At Least It Flies Like a Chicken

The team that brought in this entry to the 2010 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project knew they had done a good job, but didn’t dream walking in the door that they were holding the City Winner for that year. They also carted off awards for top Cinematography, Screenplay, and Ensemble Acting.

We hope you enjoy this tale of castaways known as “Albatross”

You can see what Joshua Izenberg and the crew from chronsynclastic-infundibulum create this year. Just plan to join us for the Premiere Screenings of the 2013 films at the Clay Theater in San Francisco between June 5-13. Full details are at the San Francisco city page or on the Facebook brand page.

We hope to see you there.

A Winning Strategy?

For nearly as long as the 48 Hour Film Project has been in the Bay Area, the talented folks from the filmmaking team It Donned On Me have been submitting memorable entries. Sometimes inspiring, sometimes hilarious, and always charming.

In 2011 for the 48 Go Green competition in San Francisco, these filmmakers turned in their take on what would happen if you mashed Family Guy with The Office and turned it into a 7 minute short made in just one weekend.

We invite you to enjoy Double Down.

This film took home an acting award, just another in an impressive string of them for this intrepid team. They’ll be competing this year again in the 11th San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project. You can be on hand to see what they create by attending the premiere screenings between June 5-13 at the Clay Theater.

It’s sure to be entertaining.

SF 48HFP Screening Group D

These are the teams in Screening Group D for the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project.

Their films will screen at the Clay Theater in San Francisco on Thursday, June 13 at 9pm PDT.

Tickets are available online now.

They are:

DVIants Natashia Stevenson
Film Antics Juan Sotelo
SixtySixers with Fifi & Fanny Tom McElroy
Team Rock!t Lara Brecher
Roth Rind Productions Roth Rind
PerroCaliente Sean Christopher
PixieDayWalker Films Eming Piansay
Fish Eye Films Mike Malament

Good luck to all of you. Don’t forget to read the rules!

Don’t forget teams: start planning your PR right now. Get more fans in the seats at the screening, and have that much push for your Audience Choice award. Also, we award “style points” for teams that make movie posters, create marketing collateral, make 48-second trailers and more. So pile on as much fun as you can stand.  Make this a grand adventure.

SF 48HFP Screening Group C

These are the teams in Screening Group C for the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project.

Their films will screen at the Clay Theater in San Francisco on Tuesday, June 11 at 9pm PDT.

Tickets are available online now.

The teams are:

  • chrono-synclastic infundibulum – Joshua Izenberg
  • Moviefilm Cinemas – Peter Allen
  • SF Impact Films – Rain Dove Dubilewski
  • Chinese Takeout – Timothy Hahn
  • L.I.F.E – John Neira
  • TimeForge Studios – Amitabh Garg
  • Seventy Nine – Emmanouil Mothonaios
  • Weird and Grimy – Eugene Kim
  • Whiskey films – Rich Glennon
  • Marrvelous Films – David Marr

Good luck to all of you. Don’t forget to read the rules!

Don’t forget teams: start planning your PR right now. Get more fans in the seats at the screening, and have that much push for your Audience Choice award. Also, we award “style points” for teams that make movie posters, create marketing collateral, make 48-second trailers and more. So pile on as much fun as you can stand.  Make this a grand adventure.

SF 48HFP Screening Group B

These are the teams in Screening Group B for the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project.

Their films will screen at the Clay Theater in San Francisco on Thursday, June 6 at 7pm PDT.

Tickets are available online now.

The teams are:

  • RadioActive Studios – Mark Garoutte
  • trivedipictures – Deborah Trivedi
  • eyeQ Films Richard Lopez
  • Flat Quack Films – Stefan Perez
  • Moderate Hike Productions – Samantha Wilson
  • Liber8d Pictures – Ernie Rafanan
  • the lying llamas – Naureen Virani
  • Monday Night Video – Club Rey Flemings
  • Hi and Bye Productions – Alexander Deguzman
  • TagTeam Delta – Louis Martinez
  • RoShamBo – Rusty Lindgren

Good luck to all of you. Don’t forget to read the rules!

Don’t forget teams: start planning your PR right now. Get more fans in the seats at the screening, and have that much push for your Audience Choice award. Also, we award “style points” for teams that make movie posters, create marketing collateral, make 48-second trailers and more. So pile on as much fun as you can stand.  Make this a grand adventure.

SF 48HFP – Screening Group A

These are the teams in Screening Group A for the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project.

Their films will screen at the Clay Theater in San Francisco on Wednesday, June 5 at 7pm PDT.

Tickets are available online now.

They are:

  • Douche and Barnacle Productions – Adam Morrison
  • Barewitness Films – Matthew Gardner
  • Team 5 Productions – Susie Heyden
  • Dudeth Productions – Daniel Rosen
  • Someday Ortega Pictures – Jess Ortega
  • Square Marden – Richard Gali
  • 938 – Wesley Cayabyab
  • It Donned On Me – Evan Donn
  • Storycake – Edwin Chang
  • SIDE FILMS – CARLOS F PUERTOLAS

Good luck to all of you. Don’t forget to read the rules!

Don’t forget teams: start planning your PR right now. Get more fans in the seats at the screening, and have that much push for your Audience Choice award. Also, we award “style points” for teams that make movie posters, create marketing collateral, make 48-second trailers and more. So pile on as much fun as you can stand.  Make this a grand adventure.

The Virtue of Healthy Eating

We’ve seen a number of remarkable entries in the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project from the folks at Chinese Takeout. After their audience favorite in 2010 (Okiku) and their city-winning entry in 2011 (How the Spot Was Won), they had rendered themselves a tough act to follow.

We were pleased to see them meet the challenge by turning in this story as their competition entry for 2012. We invite you to enjoy Organique.

Chinese Takeout returns to the competition for the 2013 season and you can be there to see what they create this year.

Just make plans to be at the premiere screenings in the Clay Theater between June 5 and 13. Full details and links for tickets can be found at the official San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project city page.

We hope to see you there.