Short film "Snap"; made in November 2003, for the Entertainment Industry Incubator contest that takes place in Miami Beach at the beginning of each year.
The contest: they give you a "theme" (that year's was "twist") and you have 30 days to make a short film of maximum 5 minutes. Any story you want, with or without actors, experimental, documentary, etc; the only requirements are that you spend less than 500 dollars, and that it's about the theme they give you.
Directed by: Manolo Celi
Produced by: Alejandro Fenice
Written by: Julio Ondé
Director of Photography: Osvaldo Silvera
Music by: Ricardo Tinoco
Edited by: Juan Falla
The camera used was a Panasonic DVX-100.
The shoot took place in 3 and a half days (2 weekends).
It was shot on location in Hollywood, FL.
Edited and Color Corrected in Final Cut Pro.
It became the year's most awarded short film:
Best Directing, Best Short Film and Best Editing.