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Mobile Movies Showcase – Week 68 – TheAppWhisperer

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Welcome the sixty eighth showcase in our Mobile Movies Column, curated and edited by Vanessa Vox and Giulia Baita. The week Baita has curated the films and written the accompanying text for each one below.

All of the entries were either shot or created on mobile devices. Many congratulations to: Tina Rice, Dieter Gaebel, Armineh Hovanesian, Cristian Margherita and Judith Reismann.

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Introducing LumaFX – Tina Rice

The movie uses a good app: LumaFX. It’s very good app to create interesting effects. In this case the chamber of the iPhone follows the fast motion of a bus / car and perfectly balances the image. Great combination of music and images! Well done!”

Introducing LumaFX

The Sting in Two – Dieter Gaebel

Very nice movie in which two coloured elevators move to the sound of the music. A woman appears to internal and she greets taking off his hat. Wonderful idea! Surprise!

Paternoster

What Happens in Santa Monica – Armineh Hovanesian

A female shadow moving around the city. Her legs and her light dress are so delicate and elegant .. The music perfectly accompanies this movement and Cinematic gives to the movie a very special mood. Wonderful!

What happens in Santa Monica!

diZko – Cristian Margherita

In the movie a few designs are moving to the music, repeatedly. The vintage effect of Vintagio app is really good. This app takes you back to past eras of the film industry (from thirties  to the millennium years ) and it allows spectacular silent movies or amateur video hippy. Very interesting movie!

diZko

Look Around Me – Judith Reismann

Look around me

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By Vanessa Vox and Giulia Baita

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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