use of fragmented audio recordings demonstrate how sound (or the lack thereof) plays a role in generating the film’s theme of transformation over time.

Much like Jonas Mekas’ diary films, the film creates a portrait of a life by capturing moments of memory, which evidently illustrate how the details make up the person. These details are shown through visuals that symbolize the emotions we feel as we grow onto ourselves – numbness, excitement, anger, sadness, serenity.

It is all in the whirlwind of our little life.

20 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

When various liquids and materials are placed above a speaker and a resonating frequency is amplified, the substance comes ‘alive’ creating interesting and unpredictable waves and patterns. The sounds and frequencies produced by digital synthesizers as well as natural analog sounds modulates pitch and tone to stimulate different characters within the viscous liquid.

The concept of the film is to explore the synthesis of two separate senses, sight and sound and to capture a tangible and abstract film. I have always been fascinated by the way sound works and how the mind can imagine a visual response to an auditory stimulus.

The experimental short is a product of experimenting with visualizing sound, specifically music and how the sonic power of audio can be captured through a visual medium, film.

Through experimenting with this process and various different lighting setups, striking and mesmerizing results occurred. An iPhone X which is splash proof, extremely maneuverable and can shoot at 4K resolution makes for a very powerful tool to capture and document this concept. The experiments resulted in impressive imagery with extreme close-ups and foreign visuals making scale and space difficult to grasp for the viewer. Lighting is a very important tool to convey the texture and form of the shapes created by the materials. The materials used includes, milk, water, dish soap, oil, acrylic and water based paints as well as food dye. The rhythmic editing of the piece follows the movement and shapes of this fascinating matter.

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening

NEW VOICES

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening NEW VOICES AESTHETIC IS FOR LOSERS Created by: Rachel Chen Country:

AESTHETIC IS FOR LOSERS

Created by: Rachel Chen

Country: Australia

Device: Samsung Galaxy S5

In a society where the influence of social media is at its most potent, an exuberant girl wanders the neon-lit streets of Melbourne in search of the perfect Instagram shot. But has this obsession trapped her in a nightmare of deceivingly ‘perfect’ images?

NEW VOICES

a nightmare of deceivingly ‘perfect’ images? NEW VOICES KILL THE DIRECTOR Created by: Jack Fingland Country:

KILL THE DIRECTOR

Created by: Jack Fingland

Country: Australia

Device: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and S7

'kill the director' is an experimental psychological horror of a man haunted by his mental health – his director. Appearing at first as a placid object in his dreamscape, the director grows increasingly violent, following the man through his childhood street, torturing his mind and tormenting his dreams.

NEW VOICES

torturing his mind and tormenting his dreams. NEW VOICES ICE CREAM Created by: Mitchell Barkman Country:

ICE CREAM

Created by: Mitchell Barkman

Country: Australia

Device: Smartphone (Android)

An exploration of the wonderful textures of ‘Ice Cream’ - a visual delight.

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening

NEW VOICES

8th International Mobile Innovation Screening NEW VOICES ARROWHEAD Created by: Alexander Hodge NEW VOICES CAMÉRA-STYLO,

ARROWHEAD

Created by: Alexander Hodge

NEW VOICES

NEW VOICES ARROWHEAD Created by: Alexander Hodge NEW VOICES CAMÉRA-STYLO, KINO-EYE Created by: Cameron Miller Country:

CAMÉRA-STYLO, KINO-EYE

Created by: Cameron Miller

Country: Australia

Country: Australia

Device: Google Pixel

Device: iPhone 7

The room is dark and unclear when you first notice yourself in it. It resembles an auditorium, however the details of the room appear more questionable the closer you examine them. There is a large screen in the front, guarded by two figures who vaguely resemble a human form holding spears. The content on the screen is familiar. In fact it is the only aspect of this world that is familiar, and this juxtaposition is frightening. They are showing videos of everyday activities. It seems so out of place. You now start to realise that you are out of place in the crowd as well. You are surrounded by individuals of the same features as the people beside the screen; all with the same triangular shaped head. The lack of expression that can be gathered from their featureless faces is another source of fear. When you glance back at the screen, shock fills your entire being. The contents of the screen has changed to a live feed of you sitting inside the auditorium. You cannot pinpoint the exact source of this dread, however this whole situation feels very very wrong. You start to feel dizzy and disoriented by the overstimulation of emotions. You run with all of the power in your body away from the source of this pain, but as you do, you feel stuck. Your mind and body are in a state of conflict as your physical being discontinues to behave in the way you rely on. You continue to drift deeper in to a state between the physical and the ethereal, until the world as you know it ceases to exist.

Two filmmakers - one carrying an eye, the other a pen - meet and explore their surroundings through their individual cinematic approaches.

Two different filmmakers, who subscribe to two different cinematic theories, coexist in a public square. Firstly, the camera as the Kino-Eye, as defined by Dziga Vertov, sees the world and observes the potential for filmmaking as a means of reflecting the truth of their surroundings. The eye observes this reality - first the buildings, then the stark contrast between the natural and the synthetic, and the rush of traffic - then uses abstract editing techniques to fully express the bustle of this location. The process of looking upon this public square through the Kino-eye reveals the thriving nature of the space, and an understanding of suburban life.

Next, the filmmaker inspired by Alexandre Astruc’s proposition of the camera-pen uses the camera to express any thought, utilising the freedom and wide potential of cinematic language to address any concern that possesses them, fictional or non-fictional. To observe this space through the camera-pen reveals a similar perspective to that of the Kino-eye - but this one now branches out into visual fantasias, surrealism and lurid colours. The pen captures truth through creating it rather than reflecting it, embellishing the images seen by the eye with illusory, equally vivid perceptions.

