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Thursday, July 9 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
How to Make A Movie with a Camera Phone

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UPDATED: Wed, Jul 08, 09:52AM
Mobile Film Festivals are becoming the next big thing. Cell phone cameras now have the capability of shooting 4k - which makes cell phone filmmaking now a possibility to be taken seriously. San Diego Independent Filmmaker Paul Giret (Film For Food) will explain the process of how to use your everyday mobile device as a movie making tool. Giret recently was one of the 15 participants in the Qualcomm 4K Challenge in which contestants were given a 4K Motorola Droid to produce a short film that will also play at the San Diego Film Festival this year. He will be joined by his cast member Carol Morrow (Supergirl Unburdened) from his mobile film "Pitch and Hitch" and Mike Egbert who will elaborate on the production process. Topics will cover on what filmmaking tools, Dolly, Jib, Slider, Car Mount to use, how to properly attach the camera to these tools, what apps work best to control your exposure, what is the workflow and how to handle footage during post-production (editing) process. Join this panel along with Ty Mabrey (Bang Zoom Pow), Jeanette "da Duck" Di Pinza and Crysstal Hubbard (Supergirl Unburdened) who helped make Cell Phone Films from script to screen. With special guest moderator Machelle Noel (GeekRockTV & Faith Hollywood TV).

Thursday July 9, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 5AB