The Disposable Film Festival held it’s premier last night at the historic Castro Theatre. In it’s 6th year, the festival operates under the tagline “Film is too important to be left to the professionals,” and features movies made on everyday technology like iPhones and digital cameras. There was creativity abound in the 22 competitive shorts that premiered, with top honors going to Malaria, a smart and stylish animation from Edson Oda out of Brazil. If you missed last nights festivities, don’t worry, DFF is holding events all weekend long here in San Francisco before they take their show on the road. And if you’re inspired to participate yourself, they’re already taking submissions for next year.

The Disposable Film Festival held it’s premier last night at the historic Castro Theatre. In it’s 6th year, the festival operates under the tagline “Film is too important to be left to the professionals,” and features movies made on everyday technology like iPhones and digital cameras. There was creativity abound in the 22 competitive shorts that premiered, with top honors going to Malaria, a smart and stylish animation from Edson Oda out of Brazil. If you missed last nights festivities, don’t worry, DFF is holding events all weekend long here in San Francisco before they take their show on the road. And if you’re inspired to participate yourself, they’re already taking submissions for next year.