The two filmmakers coexist in this space, observing the same environment through their distinct lenses, drawing different artistic conclusions that nevertheless complement one another.

MOBILE CINEMATIC VR & 360°VIDEO PRODUCTION THE FUTURE IS NOW 23 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

MOBILE CINEMATIC

VR & 360°VIDEO PRODUCTION

THE FUTURE IS NOW

MOBILE CINEMATIC VR & 360°VIDEO PRODUCTION THE FUTURE IS NOW 23 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

23 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

MOBILE CINEMATIC VR & 360°VIDEO PRODUCTION THE FUTURE IS NOW 23 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
MOBILE CINEMATIC VR & 360°VIDEO PRODUCTION THE FUTURE IS NOW 23 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
MOBILE CINEMATIC VR & 360°VIDEO PRODUCTION THE FUTURE IS NOW 23 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

Mobile Cinematic VR & 360° Video Production:

The Future is Now

Cinematic VR & 360° Video Production: The Future is Now BEFORE I SLEEP Created by: Dawn

BEFORE I SLEEP

Created by: Dawn Chan

Country: USA

Enter my head and watch me argue with myself in the bathroom before I sleep.

watch me argue with myself in the bathroom before I sleep. PSD Created by: Miriam Ross

PSD

Created by: Miriam Ross

Country: New Zealand

PND is a 360-degree live action artist’s exploration of what our bodies in space feel like. What happens when we change scale and proportion and how do we come into contact with other bodies, both human and animal? Contemporary Virtual Reality production often relies on increasing visual fidelity in order to enhance creation of deep-space 360-degree worlds. This film considers what happens when visual fidelity is foregone in favour of the production of a haptic, tactile visuality that draws attention to the material qualities of the 360-degree visual sphere and the performances that are a part of it. PND advocates for low-fi visual artefacts such as digital noise, over and under exposure, and glitch movement to provide a productive way to create new, embodied, relationships between performer and viewer in VR’s 360- degree space. At its heart is an autobiographical exploration of antenatal experience which is taken as an alienating period where the pregnant body is measured and constrained in ways that seem at odds with the public emphasis on both the “naturalness” of the event and “pregnancy glam.” However, it is not a documentary of how pregnancy should be perceived but rather a phenomenological inquiry into this experience that will resonate with some viewers and open up different perspectives in others.

Mobile Cinematic VR & 360° Video Production:

The Future is Now

Cinematic VR & 360° Video Production: The Future is Now A LITTLE NEGRO BOY’S PRAYER Created

A LITTLE NEGRO BOY’S PRAYER

Created by: Eric Adelheim

Now A LITTLE NEGRO BOY’S PRAYER Created by: Eric Adelheim INTERWOVEN: VEGANISM, ETHICS, ECONOMICS Created by:

INTERWOVEN: VEGANISM, ETHICS, ECONOMICS

Created by: Raul Ramirez

Country: Guadeloupe

Country: Canada

Device: Unknown

Device: Unknown

Guy Tirolien’s poem evocation: “A Little Negro Boy’s Prayer”. Crossing Guadeloupe countrysides following the narrator

Professor Michaela Lucas and Dr. Raul Ramirez discuss the connections between veganism and the major aspects of everyday life.

MINA

SHOW & TELL

MAX SCHLESER MODERATOR Over the last decade smartphone filmmaking evolved from an underground and art

MAX

SCHLESER

MODERATOR

Over the last decade smartphone filmmaking evolved from an underground and art house into an egalitarian filmmaking and moving-image practice. In an international context mobile, smartphone and pocket films can provide access to filmmaking tools and technologies for a new generation of filmmakers. Max will review the developments and directions in mobile, smartphone and pocket filmmaking through the International Mobile Innovation Screening.

through the International Mobile Innovation Screening. SMARTPHONE FILMS AND BEYOND [5.00-6.00] Angela Blake
through the International Mobile Innovation Screening. SMARTPHONE FILMS AND BEYOND [5.00-6.00] Angela Blake

SMARTPHONE

FILMS

AND

BEYOND

[5.00-6.00]

Angela Blake

SF3 Festival Director

Malwina Wodzicka

Filmmaker

Hilary Davis

Social Innovation Research Institute

Rachel Chen

Emerging Filmmaker

Martin Koszolko

Mobile Music

Nicholas Hansen

Filmmaker

Mikee

VR Cinema

Patrick Kelly

Filmmaker & MINA committee

Eamon Wyss

Hoopy

Adrian Jeffs

Filmmaker & MINA committee

Ajax McKerral

Hoopy

Chloe Samillano

Emerging Filmmaker

Smartphone Films And Beyond

Smartphone Films And Beyond ANGELA BLAKE PANELIST - DIGITAL STORYTELLER Angela is a Sydney girl who

ANGELA

BLAKE

PANELIST - DIGITAL STORYTELLER

Angela is a Sydney girl who grew up dancing, singing and acting from the age of four. The last few years have seen her working as an actor primarliy in television and she has just finished shooting Season 6 of Channel 7 and Foxtel’s, A Place To Call Home which airs from mid-August. Prior TV credits include Love Child Season 1, Top of the Lake Season 2 and Deadly Women Season’s 9 & 10.

She has worked as a performer on stages all over the world for companies including Princess Cruise Lines, M.E.I., The Entertainment Store and many others. She lived in LA from 2010-2012, graduating from The New York Film Academy’s Acting for Screen Program. She then went on to shoot countless shorts and web-series, many touring the festival circuit. She has also worked extensively in theatre and her credits include: The Silence Came, Love Game, Surprises, The Odyssey, The Crucible, The Silence Came, Popesical-The Musical and the Off-Broadway Production of Sex, Relationships and Sometimes Love in NY.

