The Critics Company Won Big At African Smartphone International Film Festival 2019.

The 3rd edition of African Smartphone International Film Festival. Themed; “The Future Is Here” which held from 6-8 December 2019 at Magnificent Cinemas in Lagos, Nigeria. The festival received entries from over 60 countries and Screened some of the best films shot with smartphone by amazing filmmakers from Africa, Europe, Continue Reading

African Smartphone International Film Festival 2019 Award Winners

Full list of ASIFF19′ award winners. Congratulations to the award winners for excellence in smartphone filmmaking at the 3rd edition of African Smartphone Film Festival. BEST DIRECTOR INTERNATIONAL- Shreco Bakari –  Ominious Project- United States BEST SHORT FILM INTERNATIONAL-  2faces –  Amingo Thora- France BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR INTERNATIONAL – Continue Reading

ASIFF 2019

African Smartphone International Film Festival 2019 Official Selection

List Of Films Screening In ASIFF 2019 Participating Countries Nigeria United States Kenya United Kingdom Egypt Australia Russian Federation France Germany Iran, Islamic Republic of Colombia Canada Italy Spain Uganda India Korea, Republic of Poland Mexico Brazil Finland China Burkina Faso Georgia Argentina Austria Bangladesh Congo, the Democratic Republic of Continue Reading

African Smartphone International Film Festival (ASIFF 2019) Theme; The Future Is Here

The African Smartphone International Film Festival (ASIFF) has closed submission for its 3rd annual edition, theme: The Future is Here ASIFF received a total 550 films from 60 countries. The event will run from 6th – 8th December 2019 at the Magnificent Cinemas, Lagos Nigeria. ASIFF founder and executive director Continue Reading

African Smartphone International Film Festival Named Among World Best Smartphone Film Festival

The World’s Best Smartphone Film Festivals June 14, 2019|In Festival|By Simon Horrocks The World’s Best Smartphone Film Festivals Tangerine director Sean Baker says he will never shoot a film on a digital camera. Except that Tangerine was shot on an iPhone. That’s because he sees smartphone filmmaking as a medium Continue Reading