Since the 48 Hour Film Project is kicking off this month, I figured I’d update my tips and repost. So, you’re crazy enough to have signed up for the 48 Hour Film Project and now you’re Googling away, trying to make that awful feeling in the pit of your stomach go away by researching and… Continue reading 20 Beginner Tips for 48 Hour Film Project Survival
OK, just when I think this film has run its course, it jumps back into the spotlight. Cooper O’Brien and the Magical Moustache was chosen to be included in the official selection for the Wet Your Pants Comedy Film Festival. This short film was shot in July 2010 as part of the 48 Hour Film… Continue reading Wet Your Pants Comedy Film Festival!
Just reading a 48 hour film project recap from a Twitter follower in another city, I realized I never posted about ours. I guess I was too wiped out from the weekend. Yeesh. Here’s a brief summary of ours. It took place July 29th-31st. We met up at Jeremiah’s cute house on the south side… Continue reading 48 Hour Film Recap – 2011
Well, it’s the calm before the storm again. The 48 Hour Film Project kicks off next Friday in Indianapolis. In about 6 days, 21 hours and 10 minutes, I’ll be in a very crowded Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, surrounded by rapid local filmmakers, drawing a piece of paper from a fish bowl that will… Continue reading 48 Hour Film Project 2011!
A short film I served as a production assistant on last summer, “Leah not Leia”, will be premiering at the Hamilton 16 IMAX on Friday July 1st! The festivities start just before midnight on Friday evening, starting with some short films and trailers from other local filmmakers, including one I co-edited and production managed for… Continue reading Leah not Leia premiere and another Moustache screening..
Last week, I got an email letting me know that the 2011 48 Hour Film Project tour was kicking off this month. Is it really that time already? I still haven’t recovered from last time. We’re signed up to officially participate this year. Indy’s dates are the last weekend in July again. I was thinking… Continue reading 18 Tips for a Successful 48 Hour Film Project
Our film ended up winning Best Film at ThreeFest last weekend. Yay!
I (somehow) edited Cooper O’Brien down from its 5 minute runtime to 3 minutes to submit to a short short film festival in South Bend called 3fest. I wasn’t sure I’d be able to trim nearly 2 minutes from it without compromising the story (as it was already extremely compact as it was), but it… Continue reading 3fest
I’m going to be submitting our 48 hour film short to another short film fest called 3fest (trying to ride this one film we made out as long as possible obviously). The problem was it was about 5 minutes long and obviously 3fest has a maximum runtime of 3 minutes, so I needed to trim… Continue reading It takes an army…
Our 48 hour film project participation and win was apparently published in the fall edition of Informatics, our alma mater’s bi-yearly magazine. Too bad they didn’t publish the picture I emailed them too. Ah well. This magazine is mailed to students and alumni of Informatics, and will be sitting in the various school lobbies throughout… Continue reading Informatics Magazine