We invite filmmakers, creatives, geeks, and artists around the globe to join us in creating the first major iPhone, narrative, cinematic film. Back us.
*update* if you are on the iphone or iPad, view the above teaser/promo video in HD on Vimeo at http://vimeo.com/12866065
*update 2* thanks for the early support! When you back us, please post your Twitter so we can tweet you out. The short link for this page is: http://tiny.cc/iFilm - please spread the word!
*update 3* click here to read why we are doing this, and why we need funding.
About the Project
Help fund our iPhone film. A collaboration between Philip Bloom and Deltree, "I'm Going Home" is the first narrative short story on an iPhone using cinematic techniques. Our hope is to inspire a new filmmakers around the world with what's possible- in their pockets.
About the Film
"I'm Going Home" is a short film that explores one man's accidental discovery of the city he loves.
Film is slated to be shot on location in NYC mid -July. The film was written by Nathan Scott, co-directed by Philip Bloom ("Red Tails", "People of" series) and Reece Brothers ("Fifty People, One Question")
About the Production
Since the iPhone 4 launch, our team has devised a way to mount the iPhone 4 to rails, allowing us to take steadicam, dolly, and glider shots. It also allows us a level of control of exposure and white balance with the use of ND filters and gels. To see some of the test shots we have taken, see the trailer above. For more information, see Philip Bloom's blog post.
Who We Are
Philip Bloom is an internationally-recognized cinematographer, director and filmmaker who has worked on and produced dozens of renowned films, along with collaborating with Lucasfilm LTD., Discovery Channel, Microsoft, The BBC, CBS, Sky One, and many others.
Deltree is a New Orleans-based film, video and creative studio. From the people who created the viral online film series, "Fifty People, One Question", Deltree has produced work for multiple global brands at locations around the world and has had work featured on CNN, USA Today, The Guardian, and thousands of blogs.
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