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FILMOBILE is a network project bringing together the mobile phone industry, filmmakers and artists working with mobile devices.

FILMOBILE is organising a gallery exhibition, cinema screenings and an international conference in London on the 4/5 April 2008. The events will explore the cultural impact brought about by new mobile technologies and will encourage debates between artists, filmmakers, the media and the new mobile industry.

The FILMOBILE EXHIBITION will feature mobile art works by Mark Amerika, Camille Baker, Bebe Beard, Melissa Bliss, Elly Clarke, Romain Forquy, Steve Hawley, Brian House, Brooke A. Knight, Simon Longo, Anne Massoni, Kasia Molga, Sylvie Prasad, Michele Pred, Henry Reichhold, Max Schleser and Jo Thomas.

The FILMOBILE CONFERENCE is a major international event including more than 22 speakers from the USA, South Africa, Australia, Germany, Italy and the UK exploring the prospects and possibilities of mobile technologies in the domain of art and media practice. A live web broadcast with the Mobilefest in Brazil is scheduled to take place during the conference. For detailed conference program see

As part of the conference FILMOBILE will present a CINEMA SCREENING, which will curate for the first time a dedicated world premiere program for mobile feature productions, including SMS Sugar Man, Why didn't anybody tell me it would become this bad in Afghanistan, Nausea and Max with a Kaitai.

For detailed program information see:
The events are free to attend but registration via email or text-message is essential. Email to or text FILMOBILE to 81707 including your name and email address to register (texts cost 1 standard message).

Conference and Screenings are at The Old Lumiere Cinema, 309 Regent Street, London W1R 8AL (tube Oxford Circus).
Friday 4 April

16:00 - 18:00 FILMOBILE conference
18:30 - 20:30 FILMOBILE cinema screening
20:30 FILMOBILE wine reception

Saturday 5 April
10:30 - 18:30 FILMOBILE conference

Exhibition Private View:
Thursday 3 April, 5pm - 8pm at London Gallery West, Watford Road, Harrow HA1 3TP (tube Northwick park)
Featuring a live performance by Jo Thomas and Visual Rhythms

Exhibition Opening Times:
Daily 9am - 5pm, 4 April until 4 May at London Gallery West, Watford Road, Harrow HA1 3TP (tube Northwick park)

FILMOBILE is supported by the University of Westminster, HEIF, London Westside, Centre for Research and Education in Art and Media (CREAM), London Gallery West, Immedia 24 and the new media eXchange. FILMOBILE is part of NODE.London Spring’08 season (