This is not quite the version we turned in for 48 Hour Film Project.
The reason I am uploading this version is that I don't have time to get to the computer that has that version on it and I wanted to give everyone involved a chance to see something!
The differences between this version and the one turned in are there isn't any color correction done on this version and the audio (while not perfect when we turned in the other version either) was better in the "final" version.
I'll get that version up as soon as I can and there will be a couple of other versions coming too, including the "Director's Cut" and the "Editor's Cut" and the "Producer's Cut".
There is also a Behind-The-Scenes documentary coming soon.
What is a 48 Hour Film Project?
Teams compete to make a complete film in 48 hours. Friday night at 7 PM you are given a line of dialogue, a character name and an object that must appear in your movie. You also select from a hat, a random genre (out of 14).
The Elements for this particular project were:
Character: Tim or Tilda Tanner, Forensic Investigator
Prop: a decorative pin
Line of Dialogue: "Tell me what's on your mind."
The genre we pulled: "Musical or Western", we went with western.
All creative aspects from writing to shooting to producing the DVD must be done within the 48 hours and turned in.
Read more about our team's weekend adventure here:
More information about Quintessential Studios and this film can be obtained at:
Shot on one Panasonic AG-HVX200.
Six computers were used in the post-production process
(5 Macs and 1 PC)
PC was a laptop for unloading digital footage
Mac Pro was main editing machine
Two Macbook Pros were used for addtional scene edits
One G4 was used for adding sound
One Macbook Pro was used for song/soundtrack
Logic Studio was used for music
Edited on Final Cut Pro
Deliverable was high definition H.264 on USB drive