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The FiLMiC blog is your go-to source for the inside scoop on the world of mobile filmmaking and photography. You’ll find in-depth filmmaker interviews, filmmaking tutorials, company updates, and much more. Check back weekly for new posts and please feel free to drop us a line and let us know what type of content you’d like to see more of here.
FiLMiC Pro (v6.14) will remove support for the Zoom lens currently available under Settings > Camera menu on dual and tri-lens iPhones.
Award-winning filmmaker Cassius Rayner shows you how to shoot cinematic slow-motion footage with FiLMiC Pro in this new tutorial!
“Symphony of Spheres” is a short documentary from award-winning filmmaker SJ van Breda that attempts to show the process and philosophy of abstract sculptor Brendon Edwards. Shot with FiLMiC Pro.
To better achieve development and design goals, a product must be focused. We are not in the business of making Swiss Army Knives.
FiLMiC Cubiform technology generates real-time color look-up tables for images with minimal GPU or CPU utilization.
Katherine Bourne Taylor is a mobile filmmaker about to make a splash with her latest short film, “Ships in the Night,” when it hits the film festival circuit later this month. “Ships in the Night” is a live-action short WITH animation, so this is a first for us here on the blog!
As part of our ongoing series interviewing the current crop of mobile filmmakers making a name for themselves in the world of indie film, we’d like to introduce you to Beraat GÖKKUŞ.
“I’ve always thought that the most important thing as a Director is to tell a story by any means of shooting. Today you can do it with a simple piece of kit that fits in your pocket.”
If you’re a fan of Apple TV+’s series MythicQuest, from creator Rob McElhenney, you’ll want to watch this behind-the-scenes clip of how they pulled off their most recent episode, “Quarantine,” shot entirely on iPhones with FiLMiC Pro.
Directed by Cíntia Taylor 1) What drew you to the story you and compelled you to make the wonderful film you submitted? I had always wanted to make a film about depression and suicide. I had written a couple of screenplays around that...