We found this mesmerizing little video to be addictive.
Your challenge here (if you choose to accept it,) is to watch this video without looking at the time shuttle. Also, find yourself if you can, in this societal morality play.
Short filmmakers around the world use the opportunity of the 48 Hour Film Project to focus and showcase their talents. The City Winners from over 120 cities worldwide gather for Filmapalooza to screen their work and to meet other filmmakers and the event producers.
This year it happens in Seattle between Mar 1 and 4. You can register to be a part of it at this page.
We believe that tears have many uses. (You can use them to lubricate a door hinge if you collect enough. And they also make a great salad dressing, if you mix them with whiskey and remorse.)
We challenge you to watch this clip to the end, and if you don’t experience tears, we’ll send you an AED to get your heart started again.
We won’t ask you if your tears were from hysteria or from the sadness of genius lost.
One cool thing though, his playmate is still running around loose. So keep your eyes peeled because we need this kind of laughter badly these days. (And meanwhile, we’re watching the last minute of that again, and now the tears are sadness.)
Filmmakers who participate in the 48 Hour Film Project often trend toward comedy because it easily wins the hearts of audiences. We just learned this weekend that the San Jose 48 Hour Film Project will return in April and will present awards to the winners in May.
Stay tuned here for more intel on this amazing time-based filmmaking challenge, or get over to their Facebook page and learn how you can get involved.