FIRST MOVIE EVER SHOT ENTIRELY ON CELL PHONE

FIRST MOVIE EVER SHOT ENTIRELY ON CELL PHONE

South African director Aryan Kaganof has taken eight cell phones, $160,000 and some serious thinking outside the box to create “SMS Sugar Man,” which is evidently the first film shot entirely with cell phones. The film was shot over eleven days and will not only get theatrical distribution, but it will also be beamed to cell phones in three minute episodes over the course of a month. Neat! You must first dial a one in order to….

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Posted on February 2, 2006 in News by
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One Comment on "FIRST MOVIE EVER SHOT ENTIRELY ON CELL PHONE"

  1. Phoneywood.com on Tue, 26th Apr 2011 1:06 pm 

    Clearly ahead of its time. It is the future in my mind.


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