Join San Francisco’s Disposable Film Festival to celebrate their 5 year anniversary of presenting short films made on non-professional devices that will inspire and astound! Here’s what the Wall Street Journal had to say about DFF in March 2012 (click on the link for the full article):
“Filmmakers say the disposable-film medium allows them to operate in stealth mode and capture moments in everyday life that a big camera crew might scare away. One short film screened at the festival in 2009, called “Introducing Fortune Cookies to China,” shows a montage of people in China trying fortune cookies for the first time.
“If you had a big camera, people would feel put on the spot,” Mr. Evans says. “Here, you just feel like you’re being asked to eat a cookie.”
On Thursday August 23, we’ll be showing the best curated, disposable shorts that DFF has collected during 2012. The event is free and open to the public!