Each summer in San Jose and San Francisco, the 48 Hour Film Project provides an opportunity for independent filmmakers to stretch their craft and to find out what they’re really made of.
Teams that participate regularly, such as “It Donned On Me,” “Square Marden,” and “Film Antics” have shown considerable stamina, creativity, and commitment to craft. Each of these teams has delivered over half a dozen films to the competition and each has taken home multiple awards.
This latest entry from Film Antics is quite possibly their best ever. Take a look and see if you can agree.
You can read more about the making of the film at Raymond Arunda’s blog, The Debonair Rogue.