Posts Tagged ‘48 hour’

Knitfix – Contest Version

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

This last weekend, we participated in a 48 hour film contest where we had to write, shoot, and edit a film based on an inspiration package we are supplied with.  It was an awesome weekend, packed with lots of hard work and minimal sleep.

We submitted our film at 7pm yesterday evening, then scampered back to my place for a screening at 9pm.  It was very well received among our friends, but we have to wait until the end of the month to find out how we rank against the other films in the contest.  The version of the film below is the one we completed for 7pm – the contest version.  There will be a re-edit before it’s released officially.

Also, remember to check out the behind the scenes photos in my photo album.

Quick Flick Challenge 2009 Elements

Friday, February 27th, 2009

We just entered into our annual 48 hour film contest, the Quick Flick Challenge, starting 7pm this Friday evening. We were provided with a randomly chosen inspiration package which must be used in our five minute film:

  • Location: Back alley
  • Object: Fisherman’s friend box with random contents (see photo below)
  • Character: Handyman
  • Line: It’s a dog’s breakfast.


Among other things, we will be judged on how well we incorporate our elements into our film. If you think you have an amazing idea based off this inspiration package, contact me or post it as a comment!

Check out some other current projects we have on the go.