Creative Analogue Shorts Filmed with the LomoKino

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Got a few minutes to spare? Dive into this selection of five short films created by members of the Lomography community!

We’re all storytellers in our own right. We don’t need to have the awards and recognitions to prove it; if you have something to share, then you should just go ahead and do it. Go pick up a camera, a pen, or some art materials, and get to work in bringing that story into life to satisfy the storyteller in you. Also, who knows? It might just be your key to being recognized.

In this gallery post are videos shot by our very own community members with the super cool 35mm filmmaking camera, the *LomoKino*. We sifted through the LomoKino gallery just to find these quirky, creatively-made gems and put the well-deserved spotlight on them!

‘who’s afraid of the big bad wolf?’ by guanatos
‘LA DOGARESSA’ by artiach
‘Ghost on the Beach’ by satomi
‘The Sad Story of Princess Inés’ by susielomovitz
✘ Vimeo:<figcaption>‘The Boy Who Looks for Love’ by "reneg88":</figcaption>

The Lomography Sales Section has recently announced a batch of discount deals up to 75% off, and the Lomokino and LomoKinoscope Package is currently up for grabs with 25% slashed off the original price! Head on now to the Sales Section in the Online Shop to see all the awesome goodies you can score for less.

Enter a new analogue dimension with the LomoKino. Lomography’s own 35mm analogue movie camera allows you to capture action and immortalize your story on film! Shoot 144 frames on any 35mm film and create your own cinematic masterpieces. Want to watch your movie the old-school way? We also offer the LomoKino and LomoKinoscope package!

written by chooolss on 2014-01-14 #videos #lifestyle #35mm #short-film #lomokino #gallery-post


  1. chooolss
    chooolss ·

    Super cool, creative videos @guanatos @artiach @satomi @susielomovitz and @reneg88! :)

  2. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·


  3. guanatos
    guanatos ·

    wow thanks!! I love this statement : "We’re all storytellers in our own right. We don’t need to have the awards and recognitions to prove it"

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