1. The Imperial - 48 Hour Film

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    from Brian Stansfield / Added

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    Dead City Films' Washington DC 48 Hour Film Project Entry. WINNER: Best Cinematography , Best Editing This film was written, shot, edited and produced in 48 hours. A genre was drawn out of a hat (detective/cop) and the universal line of dialog "we're hoping things will change" , prop (ID badge) , and character Coach Ivan Pagoda. Also, Special Thanks to DC Camera for the Steadicam, Thanks Erich! www.48hourfilm.com www.brianstansfield.com www.dc-camera.com www.kyledrexler.com rsprod.com

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    • Tunneling

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      from Ten Ten Productions / Added

      3,795 Plays / / 47 Comments

      In the near future, artificial body parts can be purchased on the streets to transform a person's outward appearance. A man must reveal the truth to the wife he loves that he is really a woman. How will his wife react to such a revelation? CAST Elsa Parent-Koenig William Pelletier Hara Kang CREW Directed by - James Huang Story - Massimo Crapanzano, Alexander Lau, Michael Yoon, Chin Yu Written by - Chin Yu Producers - Massimo Crapanzano, Alexander Lau, Chin Yu Executive Producer - James Huang Cinematographer - Massimo Crapanzano Assistant Camera - Michael Yoon Gaffer - Michael Lamarra Assistant Director - Alexander Lau Art Director - Areum Jung Sound Recordist - Tonton Makoot Editor - Emma Arnold Colorist - Chin Yu Composer - Mike Higbee Special Thanks - Muni Shinobu Shot with Blackmagic Cinema Camera 4K Colored on DaVinci Resolve Edited on Final Cut Pro

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      • IN LIMBO - 48 Hour Film Project

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        from Richard van der Laan / Added

        1,898 Plays / / 39 Comments

        IN LIMBO. Short film made for the 48 Hour Film Project 2013 in Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) The longer you remain in Limbo, the more you'll lose yourself. Directors : Robert Kalverda and Wietske de Vries Producers : Robert Kalverda and Wietske de Vries Scenario : Wietske de Vries and Wytse de Boer Cinematography & Camera : Richard van der Laan Executive producer: Paul Faber With: Henny Rinsma, Ineke Buma en Wytse de Boer Music: Score - Cees Hiep, Song: Diff Lighting: Capser Avi Setz and Sieger Rinsma Lighting and production assistant: Frederik Boomsma Hair and make up: Shaya Kharag-Ram en Boukje Namminga Production assistants: Henk Leutscher, Roeie Sijbenga, Dennis Keeskamp, Paulien Dijkstra, Wybren Nauta Set Photography: Heleen Haijtema, Poster design: Heleen Haijtema and Jos Blomsma Camera : Panasonic GH2 Driftwood MOON T7 Lens : Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f2.8 G ED + Meta Bones SpeedBooster Gear : Sachtler FSB-4 75 CF, Gini Follow Focus Rig, Lilliput monitor Light : ARRI 650 Plus Tungsten Fresnel Light, Some theater fresnel spots

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        • Bugs Burning [Eng Subt]

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          from Manuel Benito de Valle / Added

          1,653 Plays / / 37 Comments

          ***48 Hour Film project Audience Award (Seville 2011)*** We were given a genre (silent film), an object (envelope), a sentence ("You should meet my cousin"), a character (Manolo Montalbo, gym teacher) and 48 hours to write, shoot and cut a whole shortfilm. This is what came out of all that.

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          • The Bond - 48 Hour Scifi competition entry 2012

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            from Jamie Childs / Added