As a director, Angela’s first play was Eating Out, which she also co-wrote and produced in LA. Since then she has won the Wildcards and Audience Favourite Award for the short play Weeing on a Stick at the 2012 Short and Sweet Festival. She worked with writer, Adele Shelley to turn this into a film. In 2015 she directed her very first Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, for Sydney Classic Theatre Company and she was also Assistant Director for immersive theatre company, Mongrel Mouth’s The Age of Entitlement and co-wrote and acted in Like Me, which played in The Rocks mid 2015. As an actor she has also shot ads for Elgas, Keystart, Queensland Bananas and Verizon Wireless.

Check out www.angelablake.com

Bananas and Verizon Wireless. Check out www.angelablake.com HIL A RY DAV IS PANELIST - DIGITAL STORYTELLER

HIL A RY

DAV IS

PANELIST - DIGITAL STORYTELLER

Dr Hilary Davis is a social science researcher, with extensive experience working with seniors to address issues of inclusion, participation and digital literacies. Her current research focuses on digital participation for diverse and marginalised communities; including socially isolated youth and elders, people living with chronic illness or disability, and those housebound or disadvantaged due to place. She is particularly concerned with how disadvantaged community members might leverage digital storytelling to engage, support and inform local community service provision. Dr. Davis has published over 50 peer-reviewed research publications, and holds a number of competitive grants.

Working with Telstra and the Social Innovation Research Centre at Swinburne University of Technology the 60+ online program uses co-design methods to develop and evaluate a model for connecting seniors through digital stories and social media engagement with local community news and events.

Smartphone Films And Beyond

Smartphone Films And Beyond MARTIN KOSZOLKO MOBILE MUSIC Dr Martin K. Koszolko is a Polish-born, Melbourne

MARTIN

KOSZOLKO

MOBILE MUSIC

Dr Martin K. Koszolko is a Polish-born, Melbourne based sound producer and academic known for his creative work under the KOshowKO, Philosophy Of Sound and Iubar Project monikers.

Martin has extensive experience as a composer, music and video producer and performing musician and is the vice-president of Clan Analogue Recordings, the record label arm of Australia’s longest running electronic music collective. He has produced and contributed to over 30 releases on a number of labels, including Discotexas, Emerald & Doreen and Clan Analogue. His music performances utilise mobile and interactive technologies and have been seen by international audiences.

Martin’s academic research explores various aspects of computer sound production, including mobile music making and interactivity in electronic music performance. His practice-led PhD project investigated the impact of remote music collaboration software on music production. He has been teaching sound production and other music industry-related disciplines at Melbourne Polytechnic and RMIT University.

Blog: www.philosophyofsound.info/blog/

and RMIT University. Blog: www.philosophyofsound.info/blog/ MIKEE VR CINEMA The Virtual Reality Cinema. Is a creative

MIKEE

VR CINEMA

The Virtual Reality Cinema.

Is a creative project aimed at showcasing the new wave of virtual reality works. Pushing the boundries of the medium and assisting experienced content creators to create VR works. By having a VR cinema space to screen, network and showcase folm makers works.

Info@virtualrealitycinema.com.au

Smartphone Films And Beyond

Smartphone Films And Beyond EAMON HOOPY WYSS AJAX MCKERRAL HOOPY Eamon Wyss and Ajax McKerral are

EAMON

HOOPY

WYSS

Smartphone Films And Beyond EAMON HOOPY WYSS AJAX MCKERRAL HOOPY Eamon Wyss and Ajax McKerral are

AJAX

MCKERRAL

HOOPY

Eamon Wyss and Ajax McKerral are the cofounders of the new Hoopy App. Eamon has 12 years practicing people-centred Interaction Design - starting with designing & building real-world art communities, then progressing to web-based user-experience (UX) design. He also advises filmmakers with online audience building, makes experimental short film, and works in the local short film industry as an AD and an Associate Producer.

Ajax has over 20 years in full-stack Web and App development, running his own IT company for 10 Years. Back in 2004, he setup the London Symphony Orchestra’s digital education program, and he was once the drummer in a successful local Melbourne Band ‘Three’. He also holds a 4th degree black belt in Aikido.

local Melbourne Band ‘Three’. He also holds a 4th degree black belt in Aikido. 29 MINA

Melbourne Filmmakers

Melbourne Filmmakers MALWINA WODZICK A PANELIST - EDITOR & FILMMAKER Independent filmmaker Malwina Wodzicka is a

MALWINA

WODZICK A

PANELIST - EDITOR & FILMMAKER

Independent filmmaker Malwina Wodzicka is a native of Poland and has worked in Europe, the U.S. and Australia for the past seven years as an editor and teacher. Films she has edited have gained international recognition and were official selections for festivals such as Palm Springs Shortfest, Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto, Kinofilm International Short Film Festival in Manchester, Citizen Jane International Film Festival in Missouri and many others.

Malwina’s work is always trying to reveal the problematic truth about human nature; telling stories of characters struggling with dramatic decisions that can or already have changed their lives.

SHE ROSE is her directorial debut.

have changed their lives. SHE ROSE is her directorial debut. RACHEL CHEN PANELIST - EMERGING FILMMAKER

RACHEL

CHEN

PANELIST - EMERGING FILMMAKER

Rachel is interested in developing stories which have an autobiographical element. Stories which relate to the Melbourne towns she has lived in, the people she has met and the stories they shared are of interest to her storytelling style. Rachel has a broad interest in different genres and styles of filmmak- ing – but has limited experience in genres outside of drama and the narrative style of filmmaking. She is interested in exploring mixed-genre films and experimental films.

Rachel has completed several short pieces – with a focus on documentaries and music videos Tumblr (2014), Progress of Appreciation (2015), Behind the Mics (2015), George Ezra – Barcelona Music video (2015) and magical realism in narrative Hydrophilic (2016), The Magical Launderette (2018).

