Levi Austin Morris won the Best Feature film Award for Paralysis at this year’s International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego, California. The entire film was shot with two iPhones.
Paralysis is a horror film of about an hour 47 or so minutes long. Levi and I discuss the intricate details that went into making the film and the reactions it received at the festival.
We discuss the impressive experience he and his team had during the festival. It’s a fun, energetic discussion on the unique energy felt by everyone during the festival. The intimacy between the filmmakers and the friendships formed. Mobile filmmaking is an opportunity to leave a legacy and we spoke about that. But we also touched on the rewarding experience felt by the attending filmmakers. Some insights we share include the progress over the years, of making movies with phones.