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FilmOneFest II Smart Phone App

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FilmoneFest iPhone Home ScreenFilmOneFest II – iPhone, Android and iPad App

Available Now on iTunes and Google Play

FilmOneFest II – a celebration of the one minute film as an art form.

Polymash created the first FilmOneFest app for iPad in 2011. It was such a huge success that people without iPads were asking for it to be available on their smart phones. We listened. And so this year, for the 2012 film festival, we have designed FilmOneFest II as a universal app, now available on iPhone, Android and iPad.

FilmOneFest App on Google Play

There’s no doubt that the world loves film. Now think about films that are one minute long! Just imagine what it takes to tell a story, deliver a message, connect emotionally and successfully in a film of one minute! It takes talent. So to help share such talent across the world, we have created an app for the FilmOneFest film festival, curating and showing the work of talented filmmakers as a way to inspire others to question, experiment, explore, laugh, cry, and unite us in our common humanity through this medium.

App features:

  • One-minute films from artists from all around the world, categorized by year and award
  • Interviews with selected artists about their passions and inspirations
  • Ability to save videos to your favorites
  • Meet the esteemed selection panel to learn their criteria for award nominations
  • Post to and comment on your Facebook page and Twitter stream
  • Find out how to submit your own work for future FilmOneFest festivals
  • Keep up to date with ongoing submissions throughout the year

Social Media

Most importantly, you can let your friends know what you think about each film by linking to and commenting on your own social media pages from within the app.

Ongoing Submissions

Visit the app often, because we’ll be adding one-minute films throughout the year in preparation for next year’s event. And, if you are a film-maker or know one, you can apply to submit to FilmOneFest from within this app.

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FilmOneFest I App

Please find out more about the original 2011 iPad app and download it from iTunes. FilmOneFest partnered with Polymash to create a festival iPad app available through the iTunes store since 2011. The FilmOneFest iPad app is a collection of one-minute films from filmmakers all around the world with supporting stories, artists’ statements and interviews.

PR Mac Press Release: FilmOneFest iPad app is a celebration of one-minute film as an art form

Polymash Inc. today introduces the FilmOneFest app for iPad. The FilmOneFest app is a collection of one-minute films from filmmakers all around the world with supporting stories, artists’ statements and interviews. The app gives visibility and voice to film makers across the world, enabling their talent to serve and inspire others to question, experiment, explore, laugh, cry, and unite us in our common humanity in this one-minute format.

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Our FilmOneFest iPad app goes live!

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We are pleased to announce that our free FilmOneFest iPad app is now available on the iTunes iPad app store.

FilmOneFest is a celebration of one-minute films as an art form, also a film festival held in Atlantic Highlands, NJ, and the FilmOneFest iPad app is a collection of one-minute films from filmmakers all around the world with supporting stories, artists’ statements and interviews. To find out more:

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Using Appreciative Inquiry in our Film Festival App

We’ve just posted video of your FilmOneFest app, and the momentum is growing ahead of the actual event in July. The app is turning out great, but what makes a real difference is of course the content, so a big thanks to the film makers.

If you’d like to read about the interview process, Robyn has posted on how she used the Appreciative Inquiry process to interview film makers in the making of this app, check out her post at positivematrix.com

Our vision for the app was to have more than just a list of one-minute films that you could see on You Tube or Vimeo. We wanted the world to learn more about the artists and their visions for their art. We wanted to give greater context and meaning to the content in the app that the users could connect to.

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