In 2011, the first feature film shot entirely on a smartphone was screened at a West Hills cinema in Los Angeles. Olive, by director Hooman Khalili, was filmed solely on a Nokia N8 and thanks to its cinema run, qualifies for Academy Award consideration. Olive is a reminder that the traditional days of filmmaking are now behind us. The film industry today is in a constant state of change, with a wealth of new opportunities available for those with their finger on the pulse. Thanks to rapidly evolving digital technology, film making and distribution is undergoing a major revolution. Avenues such as YouTube, web series and smartphone applications are all viable — and often lucrative — methods of getting work into the public eye.
How new technology is changing the film industry. Internet: <http://trueherostudio.com> (adapted).
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The current film industry has few good opportunities for new filmmakers.