Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project Group D|
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 D features 13 of those talented filmmakers:
Colourpuzzle Productions, "Fem and Fatal" Brendan Joyce
dogboydog, "Mommy and Daddy" Chris Boehm
Falling October Productions, "It's Not Sugar" Alexander Cronin
Film Qui Changent, "Dobito Ergo Cognito" Dulce Gross
Hotel Nowhere, "Darned To Hell" Dillon Diatlo
Jeff Zoet Visuals, "The Way To A Woman's Heart" Jeff Zoet
Meet the Buckets, "The Saviors" Madalene Spezialetti
MGBGFilms, "Hijack City" Bryan Ghingold
Rocket Pop Seekers, "Not Cheering Now" Ellen Lyons
Suspek Productions, "Soul For Fame" Sam Harris
Team Rocckz, "A Semi Automatic Life" Chris Mielo
The Incredible Interns, "The Last Pitch" Angela Donatelli
Vandelay Productions, "The Last Straw" Lance Andrews
The Hollywood Theater (View)
1449 Potomac Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
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