The Disposable Film Festival premieres its 8th annual competitive shorts program here in San Francisco before screening it around the world. Be the first to see this year's collection of the best disposable films made on cameras like mobile phones, DSLRs, and webcams.
One of our favourite filmmakers, Xiangjun Shi, had her film ‘Why do i study physics?’, from our DFF 2014 official selection, featured by The Atlantic as one of their Editor’s Picks.
Welcome to DisposableFilm.com; the digital home of the Disposable Film Festival. The DFF is dedicated to celebrating short film made using every day technology. As long as it’s innovative, imaginative and non professional we want you to share your films with us so we can share them with the world.
We're very excited about our next FREE screening at Videology in Williamsburg on Friday, February 6th from 8:30pm - 10:30pm.
The wonderful people at DFF want to share the love by offering you a special DFF 10% discount when signing up to Vimeo Pro.
A review of the 10 most popular mobile cameras for making movies.
We've rounded up the 7 best mobile film festivals from around the globe.
One of the things we value about being able to shoot with the camera in our pocket and share with the world is that issues are brought to the public's attention that would normally go unheard.
On October 15-17 2014 a group of Syrian filmmakers organized a mobile film festival to showcase short films made by citizens, journalists, and Syrians of all backgrounds, on their mobile phones.
In the next couple of weeks Disposable Film will be integrating the VOD service into our site so you can rent and watch directly.