The world's first ever iPod film festival is in full swing.

Movie enthusiasts at Flux have called for entries for the competition. The winners will be elected by a public vote.

The organisers explain: "Filmmakers all over the world have sent their films to be part of this innovative festival. Now it's up to you to pick our winners."

Entries have come from eleven countries. All the movies are available to download in a format that will play on iTunes or on an iPod with video. You can download a movie, watch it and then vote. Voting is limited to one daily vote per movie.

The Flux aims to offer site visitors a vast collection of short student and independent films. It's free to submit movies and also to register and vote.

At the end of the first week of voting, the lowest ranking films will be eliminated. Voting ends April 15th.

The site still wants more movie makers to get involved, the organisers said: "If you're creating student films, we'd love to have your films on the site. If you're an independent filmaker creating short films, come join our filmmaking community. Look around and tell us what you think. Your input will make the fastest growing site for short films even better."

The site also offers a weekly podcast, in which site administrators talk about the best films received each week.