Rachel looks forward to creating content which incorporates elements of surrealism, whilst being grounded in their exploration of current political, cultural or social issues.

Rachel is currently studying a Bachelor of Film and Television at Swinburne University of Technology and aspires to become a film or television producer – focusing on developing docudramas, narrative films and experimental shorts or audio/visual installations for the Australian film and television indus- try. Rachel also has ambitions to extend her experience internationally.

Melbourne Filmmakers

Melbourne Filmmakers NICHOLAS HANSEN FILMMAKER Nicholas Hansen is an award-winning documentary director and research

NICHOLAS

HANSEN

FILMMAKER

Nicholas Hansen is an award-winning documentary director and research graduate from RMIT Melbourne in the area of interactive documentary. Previous work includes; Breaking the News (2011), One Cup (2007) and feature documentary RASH (2005) awarded Best Documentary at the Film Critics Circle of Australia 2005. Nicholas named and is co-founder of Docuverse (RMIT), a research group exploring expanding documentary practices through an annual symposium and bi-monthly meetings. Nicholas completed a Master of Design ar=t RMIT in 2018 and is a sessional tutor and some-time lecturer in Film and TV at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne. As well as maintaining a documentary practice Nicholas develops curriculum and teaches screen and media in Melbourne. www.mutinymedia.com

teaches screen and media in Melbourne. www.mutinymedia.com PATRICK KELLY PANELIST - FILMMAKER & LECTURER, SCHOOL OF

PATRICK

KELLY

PANELIST - FILMMAKER & LECTURER, SCHOOL OF MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION AT RMIT

Dr Kelly lectures in media production, with a focus on documentary practice, interactive media, career development, social media, and practice-led research. Patrick is a filmmaker, writer and a ademic, who completed his PhD in Creative Media at RMIT in 2013. The filmic practice-led project examined the auratic experience of traditional and contemporary media and saw him going offline for a period of 80 days in 2011 – an experience documented in the film Detour Off the Superhig way . Dr Kelly has supported MINA on numerous occasions as co-curator and committee member of Mobile Innovation Network Australasia (MINA).

Melbourne Filmmakers

Melbourne Filmmakers ADRIAN JEFFS PANELIST - FILMMAKER & MINA COMMITTEE Adrian is an award winning mobile

ADRIAN

JEFFS

PANELIST - FILMMAKER & MINA COMMITTEE

Adrian is an award winning mobile filmmaker and designer from the Yarra Valley in Victoria. With a passion for telling real stories about real people. With a love for technology, it was only natural that his camera of choice would be a smartphone. The intamacy and familiarity of an iPhone defuses any discomfort the subject may feel and its small form factor makes it easy to get into areas that traditional cameras could only dream of.

Mobile filmmaking has allowed Adrian to follow his dreams and join amazing communities like MINA and FILMBREAKER to help the next wave of smartphone filmmakers reach their goals.

the next wave of smartphone filmmakers reach their goals. CHLOE SAMILLANO PANELIST - EMERGING FILMMAKER Chloe

CHLOE

SAMILLANO

PANELIST - EMERGING FILMMAKER

Chloe Samillano is a screenwriter and filmmaker. Though born in the Philippines, she immigrated to the United States at age five and grew up in Moreno Valley, California. She then moved to San Francisco to attend SF State, where she is pursuing a BFA in Cinema. She is currently on exchange and attending Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. In her artistic work, Chloe tends to focus on realism and slice-of-life narratives, many of which are taken from her own life experiences. As an artist, she hopes to create works that increase representation in the media, especially that of the Asian-American and LGBTQ community. Though experienced in short-form narrative and documentary filmmaking, this is her first experimental short.

Après Screening & meet-up 6pm-7pm

Clan Analogue Mobile Music Album Preview:

Clan Analogue is Australia’s longest running electronic music collective that was started in Sydney in 1992. Its members traverse boundaries between sound, visual and written work as the collective explores both traditional and new media forms.

In 2018, Clan Analogue Recordings—the independent record label arm of Clan Analogue—has sought submissions to a new compilation album which celebrates music creation with mobile tools. This music release is a reflection of the contemporary music production landscape that includes high-performance, portable music hardware which comes in a variety of forms. These devices allow music producers to redefine their creative practice and explore new methods of musical expression.

Clan’s mobile music album has been produced by Martin K. Koszolko, who has been utilising mobile music making tools in his creative practice and academic research over the last 6 years. The compilation showcases key trends in contemporary mobile music through a selection of tracks from international artists. Slated for a worldwide release in the near future, the album will have its first public preview at the MINA’s ‘Smart Storytelling Day’ symposium and showcase.

first public preview at the MINA’s ‘Smart Storytelling Day’ symposium and showcase. 33 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM
first public preview at the MINA’s ‘Smart Storytelling Day’ symposium and showcase. 33 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM

FESTIVAL PARTNERS

FESTIVAL PARTNERS 34 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
FESTIVAL PARTNERS 34 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
FESTIVAL PARTNERS 34 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
FESTIVAL PARTNERS 34 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
FESTIVAL PARTNERS 34 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
FESTIVAL PARTNERS 34 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018
The iPhone Film Festival was started by a filmmaker for other filmmakers. There are thousands

The iPhone Film Festival was started by a filmmaker for other filmmakers. There are thousands of us, talented artist that don’t have the resources that major film companies have to create a film. However, we do have our talent and most importantly we have our creative instincts. This website was designed to give artist an avenue to showoff their gifts to the world by simply using their talents, creativity, and their iPhone.

by simply using their talents, creativity, and their iPhone. 35 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 RUBEN KAZANTSEV

35 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

and their iPhone. 35 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 RUBEN KAZANTSEV FOUNDER Our mission is to showcase
and their iPhone. 35 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 RUBEN KAZANTSEV FOUNDER Our mission is to showcase
and their iPhone. 35 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 RUBEN KAZANTSEV FOUNDER Our mission is to showcase
and their iPhone. 35 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 RUBEN KAZANTSEV FOUNDER Our mission is to showcase

RUBEN KAZANTSEV

FOUNDER

Our mission is to showcase your film to the world.

