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Competition hots up for iPhone Film Festival as submission deadline looms
Organisers of the iPhone Film Festival 3 (IFF3) are busy sifting through and uploading latest entries to the site as the deadline for submissions draws to a close.
On the back of a successful Macworld | iWorld 2012 presentation in January, which certainly helped raise the profile of iPhone
Kazantsev told smartmoviemaking.com: “Once again we have been overwhelmed with hundreds of submissions and as always and our judges will have a hard time picking the winners.”
The iPhone Film Festival was the first such festival dedicated to the Apple smartphone and remains the premier online event in this genre.
Kazantsev also revealed that he has something “revolutionary planned for the beginning of 2013 that will change iPhone
What exactly, he wouldn’t reveal, but when pressed further he said: “We can not get into details since it is a huge project and do not want to announce it until its 100% confirmed.
“We know there will be a lot of copycats, but we welcome the competition since that only brings awareness to the
One of the options that is proving popular with other online film festivals is Facebook voting, but Kazantsev says he is against the idea.
“The way we look at FB voting systems is it’s not only a way for a website to gain FB followers but it is also not fair for the
Speaking of IFF3 Kazantsev said: “Our goal with our
Perkins showed his second iPhone film, Isobel & The Witch Queen, at the Macworld presentation and his latest The Haunting at Danford Cabin is an entry in the IFF3.
Kazantsev is also thrilled to welcome back Spanish
Mess is busy trying to get his latest iPhone film, Russian Roulette, ready in time for the 30 April 2012 submission deadline.
Kazantsev said it’s been a busy last four months, but as the interest grows in making films on iOS devices and other smartphones, the iPhone Film Festival finds itself at the forefront of new wave cinema — and if future projects come to fruition it looks like it will be taking the lead for years to come.