As part of its Pocket Films Festival Cahiers du cinema has a film by Jean-Claude Taki called Le Cahier froid. The film was shot entirely from a cell phone in February 2006. The film has no explicit narrative and resembles a cross between a Lumiere actualite and a Jean Epstein or Louis Delluc film. The narrative is supposed to be implied, just as we imagine the lives of strangers we encounter. It's hard to tell if these "pocket films" are supposed to expand the possibilities of the cinema or cell phone cameras, but Taki finds a way to use a cell phone camera that isn't voyeuristic yet seems to reveal some of the unconscious investments we make in these ubiquitous objects.