By Jacob Combs | Thompson on Hollywood July 3, 2014 at 11:53AM
Thanks to the smartphones in our pockets, we are all filmmakers these days--or potential ones at least. In honor of that, it's time to set those phones free, people: the Original iPhone Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its 2014 festival.
There's no fee to enter, and submissions can be made through November 30. The requirements are pretty straightforward: films can be up to five minutes long, and must be shot on any iOS device.
There will be be four categories in this year's festival: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Music Video and a new Student Directors/Under 18 contest.
This year's installment of the mobile-focused festival will be judged by industry bigwigs in both tech and film, including Yahoo! Tech's David Pogue, A+E Indiefilms's Molly Thompson, Macworld's Jason Snall, director Marcus Nispel and producer Jason Kliot.
The full rules and information regarding submissions can be found on the Original iPhone Film Festival's website.