RUBEN KAZANTSEV

FOUNDER

mission is to showcase your film to the world. RUBEN KAZANTSEV FOUNDER www.iphoneff.com www.twitter.com/iPhone_FilmFest
mission is to showcase your film to the world. RUBEN KAZANTSEV FOUNDER www.iphoneff.com www.twitter.com/iPhone_FilmFest

www.iphoneff.com

www.twitter.com/iPhone_FilmFest

SF3 - the SmartFone Flick Fest is Australia’s only international smartphone film festival. Open to

SF3 - the SmartFone Flick Fest is Australia’s only international smartphone film festival.

Open to filmmakers of all ages from first-time filmmakers to professionals. As long as your film is shot entirely on a smartphone or tablet and is within the six and a half minute time limit your film is eligible for submission. Everyone has a great idea for a short film and a potential movie camera in their pocket, so no excuses. Here’s your chance to start filming!

Thirteen films will be selected from all the entries to screen at our Gala Finals Event at the Sydney Opera House, Australia on October 1, 2018. The night starts with a VIP Meet and Greet Event which is a chance for all SF3 2018 filmmakers, creatives, actors, sponsors and judges to mingle with industry professionals and each other. The SF3 Films and other Award Winning films will then be screened on the beautiful big screen of the iconic and historic Chauvel Cinema and a panel of esteemed judges will award the SF3 Prizes to category winners, including the top prizes of SF3 2018 Best Film and SF3 2018 People’s Choice Award. Although awarded on the night, the People’s Choice Award is open for online voting for two days prior to the Gala Finals Event.

36 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018

to the Gala Finals Event. 36 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 ALI CREW SF3 FOUNDER ANGELA BLAKE

ALI CREW

SF3 FOUNDER

Event. 36 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 ALI CREW SF3 FOUNDER ANGELA BLAKE SF3 FOUNDER MELISSA BRATTONI

ANGELA BLAKE

SF3 FOUNDER

PROGRAM 2018 ALI CREW SF3 FOUNDER ANGELA BLAKE SF3 FOUNDER MELISSA BRATTONI SF3 GRAPHIC DESIGNER RACHAEL

MELISSA BRATTONI

SF3 GRAPHIC DESIGNER

BLAKE SF3 FOUNDER MELISSA BRATTONI SF3 GRAPHIC DESIGNER RACHAEL MILLANTA SF3 iNTERN NICOLE DA SILVA SF3

RACHAEL MILLANTA

SF3 iNTERN

BRATTONI SF3 GRAPHIC DESIGNER RACHAEL MILLANTA SF3 iNTERN NICOLE DA SILVA SF3 AMBASSADOR CHRISTOPHER STOLLERY SF3
BRATTONI SF3 GRAPHIC DESIGNER RACHAEL MILLANTA SF3 iNTERN NICOLE DA SILVA SF3 AMBASSADOR CHRISTOPHER STOLLERY SF3

NICOLE DA SILVA

SF3 AMBASSADOR

RACHAEL MILLANTA SF3 iNTERN NICOLE DA SILVA SF3 AMBASSADOR CHRISTOPHER STOLLERY SF3 AMBASSADOR Thirteen films will

CHRISTOPHER STOLLERY

SF3 AMBASSADOR

DA SILVA SF3 AMBASSADOR CHRISTOPHER STOLLERY SF3 AMBASSADOR Thirteen films will be selected from all the

Thirteen films will be selected from all the entries to screen at our Gala Finals Event at the Sydney Opera House, Australia on October 1, 2018.

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S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first
S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first
S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first
S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first
S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first
S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first

S. Botello Productions™ is one of the pioneer mobile film festivals and perhaps the first in the world to be exclusive to only to films shot with mobile phones which screens films on a big screen and rolls out the red carpet in a venue in San Diego, California. Our film festival has only accepted films shot with only mobile phones and began to form in 2009 launching an opportunity to every human being of any age in the world to share stories through film because everyone in the world has access to a mobile phone camera. International Mobil Film Festival™ takes place annually in San Diego every last weekend of April. #MFF2017SanDiego received over 260 submissions and screened over 40 films including a mobile feature film. Filmmakers who attended in San Diego came from Canada, Australia, Chile and Germany. The ages of the filmmakers ranged from 11 years-old to 82 years-old. This year, we have two separate competitions for short mobile films (1-5min.) and feature mobile films (40-80min.).

SBP launched the Global Mobile Film Awards™ as the Oscars of the mobile film industry. Our two founding members are SF3 SmartFone Flick Fest from Australia and Heartland Film Festival from Indiana. GMFA is for all film festivals who would like to provide filmmakers who submit a film shot with mobile phones and win an official award a free nomination to GMFA and compete to be the best of the best mobile film under separate categories. Member festivals reserve their right to nominate or not nominate winning films. Individual mobile filmmakers may submit a film shot with a phone to be considered for a nomination which won an official award in a non-member film festival for a fee.

an official award in a non-member film festival for a fee. www.internationalmobilefilmfestival.com

www.internationalmobilefilmfestival.com

www.globalmobilefilmawards.com

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QUALITY SHORT FILMS Cinephone is a short film festival, where the films are filmed only
QUALITY SHORT FILMS Cinephone is a short film festival, where the films are filmed only
QUALITY SHORT FILMS Cinephone is a short film festival, where the films are filmed only

QUALITY SHORT FILMS

Cinephone is a short film festival, where the films are filmed only using smartphones,

With an international feel, and free theme, that aims to bring the making of films to a wide range of public with minimum costs.

