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Reeling in the kids

Bryan Michael Stoller designed his new book-in-a-box for budding Spielbergs and Scorseses

IN 2015, the independent comedy-drama Tangerine wowed the Sundance Film Festival, not only with its true-to-life story of a transgender sex worker, but also for being shot almost entirely on an iPhone 5S.

Anyone, of any age, has at least the potential to become a professional filmmaker today, thanks to the ubiquity of smartphone cameras. Smart Phone Movie Maker, Canadian writer-director-producer Bryan Michael Stoller’s new bookin- a-box, helps instruct budding young cinematographers on how to create movie magic using only their phones and inexpensive items around the house. A fun, illustrated booklet discusses storyboarding, lighting techniques, and editing and colour correction. Most impressively, the box transforms into a smartphone projector with a lens for screening finished masterpieces.

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