Who are we?
Founded in 2005, the Mobile Film Festival is an international Festival of short-length movies, based on an simple principle: 1 Mobile, 1 Minute, 1 Film.
The aim: discover, support and accompany talents from the whole world to become tomorrow’s directors.
The choice of the mobile phone enables to ban all economic constraints so that anyone may contribute in the same conditions. The use of the same technology by all participants, moreover an accessible material, bestows a democratic and equalitarian aspect to the Festival, at an international scale! In addition, the Festival decrees strong narrative and script writing obligations – tell a story in a minute – with the aim of identifying the most promising young authors and directors.
The Mobile Film Festival is a 100% digital festival, thus aiming at reaching the largest audience. Yet, its short and creative format, as well as the technical quality of the films, enable a broadcasting of the films on all screens: smartphones, computers, TVs, cinema theaters, …
For the past three years, the Mobile Film Festival have known 4 international editions, 3321 films submitted from 116 countries, 65 millions of views and 183 000 € of grants awarded!
Disclaimer: The official selection and awards do not imply endorsement by the partners
Edition coming up
The Mobile Film Festival Africa is a festival of short films dedicated to young directors from the 54 countries of the african continent. It is based on a simple principle: 1 Mobile, 1 Minute, 1 Film.
Its aim is to discover soon to become young african directors, to help them create opportunities, to offer them an international visibility and to accompany them in their professionalisation, thanks to the grants awarded for the film production process.Contact us
The last editions
For its 14th edition, the Mobile Film Festival has celebrated Human Rights, in partnership with YouTube Creators for Change, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the European Union in the framework of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).