I love this idea.

It levels the playing field between the big budget projects and the poor sap just trying to make a film on a few bucks! Next year, Sundance for Cells and SWSXXcell.

CNN.com - The world's smallest film contest - Dec 23, 2005: "ITHACA, New York (AP) -- Bigger houses, bigger cars, bigger portions at the local fast food joint. In America, the guiding maxim is to think big. Really big.An Ithaca College dean is encouraging students to instead think small. And she's offering a $5,000 prize to do it.The school has invited high school and college students across America to submit a 30-second movie shot entirely with a cell phone."

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