We are consistently impressed with the work that comes from Ovation Pictures’ Christian Pizzirani and Jason Salazar. This latest addition to what is rapidly becoming a “body of work,” was their contribution to the horror genre.
C’mon dude! When the man says, “don’t go in the basement,” what are you gonna do?
Even shouting at her on the YouTube screen didn’t help. One little wine spill and she’s beelining for the downstairs door.
We always wondered what it looks like in Jefferson Banks’ house!
We’ve read Dante, but we never really saw it quite this well.
If you’ll take about five minutes right now you can get a peek at what it’s really like in hell.
We recommend watching the first couple of minutes of this, and then set the time index to 5:20 and enjoy the conclusion.
Then, if you can’t resist, you’ll be glad to learn that this is the first of an 8 part series on YouTube. Enjoy the rest if you dare. Skip it if you fear not the torment of your everlasting soul.
Veteran 48 Hour Film Project Team, It Donned On Me, gave us this entry in the 2008 competition for San Francisco.
In this suspenseful tale, Gloria Lorenz has someone follow her through an eventful day. Take a few moments now and find out what happens to her.
What ideas will you think of for your next adventure?
If you’ve been watching Ikea Heights, it’s about time you see their 2009 Halloween special. And if you haven’t become a fan of the series yet, then get yourself to the first episode and watch the ones that lead up to this explosion!
No matter what you choose to do here, have fun!
Now YOU’RE free too!
Veterans of the San Jose night life scene may recognize many of the settings used in this short film by Frank Door and Element 151. We liked the authentic feel of the evening created by the film.
We invite you to enjoy Whiskey Dreams.
What we mean is, this seems authentic based upon what our friends tell us.
Yeah, that’s what we mean!
We love this tale of a butcher and his dog. It’s nicely done and brings both characters alive in our imagination.
Take a couple of moments to get a smile from The Dog and The Butcher.
We feel like we’ve seen this before at an awards ceremony somewhere. Maybe it was at Campus Movie Fest, or maybe it was another festival. Certainly it’s a winner.
…we usually focus here on content that you’ll find online rather than things you’d see in the movie theater.
However, one of the richest veins of online content today is video designed to teach you something. In the past, we’ve pointed at a couple of the finest TED lectures, and this time we want to share one of the most inspiring lectures that an emerging filmmaker can encounter.
Robert Rodriguez’ wonderful Ten Minute Fim School is thrilling, and consistent with his style, the video has a gritty feel.
We strongly recommend his book (Rebel Without a Crew) as solid followup to this video. But he already told you what you need to know. Get out there and make a movie. That’s what a filmmaker does.
If you enjoyed this, then a YouTube playlist with other clips from Rodriguez’ series can be seen here.