The TechnologyGuide.com editorial staff is pleased to announce the Brighthand Mobile Film Festival, which will showcase some of the most creative made-for-mobile content. This two-day event will be held at CTIA Wireless 2010 next month in Las Vegas.
It is for videos designed for display on small-format wireless cell phones, smartphones, and other communications-enabled devices.
Submit Your Films
We’re looking for entries for this festival from six different content categories: Comedy, Drama, Music, Animation, Commercial, and Series. Submissions should run about three-minutes or so, and can be in virtually any format.
All entries will be available for viewing via a special portal and mobile film showcase on Brighthand.com.
BMFF entries will be judged by a panel of experts, who will rate the ultra-short films on such things as creativity, entertainment value, ‘real world’ utility, and best use of currently-available mobile technology.
Judges include Ed Hardy, Editor of Brighthand.com, Judi Babcock, producer at Friendly Fire Entertainment, Vancouver, B.C.; and Beau Buck, founder and CEO of mFlix and BigDigit, Inc.
Finalists and winners will be screened at an event at CTIA Wireless 2010 in Las Vegas in March.
In addition, finalists in each category will be awarded a guaranteed 60 days of national distribution on the mFlix mobile film channel, one of the first mobile channels of its kind in the U.S. now available on the Sprint PCS wireless network.
Get Started Now
Entries can be uploaded now on the Brighthand Mobile Film Festival entry portal.