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Movie shot on iPhone hits South Korean theaters

Award-winning filmmaker Park Chan-wook has shot a 30-minute film, called “Night Fishing,” using only an iPhone 4. The movie is about a man who goes fishing at night and finds a female shaman. “Night Fishing” was shot using up to 10 iPhones filming simultaneously from different angles. About $130,000 was spent making the movie.

In an interview with Reuters, Park said of the process: “There are many limits. … However instead of complaining, it should be approached in a unique style that is intended for the movie. Then it can have better results than any other movies.”

2016-10-21T21:44:10+00:00 January 24th, 2011|Categories: Random Posts, Social Media|Comments Off on Movie shot on iPhone hits South Korean theaters
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