MoMo Film Fest

MoMo Film Fest

 

UPDATED: April 22, 2020 
 
This year's MoMoFest event was officially cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  However, the films were still created and the filmmakers certainly still deserved their awards. 

 

Moondog Labs is proud to supply the winning filmmakers with credit towards MDL gear. We can't wait to see what these creatives produce next!

Below is a thank you video from this year's winners as well as links to the award winning films: 

---- BEST FICTION ----
FELIX by Beck Williams

---- BEST DOCUMENTARY ----

THE REEF by Sven Dreesbach 

---- BEST SCREENPLAY ----

THROWBACK89 by Ricarda Saleh and Nil Idil Çakmak 

---- BEST FEATURE ----

LOST IN THE CROWD by Jason van Genderen  

---- BEST SWISS FILM ----

PROMISE ME THE MOON AND THE STARS by Esther Petsche 

---- BEST MUSIC VIDEO ----

LA NOSTRA INTERSEZIONE by Filippo Di Primio  

---- YOUNG TALENT ----

THE GUILT SYNDROME by Juan Carlos Orellana and Juan Pablo Orellana  

---- GRAND JURY PRIZE ----

THE REEF by Sven Dreesbach 

 

Continue scrolling to learn more about Mobile Motion Film Festival and all the good work its founders do for the mobile filmmaking community. 

 


Festival co-founder Andrea Holle shares the festival's story and its mission from the TED stage:


MoMo Fest recently completed its fifth year, BBC World News called the festival "one of the most interesting and exciting events from around the world."  The festival is packed with networking events, talks, masterclasses, filmmaker meetups and of course, the best films shot on smartphones. 

 

MoMo Fest Q&A

 

Besides existing as a festival, MoMo has also become a go-to source for the latest in mobile filmmaking tech. Writer, director and MoMo co-founder Simon Horrocks regularly posts insightful articles which we generally share on our Twitter feed. But if you'd like the information directly from the source, we suggest giving @sihorrock and @momofilmfest a follow.

 

MoMoFest also has an Amazon Prime Video Channel! Check out the best films from 2019.

 


You can also learn more and subscribe to MoMo's newsletter on their website.

Photos courtesy of Mobile Motion Film Festival