5 Films That Were Shot Entirely On An iPhone

Farzana Patowari

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While you may debate over the hype of an Apple product for as long as you want, the truth is, iPhones boast stellar features that have changed the course of traditional filmmaking and content creation. Here are five movies that were made on an iPhone. 

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Through The Five PassesThe movie—spanning 18 minutes— narrates the tale of an artiste who battles all odds in pursuit of performing on-stage. Directed by Peng Fe, the film was shot on an iPhone 14 pro. 

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FursatFeaturing Ishaan Khatter in the lead, this short film by Indian filmmaker Vishal Bharadwaj was shot entirely on an iPhone 14. Fursat traces the life of a guy who can look into the future via a device named Doordarshak.

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AdadaeBelieve it or not, but all it took for director Kamal Saromuni to shoot Adadae was an iPhone 5! This Tamil thriller was released on March 1, 2019. The cost-effective move was attributed to budget constraints.

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The Gone GameSeason 1 of this psychological thriller mini-series— based on the coronavirus—was shot entirely at home on an iPhone by the actors themselves.The revelation came from actor Sanjay Kapoor. 

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PondicherryDirected by Sachin Kundalkar, this Marathi movie was filmed on an iPhone, with a crew of only 15 people. Popular regional actors like Sai Tamhankar, Vaibhav Tatwawadi, and Amruta Khanvilkar had key roles to play.