We are betting on a democratization of film, giving support to the use of smartphones as an alternative way of getting quality ideas and scripts onto the big screen.

Smart phones are constantly evolving, improving the image quality (currently up to 4k) and thus, with these new optics, it’s now possible record backdrops and scenes that were unthinkable until now.

THERE'S MORE OF US EVERY DAY!

The evolution of quality allows us to predict a long life for this festival, demonstrated by the increase in short films presented year after year.

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in short films presented year after year. 38 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 www.cinephone.es www.twitter.com/cinephone_info
in short films presented year after year. 38 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 www.cinephone.es www.twitter.com/cinephone_info
in short films presented year after year. 38 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 www.cinephone.es www.twitter.com/cinephone_info
in short films presented year after year. 38 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 www.cinephone.es www.twitter.com/cinephone_info
in short films presented year after year. 38 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 www.cinephone.es www.twitter.com/cinephone_info

www.cinephone.es

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Super 9 Mobile Film Fest, is an international festival exclusively dedicated to movies recorded on

Super 9 Mobile Film Fest, is an international festival exclusively dedicated to movies recorded on mobile phones with open competition to all countries, based on Portugal.

Films from 1 to 15 minutes of different genres:

- Fiction

- Documentary

- Animation

- Experimental

- Music videos

Super 9 is a year-round online mobile film festival, the competition takes place over nine months (from April to December) on the platform: www.super9mobile. com

All films that get published are nominated to the Awards. The awarded films are selected by our Jury, but the Audience Award is won by the film with most public votes.

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film with most public votes. 39 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 All films that get published are
film with most public votes. 39 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 All films that get published are
film with most public votes. 39 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 All films that get published are
film with most public votes. 39 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 All films that get published are

All films that get published are nominated to the Awards. The awarded films are selected by our Jury, but the Audience Award is won by the film with most public votes.

but the Audience Award is won by the film with most public votes. www.super9mobile.com www.youtube.com/user/super9mobile
but the Audience Award is won by the film with most public votes. www.super9mobile.com www.youtube.com/user/super9mobile

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www.youtube.com/user/super9mobile

MoMo provides a level playing field for filmmakers where talent, creativity and hard work counts
MoMo provides a level playing field for filmmakers where talent, creativity and hard work counts

MoMo provides a level playing field for filmmakers where talent, creativity and hard work counts more than budget and industry connections.

Believing that anybody with a thought- provoking concept or a touching story can make a great film, the festival will showcase new talent using a tool so simple and readily available that it’s often overlooked: the mobile phone.

The Festival lasts two days and is packed with thought provoking talks as well as screenings of the best films followed by the Award Ceremony. Our esteemed panel of judges will hand over the awards in various categories.

The event will be followed by an after show party which will be held in one of the coolest venues in Zurich.

which will be held in one of the coolest venues in Zurich. "One of the most

"One of the most interesting and exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News

exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News momofilmfest.com www.twitter.com/momofilmfest/ 40 MINA
exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News momofilmfest.com www.twitter.com/momofilmfest/ 40 MINA
exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News momofilmfest.com www.twitter.com/momofilmfest/ 40 MINA
exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News momofilmfest.com www.twitter.com/momofilmfest/ 40 MINA
exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News momofilmfest.com www.twitter.com/momofilmfest/ 40 MINA
exciting events from around the world." ~ BBC World News momofilmfest.com www.twitter.com/momofilmfest/ 40 MINA

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FiLMiC Pro turns your mobile camera into a broadcast worthy high-definition video camera, enabling you

FiLMiC Pro turns your mobile camera into a broadcast worthy high-definition video camera, enabling you to create stunning video content with unprecedented control and customization. Variable speed zoom, audio gain control, and variable frame rates up to 240fps on the newest mobile devices. With full manual control over focus, exposure, ISO, shutter speed, tint and color temperature you may never need another video camera again. Additionally, FiLMiC Pro has a ton of professional tools such as audio meters, stereo microphone support, informative thirds guide and aspect ratio overlays.

support, informative thirds guide and aspect ratio overlays. GROUNDBREAKING TRUE LOG FOR MOBILE Professionals have been
support, informative thirds guide and aspect ratio overlays. GROUNDBREAKING TRUE LOG FOR MOBILE Professionals have been

GROUNDBREAKING TRUE LOG FOR MOBILE

Professionals have been asking us for LOG or Flat Color profiles and we are thrilled to now offer these groundbreaking options. LOG and our less extreme Flat gamma curve in our new Cinematographer Kit* give filmmakers all the latitude they needed to color grade data rich content for spectacular results. 4 Gamma Curves, along with Shadow.

*through optional in-app purchase for iPhone 7/7+ only

MORE SETTINGS MORE CHOICE

Wherever you are in the world FiLMiC Pro has you covered. Shoot 25 fps PAL in ROW countries, 30 fps NTSC or our default 24 fps for beautiful, cinematic images. Slow motion, fast motion, a host of resolutions and aspect ratios mean you can achieve whatever it is you envision.

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Whether you’re masterminding the next smart phone feature length film, creating a three mi-nute music

Whether you’re masterminding the next smart phone feature length film, creating a three

mi-nute music video or producing a thirty second news story, Luma Touch is the mobile editor

that will help you cultivate and finesse your finished piece.

Luma Touch is an innovative company dedicated to creating truly professional video editing,

effects and media management products for iOS and macOS, including LumaFusion, LumaFX

and LumaConnect.

Over the last year LumaFusion, has captured the hearts (and fingertips) of mobile journalism

professionals as the “go-to product” for video editing, titling, audio mixing and finishing of high

quality news segments while in the field.

