iPhone 4 Used for Cinema Quality Movie

Distinguished South Korean director Park Chan-Wook will debut his 30-minute film, “Night Fishing,” on January 27th in select theaters in South Korea. This is notable, as it is the first “cinema-standard” film shot using only the iPhone. He and a few others used iPhone 4s with various lenses, a budget of a little over $130,000 (US), and only 80 people. He says it was not much different than shooting a regular film, but he felt there were more options because all of the different smartphones could be used and the process was more “democratic.” There were plenty of shots to choose from, along with surprising angles and lighting that accompany using new tools. He says he preferred the lightweight, easy-to-use equipment.

Check out footage from the film on YouTube: Night Fishing

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