Sundance Institute and GSM Association (GSMA) have unveiled the five original 'made for mobile' short films commissioned as part of the Sundance Film Festival Global Short Film Project.

In one of the first collaborations of its kind, six new and established independent film-makers created short films designed to be viewed on a mobile platform.

The five films are being shown exclusively at the GSMA's Congress in Barcelona this week with wide distribution to mobile audiences beginning Feb 15.

'We hope that the Global Short Film project inspires filmmakers and artists to think outside of the realm of traditional venues for cinema, and experiment with mobile as an intimate new avenue - with global potential - for their work,' John Cooper, director of programming for the Sundance Film Festival and creative director for
Sundance Institute, said.

The Sundance Film Festival Global Short Film Project films are:

A Slip In Time - Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris
A motion study of slapstick comedy.

Learning To Skateboard - Jody Hill
A corporate worker calls in sick and tries to learn how to ride a skateboard.

La Revolucion De Iguodala! - Justin Lin
One man's passionate message as it travels through various forms and agendas.

Los Viajes De King Tiny - Maria Maggenti
A small dog in Los Angeles takes off by himself while his owner is at work.

Reno - Cory McAbee.
A singing cowboy brags about his travels through Nevada on a Honda 50 to a store security camera.