48 Hour Film Project – San Diego Premier

Posted on July 30, 2013

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YES you can make a movie in 48 hours! I know that now for sure, having just gone through the process with a cast and crew of 31 people, working very hard, on little to no sleep. The 48 Hour Film Project is an international competition in 120 cities with over 60,000 participants.

http://48hourfilm.com/en/about/history.php

We were given a Genre, a Prop, Line, and Character to use in the film, and set off to GO at 7pm Friday July 12.  Sunday July 14 at 6:45 pm I was racing (I did break a few speeding laws) to the turn in location to drop of our completed, edited, horror film of 6 minutes and 50 seconds (must be longer than 4 minutes and shorter than 7). All writing, shooting, editing and scoring must be completed in just 48 hours.

So NOW is the time to see it and other short films made in San Diego by over 1000+ people and more than 62 teams.  http://48hourfilm.com/en/sandiego/

Come out and support – OUR FILM is R.I.P. Directed by Terry Ross who runs Acting Professionally acting workshops, showcases, coaching, and has been in the business for 20+ years in front of and behind the camera.

The premier for our Steampunk Horror film is July 31, 2013 at Reading Gaslamp Theaters 701 5th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101. 

These are the production companies that created films, which will be shown in Screening Group C July 31, 2013 6:30 pm:

Bad and Classic Productions, John Redlinger
Balestra , Linda Skeens
God’s Own Country Films, S.G. Nair
Ivan Claysburgh Productions, Nathaniel Stone
Preposterous Films, Joseph Castanho
Royal Shovel, Paul Crim
Society Art, Michael Novido
TBD, David Dawson
TRI Acting Academy, Johnny Warriner
Wavelength Productions, Karina Gerschler
Yonder, Michael Thomas
zAP Productions, Terry Ross

This was such a fun experience, I had to share with my Travel Blog followers, whether you live in or near San Diego or not.

Here are some of the photos from our filming weekend (photos by Lisa Winans and Faelynn Paterson).

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