The Boston 48 Hour Film Project is one of the most competitive and one of the longest-running in the 90 city field. This 2011 winner demonstrates just what magic can be created in just the space of a weekend.
If you don’t believe that 7 minutes on screen is enough to tell a compelling story, we invite you to take a look at this charmer.
San Francisco filmmakers have recently completed their competition weekend and the films are currently screening.
We invite you to see the San Francisco entries in screening groups C and D. (Premiering at the Lumiere Theater on Tue 6/21 and Wed 6/22).
There’s nothing like being there for the first night.
This entry from the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project 2010 season brought together a large alliance of Bay Area talent.
One fan of the film told us quietly, “Sit forward in your seat, see with your heart, and there’s a payoff at the end of this journey. I’m really glad I saw this story.”
We have to agree.
The 2011 competition kicks off tonight with nearly 60 teams out to create a short film in only two days. The films will be submitted on Sunday night and they will be screened in San Francisco beginning on Wed, June 15. You can get tickets now if you’d like to see what magic these filmmakers will create.
Two great tastes that go great together.
There has been a definite explosion of cooking shows in the webseries domain. So if you want to start a new one, you have to find a creative approach.
So here’s a good receipe. Take 3 parts Adorable Hannah Hart, add 2 fifths of tequila in a mason jar, and throw in some taco fixings for atmosphere — stir well and enjoy!
Be sure you hire someone to clean up afterward.