Submissions for the first annual Zacuto sponsored Original iPhone Film Festival are now closed and three finalists have been selected in the categories of Fiction, Non-Fiction, Music Video and Brand Film.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "films."
CIA: Operation Ajax to be Made Into Animated Motion Picture
The revolutionary iPad app, CIA: Operation Ajax will soon become an animated feature film as Cognito Comcs announces a new partnership with BoomGen Studios to expand the property into multiple media platforms.
Vidify Simplifies Moviemaking on iOS
If you've every worked with video, you know that it can be quite cumbersome to capture, edit and then output something worth keeping. Sure, capturing isn't too hard, just open your video camera app, push record and voila.
Vidify's Montage Moviemaking Simple in Under a Minute
Vidify, the most simple moviemaking tool for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, has launched on the App Store. Announced today by Los Angeles-based developer Nice Labs, Vidify takes the daunting process of editing videos on complicated software and transforms it into a easy and fun, three step app so that anyone can create a professional-style montage video, set to music, of a vacation, a wedding, or family event, and instantly share it.
Tiffen's Cool fx Photo App is as Cool as it Says it is
Like Tiffen’s Photo fx, which I reviewed earlier this year, Cool fx is a set of digital optical filters (filters are Tiffen’s main line of business) for the iPhone and iPod touch. You use these filters to simulate the results you get with a variety of filters and lab processes when taking photographs with film.
Cute Origami App is Easy and Cute
Cute Origami from orientmaple.com is an iPhone app containing instructional origami videos. Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. Intricate pieces of art are made with one square piece of paper, using only geometric folds and requiring no glue or scissors.
Idea Generator - Shake out a few ideas
Say it's early Monday morning, and everyone at the ad agency where you work expects you to come in with some great concepts for the afternoon meeting with a client. The problem is you spent the weekend drinking beer and watching nine football games on TV and you're stuck for ideas for the client's new campaign.