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Friday, July 31, 2009

48-hour film project kicks off

Posted By on Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 4:17 PM



Just an hour and half until hundreds of local folks start running around trying to write, produce, score and edit a short film in two days time. At 6 p.m. tonight, each team gets the character, prop and line of dialogue its required to include in its film, and by 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, they've got to have a finished product to be eligible for prizes.

Then, all the films screen Aug. 10-11 at Riverdale, and the "best of" show a week later, also at Riverdale.

Below, I've posted all the participating teams, their team leader and when their film screens.

Go Team Arkansas Times! It's helmed by easily the most talented guy on staff, David Koon, with several other staffers pitching in. I think they've got a chance. Group A
Screening on Monday, August 10th, at 7 p.m. & 8:45 p.m.

Amalgamated Motion Pictures, Drake Mann
Ducks in a Pond, Levi Agee
Faded Picture Films, Charlie Brady
Front Yard Productions, Walt Sandusky Peterson
Guest Stars, Gordon Swaim
My Place Productions, Victor Werner
pinnacle point productions, Andrew McMurry
Platypus Pictures, Heather Smith
Riding Dinosaurs, Dustin Ridling
Sneak of Weasels, Kelly Hight
360 Filmworks, Tommy Walker
Team Sucker Punch, Chris Jameson
Down River Productions, David Bogard
Roadkill Pictures, Courtnay Richards
Group B
Screening on Tuesday, August 11th, at 7 p.m. & 8:45 p.m.

Team Argenta, Tim Vahsholtz
Team Arkansas Times, David Koon
wabbit productions, Josh Burns
Double LeRoy, Guy Booher
iiwii, Scott Edge
Build 20, Bryan Stafford
Random56, Nicholas Asman
MIT Creation Science Labs, Joe Ankeny
A Lost Ear Pursuit, Les Galusha
Trailer Trash Productions, Chris Wilks
Underdog Films, Eli Murray
Brick Hut Productions, Matt Owen
Jack of all trades, Lorenzo Balderas
Atomic Productions, Chase Arrington

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