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More entries for Iphone Film Festival as deadline looms
With the 31 March deadline fast approaching for submissions to this year’s Iphone Film Festival (IFF), entries continue to be uploaded to the site making it a tough call for the judges to pick out winners.
The ‘awards ceremony’ will take place online on 6 April and anyone who visits the site and takes time to watch any of the films in the 11 categories can’t fail to notice the consistently high quality of the entries.
There is some fantastic work being produced on iPhones and smartphones and the IFF showcases some of the best that’s out there.
It is directed by the McHenry Brothers, who made the spoof Jackboots on Whitehall last year. The Commuter was shot in just four days, using no back up cameras, on the streets of London and St Albans, Hertfordshire. It also features a meaty cast including Charles Dance and Pamela Anderson.
Both sites now have their own video players embedded, making it easier to view the films and as more sponsors come on board there will be more prizes on offer.
If you haven’t visited IFF or SFF yet do so – and there is still time to shoot, edit and upload your own film. The SFF awards ceremony will be held on 17 October this year, check with the organisers for submission deadline.
IFF founder Ruben Kazantsev says there are already plans for a similar festival next year, and we at
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