Ever hear the term, "It's just the tip of the iceberg?" Journalists realize that when they go about looking for stories the information that is easy to see and accessible is just the tip of the iceberg. Referring to how the "real" story is underneath. The story may be huge but all most people see is the tip. When you dive down under the water, you realize the iceberg is gigantic. That means a story that no one is aware of requires a storyteller to go deep underneath to find and share the whole story. ![image](https://spotlight.radiopublic.com/podsite/d1b71aff-7ddd-4249-923b-9711d6c09df0/0eda18e8.Mobile Camera 022518 smaller.JPG)The whole story of mobile filmmaking, which is generally referred to as making films with smartphone cameras, lies underneath the stories you are reading about Hollywood filmmakers like Steven Soderbergh making movies with iPhones.
The story of a Hollywood filmmaker making movies with smartphones may be sensational and inspiring to hear. It also may validate the idea that you can make movies for a big screen, or even Netflix, with smartphone cameras. If people need proof, and so many do, this helps. But this is not the only story I'd like to share with you through the podcast. I am very passionate about storytelling and film. Our podcast is about mobile filmmaking. It is about going deeper than sharing the story of the tip of the iceberg.
The goal of the SBP Podcast is to take listeners into the the "real" story of mobile filmmaking. We do this by giving a voice to the mobile filmmaking industry. The "thing" about making movies with smartphones that makes it a "thing."Listen to the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking and be inspired by our guests and our topics.
Making movies with phones is a thing…and so is storytelling. Human, meet phone. Phone, meet story. Together you can do your thing and join people around the world sharing stories through films.
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