I know that lots of people talked about making a feature-length movie, but was South Korean director Park Chan-Wook it first to actually produce and premiere an iPhone-created major motion picture? He seems to think so. Night Fishing cost just $133,000 and 10 days to finish.
“The quality of the cinematography is quite good, except for a little shakiness in the beginning. And the fact that the screen is coarse works to the film’s advantage, especially on the night scenes given its life-and-death theme.”HollywoodOutbreak: FIRST MOVIE SHOT BY IPHONE IS SHOWCASED
PhotoCineNews: A movie shot solely on an iPhone