48 Hour Film Project: Live Interview
Right, so. I haven’t posted about the 48 hour film project even though it went on two weeks ago. Couple reasons.
First, the usual excuse about having lots of work to do on Descendants, Sandrima, etc.
Secondly, I wanted to wait and see if we won the Audience Choice award before posting, because what a great end to the story that would have been. But we didn’t, so there you go.1
did a podcast interview about the experience that I thought covered the bases nicely, plus it’s much nicer for both of us if it’s audio instead of text — you can do other things while you listen, and I don’t have to type the thing in the first place.
So, instead of writing it up, you can listen to my interview over at Filmmaking Central.
And if you found my blog via Filmmaking Central in the first place, hi! Feel free to peruse the archives, and I hope to see you around here again.
- The one that did win was a film called “Stuck”, a detective story executed in a single unbroken Steadicam shot. I heart unbroken Steadicam shots, especially when well-executed — and this one was great, especially for such a short timeframe to orchestrate the thing — so I can’t begrudge them for winning. Hell, I voted for them.↩