See: Mike Figgis' Life Captured

Saturday, October 04, 2008 Craig Grobler 0 Comments

Life Captured Mike FiggisSony Ericsson has teamed up with film director Mike Figgis to create Life Captured, a short film made entirely from mobile phone photographs taken by everyday people.

Fourteen winners from Europe, the Middle East and Africa have been chosen and briefed by Mike Figgist to shoot their part of the new Life Captured film with a new Sony Ericsson C902 Cyber-Shot™.

The fourteen final participants are Craig Grobler, UK, Carole Edrich, UK,Yurdagül Yurtseven, Turkey, Toby Amschwand, Switzerland, David Stein, South Africa, Muntiu Matei, Romania, Job van Dijk, Netherlands, Juhani Vaihkonen, Finland, Malena Martinez de Renzl, Austria, Ine Evans, Belgium, Bob Nordkvist, Sweden, Dominik Pieper, Germany, Ismael el Kosht, Italy, and Sergey Nikitin, Russia.
Life Captured’ will premiere at the 16th Raindance Film Festival in London on the 2nd October 2008. Five Outstanding Achievers from the photographic team will be there to join in the party. See Mike’s interview with Raindance.
Mike Figgis is best-known for his experimental and ground-breaking techniques in film-making, seen in films such as Leaving Las Vegas. He is the inventor of the Fig Rig, a camera stabilization rig for smaller video cameras, manufactured by Manfrotto.