Mobile Film School (non-accredited) in San Diego, California
As part of the Mobile Film Resource center by S. Botello Productions™ with the International Mobil Film Festival™ in San Diego and Mobile Film TV Network Channel we invite you to be inspired by mobile filmmaking to share your own films and stories. We aim to show you how to make videos and films with smartphones.
"I absolutely loved it. This was definitely the right step in a journey to break away from the traditional point and shoot on your smartphone. If you're looking to get serious about taking your mobile filmmaking game to the next level without having to go to a traditional film school this is the place to be." Mario Romero
Attention Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs, non-profits, vlogers, marketers, social media celebrities and everyone else: Learn to make smartphone videos rock for your events, promos, PSA's, products, interviews, vlogs, office meetings and more! Content Marketing is Video Marketing!
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SBP Podcast for Mobile Film is now playing!
Our podcast is about mobile filmmaking, which is in our case about making films and videos using mobile phone cameras.
SBP Podcast is the Voice of Mobile Film
Global Mobile Film Resource Center
Promoting Art, Technology & Education
S. Botello Productions™ is forming a mobile film resource center for the world to access. A strong emphasis is on connecting the world of filmmaking to mobile filmmakers around the globe via new technological advances with mobile phone cameras.
SBP is based in San Diego, California where owner and founder of the mobile film resource center resides. On September 4, 2012 we issued a press release announcing the Mobile Film School (non-accredited). Conrad Mess, who lives in Spain is well known globally as a pioneer in the mobile film industry.
Multi-award iPhone filmmaker Conrad Mess is a collaborative partner of our exclusive mobile film school, which we plan to accredit.
The official launch of our school took place in San Diego in February 2013 as a three-day master class. Max Schleser attended and presented during the workshop. The photo below features Max Schleser (sitting right) with Jeff Turboff (standing) and Perry Dixon.
“I learned so much in this class it felt like an on the job training with a production company. I learned how to use my phone as an audio recorder separate from just visual recording, how to edit with multiple apps, lighting, adding music and so much more. I couldn’t get this on my own without MFS.” – Perry Dixon about the Mobile Film School in San Diego.
We show you how to make all sorts of genre films using smartphones and we don't stop there. We also show you how to make great videos for any business or entrepreneur, marketing for various organizations or video content for publicity campaigns. We will share some toys aka accessories to get you started and some resources of where to get your own.
"Hands-on instruction is the most effective for this medium because it attracts people with no knowledge or experience filmmaking, but they are inspired due to the camera available in their smartphones and seeing the capabilities it affords them." Instructor, Susy Botello.
"We empower the storyteller inside you through filmmaking with your smartphone." - S. Botello Productions™
Listen to the SBP Podcast for tips on how to make mobile films from professional filmmakers at SBP Podcast: The Voice of Mobile Film