SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking
Summary: The Voice of Mobile Film™ is for everyone who ever wanted to or is curious about making movies and videos using smartphones. S. Botello Productions™ (SBP) is a pioneer in the mobile filmmaking industry, one of the first–if not the first–to bring films shot with only mobile phones to the big screen in a traditional film festival style in 2009 with the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego, California.
It’s a treat! It’s Halloween 2020 and we invited Aaron Nabus to join us as a guest host for episode 89 of the SBP Podcast.
When it comes to smartphone filmmaking, we’re going to have a collective epiphany and realize the question is not about the best phone, the best gear or the best app. The question is: how good is your story?
What motivates someone to work hard to create films has always been something the average person is not able to understand. Why someone who has a great story and embarks to make a feature length film would choose an iPhone, or any smartphone, to film is even more incomprehensible to traditional filmmakers.
A truly inspiring and in-depth conversation with actor and filmmaker Rob Leach who teaches the art and science of mobile filmmaking with smartphone cameras online.
How do you create great digital content? A smartphone camera brought a photographer back to photography, but it also brought a passion for stories. Ant Pruitt shares photography, video, audio, design and more.
Episode 84 SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking, shares the perspective of producer and set designer Kimberley Hart of "Mad House" iPhone feature film.
Ambassador to the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego, Aaron Nabus joins us to talk about the 2021 film festival categories for smartphone filmmakers. Submissions open June 19.
Have you made a movie in one year? How about three? Cara Rust made three short films in 2019 and based one of them on a play. Cara Rust adapted a play into a film using her Samsung smartphone camera.
A filmmaker is not simply someone who shoots a film and shares it. A filmmaker delivers a finished film through an entire process. Most good stories in film are a challenge that can bring out the best in a filmmaker and the result lies in the final film.
He wanted to tell a story with his skills in choreography using the tools available to him. Episode 80 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking is an in-depth conversation with Jamiel Laurence, awarded Second Prize in the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego.
She had a screenplay and a vision. Inga Vosk believed in her story. She had a dream to realize the story as a movie. A feature film. She didn’t know how. She had never directed a short or feature film. But she had a vision and an iPhone. Episode 79 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking is an in-depth discussion with the winner of the Best Feature Film award at the 2020 International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego.
You may believe that movies you shot with smartphones cannot reach producers in the professional film industry. Bradley Gallo is our guest in Episode 78 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking, and he's going to inspire you.
During the SBP Podcast episode 77, filmmaker Ryan McDonald is joined by producer Brandie Rich. They share their strategy to filming the feature length film Married And Loving It! The movie was shot with the iPhone.
The situation around the world brings us to a lifestyle unlike we have ever experienced as humans. Imagine if during WWII, everyone had a smartphone camera. Listen to episode 76 of the SBP Podcast to find out how to capture your experience into a story.
Episode 75 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking sheds a light on the effects of the Corona Virus on film festivals with our guest, Craig Prater, president of Heartland International Film Festival.