Short Films Have A Bigger Audience Waiting With Small Screens In Hand

Short films have been shown only in film festivals till now. That may change if these videos are made with smart phones and handheld devices in mind. The problem is till now most of the content that are available on small screens were originally developed for a larger screen. But that will not work in the long run, say experts who debated the need for mobile films at a panel discussion at the Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, California. “It’s not viable to just make stuff smaller,” said Mitchell Weinstock, vice president of business development for Kinoma. Palm’s Matt Crowley advised the filmmakers to think of mobile devices as a potential home for short animated films that traditionally haven’t reached large audiences outside of the festival community.
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