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August 11th, 2010

This is a long overdue blog post. I’ve literally been on the run since the 48 Hour Project to the point I hadn’t had the time to sit down and really decompress the whole experience. Here’s an excerpt of my blog post from last year that explains the concept of the 48 Hour Film Project. The way it works has stayed the same so I might as well use the quote feature.

Teams gather together on Friday evening, there each pulls a genre out of a hat for their film. Also all teams are given a character’s name and occupation, a line of dialogue and an object that must appear in the film. Once all elements are handed out, the insanity begins. The clock starts ticking. A copy of the film has to be delivered in person Sunday evening.

This years compulsories were DWIGHT/DANETTE WILLIAMS-Party Planner, a CD, and the line “How do I look?”
Our team drew the genre ADVENTURE SERIAL
We only had five minutes to go before we handed it off this year, but we did make it on time. As of this writing the showings for the 48 Hour Project have come and gone. We made the cut from the initial four screenings to be included in the BEST OF RICHMOND screening the following weekend. Where we were selected to take home the BEST SFX and BEST USE OF CHARACTER awards. Which is pretty awesome if you ask me!

We continue to try and find ways to streamline and refine our production pipelines. This year on a whole ran much smoother than previous years. And I’d like to believe that it shows up in the final product.

It’s incredibly inspiring to have the opportunity to work with such a large group of amazingly talented folks.

To be continued?

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