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'The World's Smallest Film Festival' comes to London, UK
Posted on 17-Jul-2003 09:53 | Tags Filed under: News


'The World's Smallest Film Festival' comes to London, UK
'The World's Smallest Film Festival' showcases the technologies that deliver live action video and animation to mobile devices.

In September 'The World's Smallest Film Festival' comes to London with Mobile Commerce World. Established in 2000, the Mobile Commerce World exhibition has a proven track record of delivering real mobile and wireless solution buyers to the show-floor. In addition to meeting the buyers who are making decisions about mobile and wireless products and services, MCW 2003 offers benefits that will help you to increase brand awareness, showcase your technologies, educate new audiences and gain exposure to media outlets.

'The World's Smallest Film Festival' - London, is an opportunity for handset makers, technology providers, toolset providers, production companies, and filmmakers/animators to show their stuff.

With an estimated 900 million mobile phone users worldwide, the potential market for multimedia-capable wireless phones and made-for-mobile content is huge. Forget the old paradigm of cramming 90-minute feature films into matchbook-sized screens. Forget movie trailers. Technology and content genres are undergoing a radical shift in design and capabilities as vendors gear up to deliver the content and services users will actually demand and use. Devices are being matched with players for video and vector graphics, and content will be a huge differentiating factor.


More information: www.WorldsSmallestFilmFestival.com...




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