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Mobile Movies Showcase – Week 59

Welcome the fifty ninth showcase in our Mobile Movies Column, curated and edited by Vanessa Vox and Giulia Baita.  Every two weeks Vox and Baita will curate the movie uploads to our Flickr group MobileMoviesTheAppWhisperer.  They will view all the videos uploaded and comment on the ones selected.

Within this selection today, both Vox and Giulia have curated the movies and Giulia has written the commentary for this week, this will alternate (foreword by Joanne Carter).

All of the entries were either shot or created on mobile devices. Many congratulations to Chad Rankin, Eleni Gemeni, Nanou Ghanem, Armineh Hovanesian and Ger Van Den Elzen for being featured this time.

Mobile Art Video by Chad Rankin

Mobile Art VideoNice movie presented for the new section to TheAppWhisperer – TrueView Interview – “What does my work say about mobile art?”. Nice idea to respond with his own reflection in the mirror. Professionalism in the words of Chad. Compliments!

Going Backwards by Eleni Gemeni

Going backwards!

This movie is original and fun. Nice idea to edit the scene backwards and accompany the music in the same way. Mood old as a silent film 20’s. The end result of the work makes this movie very enjoyable as the scene of a comedy.

Long Beach by Nanou Ghanem

Long Beach
In just a few seconds to tell a story here is the example! A woman dances to the sound of a French song 50s and a man looking through the insistence. He is attracted to her … Then a car runs on. What will happen? Like a Fellini movie … the story continues. Compliments!

How many numbers? By Armineh Hovanesian

How many numbers?

Magnificent mood, as usual … A woman plays guitar and a voice that articulates the numbers in French. The scene is repeated for a few seconds. Tasteful and personal atmosphere of great poetry.

In a split minute by Ger Van Den Elzen

'In a split minute' #Cinamatic #Cinamatography #Hipstamatic

In a split minute we see a singular scene. A double image and people coming in and out from a glass door. Extraordinary view captures the original vision of an everyday scene. The music which accompanies the video is really cool!

Vanessa Vox, born in Paris, studied Art History and Archaeology in Aix-en-Provence. During and after her studies she worked as a passionated dancer and choreographer. In Switzerland (2003) she began to explore the possibilities of digital art and video editing in collaboration with her husband, a swiss musician and artist. 2013 she moved to the south of France where she deepened the rich possibilities of mobile apps. It was the beginning of a new passion. Many of her short videos have been presented within our Mobile Movies Showcases. And two of them were exhibited in the first ISMA exhibition 'L'Arte è Mobile', Museo di Arte Contemporanea, Rovereto (Italy). Giulia Baita. Italian iPhonographer. She lives in a beautiful island in the Mediterranean called "Sardinia". Passionate about painting and drawing, she obtained a degree in History of Contemporary Art. Studies and supports examination of the History of Cinema at the 'University of Cagliari'. She is a professor of Italian and History and whilst in high school continued to cultivate her passion for the Art. For several years she has been and continues to be in love with Mobile Photography and Mobile Art. Some of her photos have been shown in international exhibitions and she is currently highly interested in the Mobile Movies.

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