Chinese New Year is just two weeks away and Apple has just released a touching short film that’s shot on the iPhone X. Titled three minutes, it tells a story about a family reunion that could only last for 3 minutes.
Hearing loss is a problem that affects a whole lot of people worldwide and the worst part is many often don’t know that they have hearing loss until it’s too late. Well, if you’ve ever been curious, hearing solutions company Cochlear has come up with a short film to help you find out.
This stunning piece of filmatic art by Markus Kontiainen was shot at 120fps entirely on his iPhone 5S. He spent over 35 days touring some of the most iconic cities in Asia and used his iPhone to capture the journey.
Where most are content with taking selfies and pictures of food with the sophisticated, and highly capable equipment that is the modern smartphone today, this inspiring visual artwork — that you must watch — goes a long way to show that it’s not the equipment that you have, it’s how you use it.
Among the many short films/videos we’ve seen shot using a mobile phone, this one takes the cake. Deliciously done, simple yet sophisticated, beautiful yet functional, Splitscreen: A Love Story tells a story that we all can relate to. And it’s shot using the Nokia N8.
We just love watching it and it’s not wonder that this video won an award for short films shot on mobile phones at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Follow the link for more wonderful Nokia N8 shorties that made the Edinburgh International Film Festival shortlist.