Our entry for the 2016 "50 Hour Slam" film festival.
Each group is given 50 hours to write, shoot, and edit a film together based of the parameters drawn randomly, and given to each group.
This year's included the following that had to be put into the film:
LOCATION: Film must use one of 3 selected historic Spokane locations within historic neighborhoods. Our film features "The Shop" from Perry District.
VISUAL ELEMENT: Each film must incorporate the line "Have you ever been to a farm? It's not for everyone."
THEME: Each team is given a style of dance, as described, and interpreted by a local Spokane dance choreographer. The team must incorporate elements of this video in the overall theme.
Random "EASTER EGG" - Someone in the film must be sprayed with a hose."
For more info, check out 50hourslam.com