The self-proclaimed “Original iPhone Film Festival” has extended its deadline for entries from 1st November to 31st December, 2015.
The celebration of all things “i”-movie related had its first outing in 2011 – and four years later this is only its second appearance. But good things come to those who wait, at least according to the Guinness ads.
More than 100 entries have already been received but it’s free to do so and categories include student film, fiction, nonfiction and music video.
Judges include Yahoo Tech’s David Pogue; directors Marcus Nispel, Jon Alpert & Matthew O’Neill; BAFTA/NY’s Christina Thomas; Molly Thompson of A+E Indiefilms; and HBO’s Jason Kliot.
You can use an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to make your film; typically the entries are 3 to 5 minutes long.