Need a Direction?

Perhaps you know where you’re going. Perhaps you don’t. Perhaps you think you know and have something to learn.

The protagonist in this stylized tale may or may not be clear about that, but there’s one thing he knows for sure.

Enjoy this award-winning entry from the San Jose 48 Hour Film Project, and find out for yourself.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/14198483]

The latest film from Tumult Productions will premiere Thursday, Feb 24th at the Lumiere Theater in San Francisco.

Get tickets now to enjoy more than a dozen new independent films with an eco theme.

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Tastes Like The Real Thing

Can one meal change your life forever? Take a look at this winning entry in the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project from 2010 and see for yourself.

Judges and audiences alike responded with enthusiasm to this tale of creativity and survival.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/13273419]

The creators of this film will premiere their latest — an entry in the 48 Go Green competition on Thursday. Don’t miss this opportunity to see more than a dozen independent films being shown to audiences for the first time ever.

Tickets for the show are available here.

(https://tickets.landmarktheatres.com/ticketing.aspx?theatreid=225)

Hero With a Past

How does a former world travelling adventurer spend his middle aged years? Jefferson Banks seems not to believe that cold calling with insurance deals is the right path.

So what will he do when his wife is kidnapped by the son of his arch-nemesis? Take a look at this entry in the San Jose 48 Hour Film Project to see the outcome.

The team that gave us this hilarious film will premiere their latest at the 48 Go Green screenings on Thursday.

See Ovation Pictures latest along with more than a dozen competing entries at San Francisco’s Lumiere theater. Tickets are available here.

(https://tickets.landmarktheatres.com/ticketing.aspx?theatreid=225)

Another Surprise

We don’t often find online clips as long as 11 minutes that we feel compelled to share.

We firmly believe that the sweet spots for online placement are 1 minute, 4 minutes, and 7 minutes for “long form” work. Differ if you wish, but in the coming times, we’ll stand behind this presumption. (We suspect that the marks are about to move toward lower numbers after a while.)

We also tend to shun clips that describe things; we much prefer to be shown.

So here we are with a long clip and it’s all talk. Well, is it?  Take a look and see for yourself — but we are certain of one thing. You are very likely to agree this was worth watching, and it’s safe for work.

Actually, your boss wants you to watch this clip at work! See if you don’t find yourself giving more value after you enjoy this!