As the first truly professional video and effects editor for mobile, LumaFusion has also been

acclaimed by independent and experimental filmmakers, music video artists and corporate

producers as a trusted and easily-affordable solution for creative video editing and effects,

rivaling the features and exceeding the usability of more expensive desktop editors.

Coming soon! - LumaConnect bridges the gap between desktop and mobile editing by providing

direct import of all media types to LumaFusion and export of LumaFusion projects to desk-top

editors.

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LumaConnect

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LumaFusion

LumaFusion is a powerful multi-track video editor used by mobile journalists, filmmakers and professional video producers to tell compelling video stories.

video producers to tell compelling video stories. LumaFX Infinite video effects. Layer multiple controllable

LumaFX

Infinite video effects. Layer multiple controllable effects on your videos, plus re-frame, rotate, position, speed, reverse and much more.

Beastgrip, Co. is an innovative hardware company dedicated to creating advanced mobile photography, filmmaking and

Beastgrip, Co. is an innovative hardware company dedicated to creating advanced mobile photography, filmmaking and live streaming equipment. In 2013, with only an idea, 3D printer and the amazing support of Kickstarter they were able to introduce the world’s first universal smartphone lens adapter/ rig system with a completely new and unique approach in design and functionality, which has since been awarded with a number of patents. Since then, they’ve raised over 425K on Kickstarter, released a handful of other innovative products and continue to be a part of some of the most groundbreaking videos ever shot with a smartphone, such as Bentley’s “Intelligent Details” docu-series, Michel Gondry’s Détour, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero’s “No Love Like Yours” and many more.

Magnetic Zero’s “No Love Like Yours” and many more. www.beastgrip.com www.youtube.com/user/beastgripTV 44 MINA
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44 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 The Pro Series 1.33X Anamorphic Lens is must-have for
44 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 The Pro Series 1.33X Anamorphic Lens is must-have for
44 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 The Pro Series 1.33X Anamorphic Lens is must-have for
44 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 The Pro Series 1.33X Anamorphic Lens is must-have for

The Pro Series 1.33X Anamorphic Lens is must-have for filmmakers wanting a classic, cinematic widescreen aspect ratio, dramatic perspective and creative, Hollywood-style lens flares. Anamorphic lenses have been used in some of the most famous movies of all-time, such as Transformers, and now you can harness the same power with your smartphone.

The DOF Adapter MK 2 is the most advanced smartphone SLR/DSLR lens adapter ever created. It allows you to use an SLR/DSLR* lens to the powerful smartphone camera that you have in your pocket for an incredible bokeh, shallow depth-of-field and film-style look and the ability to pull focus manually like on professional cinema cameras.

The Beastgrip x Kenko 0.75X Pro Series Wide Angle is the most advanced smart- phone lens ever created. It’s crafted with the new expertise of legendary lens man- ufacturer Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd. to meet the demand of high resolution smart- phone cameras with 4K video capabilities and to deliver an uncompromising image quality.

Mobile Journalist (MoJo) and Film Makers We, a working film crew, designed a perfect ergonomic

Mobile Journalist (MoJo) and Film Makers

We, a working film crew, designed a perfect ergonomic tool for serious Mobile Film Makers: a light-weight, flexible Mobile platform.

The BlackWing allows you to quick-change accessories effortlessly;

Camera, Phone, Camcorder, Audio Recorder, LED Lighting,

Microphone

and the list goes on.

No other product offers a kind of flexibility for Mobile Film Makers like the BlackWing.

Check it out on our website: www.fotosafariproducts.com

Got 4K Camcorder or DJI-Mobile-4K,1,2 Stabilizer?You can mount those as well in SECONDS! Become a
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Take a look at a basic smart phone setup on the left, and more options on the same platform.

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platform. You can change any accessories within seconds! FotoSafari Products donates 100% of their profit to

FotoSafari Products donates 100% of their profit to support Mobile Film Festivals around the world, and to talented Film Makers who use their Mobile Phones.

(BTW, we, as a film crew, use all of our products every single day.)

Make It an Experience. Only Adobe gives everyone — from emerging artists to global brands

Make It an Experience.

Only Adobe gives everyone — from emerging artists to global brands — everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences.

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need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences. 46 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM 2018 www.adobe.com/au/

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Looking for a way to pitch your idea for a television show or movie? iPITCH.TV

Looking for a way to pitch your idea for a television show or movie? iPITCH.TV offers a next generation platform for creators of original pitches for TV, Film & Digital Media to connect directly with Hollywood Producers and Studio Executives and gives creators industry pro advice on how to pitch a television show or feature film. Pitch your idea for a Movie, Screenplay, Television Show, Short Film, New Media Project and more.

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FilmConvert enables you to add film color & grain to your video in a few

FilmConvert enables you to add film color & grain to your video in a few simple clicks. With a range of market-leading cameras profiled, you can achieve precise industry leading results even under the tightest deadline.

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even under the tightest deadline. Supported platforms “FilmConvert has not only sped up my colour grading
even under the tightest deadline. Supported platforms “FilmConvert has not only sped up my colour grading

“FilmConvert has not only sped up my colour grading workflow it has drastically improved it. The film stocks are tremendous and with the profiles to match the cameras I shoot with I would be lost without it now! FilmConvert is essential to all my work.”

Koh Yao Noi, By Philip Bloom. Winner of Best travel film at the NYC Drone Film Festival 2015.

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Winner of Best travel film at the NYC Drone Film Festival 2015. 48 MINA SCREENING PROGRAM
“AUSTRALIA’S NEW WAVE VR CINEMA” The Virtual Reality Cinema. Is a creative project aimed at
“AUSTRALIA’S NEW WAVE VR CINEMA” The Virtual Reality Cinema. Is a creative project aimed at

“AUSTRALIA’S NEW WAVE VR CINEMA”

The Virtual Reality Cinema.

