Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project Group C|
Can you imagine writing, shooting, editing and scoring a movie all in 48 hours?
Once a year, in over 119 cities across the world, that's exactly what happens in The 48 Hour Film Project. The oldest and largest timed film competition in the world, this competition has really taken hold right here in Pittsburgh.
On July 12, 2013, 52 teams of Pittsburgh area filmmakers were given a prop, a character, a line of dialogue, a genre and 48 hours to make a 4-7 minute film. The winning film will go up against films from around the world.
Group C features 13 of those talented filmmakers:
Beginnings, "The Sacrifice" Jackie Druga
Blind Tiger Films, "Hello My Name Is Abraham Lewbowitz" Josh Hausman
Casual Dragon, "48" Jeff Burgess
Countdown Productions, "Bicycle" Rebecca Schwabe
Dark Pixel Media, "The Neighbor" rob roberts
DuBois Business College, "Broken Down" Chad Barnard
Gold Bug Productions, "Welcome To Bad Singing" Raj Pandravada
Jam & Coco, "Blue Note" Connyre Corbett
Oneida Films, "J's Apartment" Franklin Carpio
Pyrite Productions, "Pink Lemonade" Tim Roberts
Sinister Dream Productions, "Bloody Good Knives" Nick Kizina
Team Thrive, "The Protector" Alex Rodia
TK Knockout , "Codex" Kirsten Spalding
The Hollywood Theater (View)
1449 Potomac Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
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