Friday, November 16, 2007


Let's say you want to make a movie. The problem is you have no budget, no movie camera, no movie film and no craft services table. Even worse, you live in Bulgaria. But you can still get your project made with Papermovie.

Depending on how you look at it, Papermovie is either an evolved storyboard or a lo-fi movie - so lo-fi that the pictures don't move.

Printed in flyer form, these movies are distributed for free in clubs, cafes, sports centers, cinemas, shops, tattoo studios, universities, subway stations, beaches and prisons. To see the whole story you have to collect all the flyers. Or you can visit and read the stories while listening to their original soundtracks.

Papermovie is an end in itself. It's not a guerrilla marketing concept for a studio release or the pitch for a Project Green Light type reality show.

It doesn't get any more indie than this.

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