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Zeme  2011 www.mobile-mentary.co.uk www.filmobile.net Changing the  conversation
"I love being a pro" /  "increase productivity"
mobile-mentary vblog: Max With a Keitai A digital record of a vblog Schleser (2007 Japan 56 min) micro-movies
 
 
 
 
FIL M OBILE Centre for Excellence June 2007, London
Lumière Cinema April 2008, London
Exhibition London Gallery West
 
 
 
 
TRAING COMPONENT <ul><li>Mobile filmmaking / mobile art  </li></ul><ul><li>workshops and master-classes </li></ul><ul><li>...
Mobile Phone Filmmaking:  Theory and Practice A collaborative workshop with the University of Paderborn (Germany) 08 – 10 ...
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mobile-mentary: Mobile Documentaries in the contemporary mediascape introduces Max’s research and his networking project FILMOBILE, which curates new emerging creative mobile media practices.

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  • Practice led research investigation which I commenced in September 2005, submitted registration in February 2006 (around the same time I launched the website) and undertook my fieldwork in September-December 2006 and completed a rough cut and my first two chapter incl. additional research now.
  • The first mobile phone with a video camera introduced in Japan SHARP SH-04 – Jphone (one decade of camera phones) 2005 &gt;&gt; The emergence of a new aesthetic is now followed by a creative mobile media practice. I will come back to this at the end of my presentation. In 2006 Nokia became the worlds largest camera manufacturer and there are more camera phones than digital video or stills cameras. Nokia 8 has got a 12 Megapixel camera and video in HD. While I made a distinctive choice using a 2005 mobile phone recording in a low-res resolution (176 X 208 pixels). This is one of the unique points about the mobile-mentary project. Non-full length film used a phone of such low image quality.
  • Documentary – city film (Berlin Symphony of a city/The man with a movie camera) – emerged in the 1920s in Europe but also USA, Soviet Union, Brazil and Japan. Exploration of the filmic medium before it was defined as such. Impact of modernity and artists using the city as a stage for their experimentation.
  • A series of training workshops for visual and digital artists in mobile filmmaking/art. A training session for audiences who do not have access to media technologies. The course will enable the participants to learn the technological (mobile) expertise to explore the creative potential of the new mobile medium. Resources will be made available online for further educational reference and other art, charity and educational projects. 2/5 workshop days incl.: training-seminars Introduction to Mobile technology Mobile technology and video / moving-image production Mobile technology and art Mobile Productions 2000-2008 Project development Mobile formats (single/multi screen, mobile screen, online)
  • Transcript of "Zeem 2011"

    1. 1. Zeme 2011 www.mobile-mentary.co.uk www.filmobile.net Changing the conversation
    2. 2. &quot;I love being a pro&quot; / &quot;increase productivity&quot;
    3. 3. mobile-mentary vblog: Max With a Keitai A digital record of a vblog Schleser (2007 Japan 56 min) micro-movies
    4. 8. FIL M OBILE Centre for Excellence June 2007, London
    5. 9. Lumière Cinema April 2008, London
    6. 10. Exhibition London Gallery West
    7. 15. TRAING COMPONENT <ul><li>Mobile filmmaking / mobile art </li></ul><ul><li>workshops and master-classes </li></ul><ul><li>Mobile filmmaking school </li></ul><ul><li>mobile media production course </li></ul>
    8. 16. Mobile Phone Filmmaking: Theory and Practice A collaborative workshop with the University of Paderborn (Germany) 08 – 10 July 2011 workshop www.mobile-mentary.co.uk www.filmobile.net Changing the (cinematic) conversation…
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