Is a creative project aimed at showcasing the new wave of virtual reality works. Pushing the boundries of the medium and assisting experienced content creators to create VR works. By having a VR cinema space to

screen, network and showcase folm makers works.

The Experience

12 seat Gear VR Cinema with comfortable spinning chairs, put a light-weight gear VR headset and start your journey to Virtual reality.

Why are we Unquie?

The Virtual Reality Cinema has a unique approach and platform the we use and have developed. It allow for seamless viewing of VR Content across all the gear VR headsets. Playing back synchronized 360VR & Spatial Audio and our custom proprietary Group VR system. Which enables all the participants to experience VR together and see each other which borrows more from theatrical ideas.We screen 4-6 shorts one

after the other in a seamless playback over 20-30 minute seamless show.

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4-6 shorts one after the other in a seamless playback over 20-30 minute seamless show. 49
4-6 shorts one after the other in a seamless playback over 20-30 minute seamless show. 49
Broadcast Now Live broadcast your experiences in 2D or 3D 360 VR with Vuze LIVE

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Instantly share now with Vuze Live broadcast or later from the Humaneyes Zone, Facebook, Youtube, Vimeo and more.

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Vuze is made by Humaneyes, the pioneering experience technologies company for over a decade. Its
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Vuze is a 3D 360⁰ VR camera – capturing full spherical videos and photos in stereoscopic 3D. The footage needs to be stitched to a spherical format using a proprietary stitching technology developed for use with the camera.

Vuze is provided together with the Vuze Camera App, Vuze VR Studio and Vuze LIVE Studio. Vuze Camera App can be used to remotely control the camera and manage media stored on a removable SD card. Vuze VR Studio is used to edit captured media using spherical editing tools and to render and stitch media using proprietary stitching technology. Vuze LIVE offers live streaming from the Vuze+ camera to a

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The Social Innovation Research Institute is where technology meets humanity. Social challenges are interconnected in
The Social Innovation Research Institute is where technology meets humanity. Social challenges are interconnected in
The Social Innovation Research Institute is where technology meets humanity. Social challenges are interconnected in
The Social Innovation Research Institute is where technology meets humanity. Social challenges are interconnected in
The Social Innovation Research Institute is where technology meets humanity. Social challenges are interconnected in

The Social Innovation Research Institute is where technology meets humanity. Social challenges are interconnected in nature, often including elements that affect and are affected by wellbeing, education, mobility and economic issues. We address the intersection between these social elements and the potential of technology. We focus on our industry partner’s real-life challenges, collaborating with them to address problems through applying technologies and data analytics techniques. We facilitate teams to solve problems, comprising researchers, practitioners and community members from diverse, appropriate backgrounds.

If your organisation is dealing with a complex social problem, then contact us to discuss how a multi-skilled team will provide solutions.

To learn more about Swinburne University follow this link: www.swinburne.edu.au/research-institutes/social-innovation/

www.swinburne.edu.au/research-institutes/social-innovation/ "The idea is to bring together all of the excellent

"The idea is to bring together all of the excellent research across Swinburne to apply it to social problems. We can bring together researchers in IT, in engineering, in chemistry and microbiology and apply this expertise to looking at social problems together with social science research. It's really a unique kind of perspective"

Professor Jane Farmer

Foundation Director of the Social Innovation Research Institute

We are New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. Our purpose is to collect, care for and share
We are New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. Our purpose is to collect, care for and share
We are New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. Our purpose is to collect, care for and share
We are New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. Our purpose is to collect, care for and share

We are New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. Our purpose is to collect, care for and share the audiovisual taonga of Aotearoa.

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision is a charitable trust. We care for an ever-growing collection of films, radio, television, sound recordings, props and documents spanning 120 years of Aotearoa’s sound and moving image history. We are committed to the principles of Te Tiriti O Waitangi. We actively develop relationships with whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori organisations to ensure appropriate long-term care of and access to sound and moving image taonga.

We collect and catalogue film reels, video tapes, sound records, props and documents and store them in climate controlled vaults. Our experts work against time to preserve original nitrate film, television broadcast tapes and sound recordings, before they degrade. We digitally preserve audiovisual material to ensure that it stands the test of time for future generations. We facilitate access to the collection for researchers, the media industry, the museum sector and anyone who wants to discover the audiovisual stories of the past. We manage rights and clearance processes so that images and sound from the archive can be re-used and shared wherever possible. You can visit our library facilities in Wellington – the Media Library and the Jonathan Dennis Library You can attend our public programme of screenings and festivals at our Wellington cinema and café, and around the country. We host events and tours, and hold education sessions for school and community groups.

To learn more about Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision follow this link: www.ngataonga.org.nz

Our history Over 100 years ago Swinburne began with a simple premise: to provide technical
Our history Over 100 years ago Swinburne began with a simple premise: to provide technical
Our history Over 100 years ago Swinburne began with a simple premise: to provide technical

Our history

Over 100 years ago Swinburne began with a simple premise: to provide technical education to a sector of society otherwise denied further education. For over a century Swinburne has committed to innovative education, strong industry engagement and social inclusion.

The journey

The vibrant, multicultural and student-focused university you know today boasts over 50,000 students from all walks of life. In 1909, however, the first class enrolled merely 80 young men. Swinburne offered training and education in plumbing and mechanics. We offered classes with the very first computers. Since the digital revolution Swinburne has been providing cutting-edge education. Our media programs and bio-research are just two examples. We continue to focus on emerging technologies, industry engagement and flexible learning options. We ensure we adapt and evolve with the times. We deliver relevant education for our students today, and tomorrow.

To learn more about Swinburne University follow this link: www.swinburne.edu.au

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