Win an iPad 2: The Original iPhone Film Festival taking submissions

If you've got cinematographic chops and an iOS device, you could win yourself (or someone you love) an iPad 2 or other prizes by submitting your best film creations made entirely on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad 2.

Screenshot by Joe Aimonetti

If you've got cinematographic chops and an iOS device, you could win yourself (or someone you love) an iPad 2 or other prizes by submitting your best film creations made entirely on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad 2.

The Original iPhone Film Festival has four categories: Fiction, Brand Film, Nonfiction, or Music Videos. Submissions will be judged by a variety of film, TV, and music professionals including members of popular pop group Maroon 5, New York Times technology writer David Pogue, Macworld Senior Associate Editor Heather Kelly, and Director of Television Production at BBDO New York Regina Ebel.

Films must all be under 3 minutes (music videos must be under 4:30). Submissions must be made directly through The Original iPhone Film Festival Web site. You may submit as many films as you like; all film entries are free.

So get your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad 2 cameras rolling and get your submissions submitted. The deadline for entries is September 30, but the sooner you enter, the better.

What will your masterpiece be? Let me know in the comments!

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    Joe is a seasoned Mac veteran with years of experience on the platform. He reports on Macs, iPods, iPhones and anything else Apple sells. He even has worked in Apple retail stores. He's also a creative professional who knows how to use a Mac to get the job done.

     

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