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Reference iCatalogue in the works for making an iMovie on iPhone

Brainstorming: what’s needed?
Tips, checklist, steps through small project, files, syncing, titles, trailers, FX…any more? Contribute and be credited.

Russ Imrie March 2012

Please, it’s all about truly iPhone only created films. Film, editing, outputing all on the smartphone. Honestly.

Several interested parties intrigued with what is, a [p]art form. The minimalist construction using a small toolbox that can produce immediate, beautiful, compelling art. As if a storied city had been built from a wagon-load of materials yet every house, every monument was different and reflected who lived, loved, worked, or died there.

Part film, part home movie, part a zen-like meditation on the subject.

A study in conscious self-limiting, an exercise, beauty in message AND the media and IN the discipline.

I will keep updates on planning then executing the guide coming. Thanks and enjoy our early DC spring.

iphone imovie desk where I film my mac screen to get an image into my smartphone

Filming an image from my desktop into iPhone camera roll for use in a video. - image Russ Imrie

Sent from my iPhone

(caps, ital, edited in later from desktop)

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Russell Imrie is a  Web Content Specialist, webmaster and an American Indian blogger living in the Washington DC area.

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Kahnawake Film in DC an iMovie on iPhone filmlet

Kahnawake Film in DC an iMovie on iPhone filmlet

Russ Imrie March 19, 2012

*note…in YouTube please click on  (cc) on the bottom frame to see my work on CC – Closed Captions Also–this work can’t be done on my iPhone at this time. But I’m digging into that : )

Screen shot YouTube Closed Caption control button - image Russ Imrie

Screen shot YouTube Closed Caption control button - image Russ Imrie

Closed Captions at 30 seconds and at 1:30. Working on finishing up this film’s captioning this weekend. Please check it out. As someone who is about 50% deaf, I find this rewarding.
This is a  filmlet about film. When you need to deeply inform many, many diverse guests, why does film work? Who does it reach? What are some hidden benefits of the [native] filmmaking process?

Melissa Bisagni, Director of the Media Initiatives Program at the Smithsonian Indian Museum discusses a film program that runs daily at the museum. Filmed March 15 on an iPhone 4 iOS5.1 and edited with iMovie v 1.3.

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Russell Imrie is a  Web Content Specialist, webmaster and an American Indian blogger living in the Washington DC area.

Copyright © forever by Russell Imrie