            1,967 Plays / / 24 Comments

            2012 Sci Fi London 48hr film challenge. Written, shot, edited, sound-designed and composed-for in 48 hours. Pretty much everything in this film was achieved for free due to a bunch of awesome people who were willing to work on it for no fee, and others helping us out with kit at no cost. We only decided to enter the competition on the Wednesday before it started, so finding crew was a mad rush though we ended up with a brilliant team. It was shot on a Red MX which was kindly supplied for free by a friend. The Red helped us to up the production value but caused us some major post issues - I think next time I will stick to shooting this kind of thing on my 7D. My old PC desktop took a right pounding over the 2 days. The editor has not been converted to PC that's for sure. Most props were also begged, stolen and borrowed except for a very few, mainly some clear tubing and plastic dust-sheets that I hung up on the walls around the room. It was all shot in our flat which was turned upside down for a couple of days but did the trick nicely. We had no sound recordist so all sound was done in post, with ADR and foley. This was very much a small, low-budget shoot with a very small crew of 8, and a chinese take-away to take us through the night. Everyone seemed to have fun and I met some great people that I hope to work with again. CAST: Harris: Douglas Rankine Amy: Aimie Long Soldier 1: Investigator: Russell Barnett Soldier 2: Adrian Bouchet CREW: Jamie Childs: director, art designer, sound designer, camera op, producer, writer Amelia Spencer: writer, producer Barney Davis: DOP George telling: camera assistant, gaffer Lisa Zipper: make up and FX Toby Caldecott: art assistant Thomas Howard: composer Erline O'Donovan: editor, colourist Special thanks to Belinda Norcliffe for helping us find Douglas as our main man, Chris Williams for finding me an art assistant, and Tom Ward at Sandstorm for giving us a camera.

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            • Splitter

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              from Ross Turner / Added

              2,667 Plays / / 19 Comments

              Entry in the Sci Fi 48 Hour Film Challenge 2011 Team Name: Lightmill Films Dialogue: There are just too many of them Prop: A spiral bound note pad with any 3 words written on it, beginning with A,R & T. We see a character write a fourth beginning with N Check us out on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LightmillFilms Follow us: http://www.twitter.com/LightmillFilms Please consider checking out our channel: http://vimeo.com/channels/lightmill

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              • One Step Forward

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                from Joel Marsh / Added

                1,778 Plays / / 16 Comments

                love in reverse. directed by joel marsh and ben crowell. written by all. cinematography by joel marsh. music by luke bradford. boston 48 hour film festival 2011: *winner: best film* *winner: best directing* *winner: best cinematography* *winner: best editing* *winner: audience award, group c* made for the boston 48 hour film project 2011. character: uncle hank or aunt henriette prop: chess piece line: "i didn't see that coming."

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                • PAGINA 23 | Short film

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                  from Jeroen Houben / Added

                  51K Plays / / 16 Comments

                  (English? Check out the subtitled version: http://vimeo.com/30016668) Deze film werd, samen met Tim Arts en Stefan van den Boogaard, gemaakt binnen 48 uur voor het 48 hour filmproject in Utrecht, 2011. www.pagina23.nl Genre: Sci-Fi Verplicht voorwerp: Bril Verplichte zin: "Schitterend mooi, maar hopeloos onpraktisch" Verplicht personage: Inge Talis, vrijwilliger CREDITS Regie & Scenario: Tim Arts, Jeroen Houben & Stefan van den Boogaard Productie: Jeroen Houben, Jessie Mentjox Director of photography: Dick Merx Gaffer: Mick van Herk Best Boy: Roel Neuraij Licht assistent: Kiki van Herk Boom-operator: Louk Voncken Productie assistent: Maarten Kuypers, Olya van Poppel Opnameleidster: Marel Jap-Sam Set-Dresser: Marianne Lock Styliste: Laurence Mensink Visagiste: Iris Zuidema Editor: Wouter van Luijn Muziek: Joris Titawano Titel sequentie: Jurjen Versteeg CAST Sven - Achmed Akkabi Vrouw - Liliana de Vries Vrijwilligster - Jessie Mentjox Vrouw op bed - Zara Dwinger Man op bank - Robin Alcedo-Overbosch Man in keuken - Maarten Kuypers SPECIALE DANK AAN Golden Eye Schram Studio's Habbekrats

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                  • Love

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                    from Tom Law / Added

                    11.4K Plays / / 16 Comments

                    I made this is two days, I really should of been writing an essay

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                    • Dream Job

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                      from P3Pictures / Added

                      2,896 Plays / / 15 Comments

                      We produced this video for the 2009 48 Hour Film Project in Portland, OR. Genre: Mocumentary Character: Brian Merryweather, Lab Technician Prop: Picture Frame Line of Dialog: "For crying out loud." Director Kilsington Langsworth documents college graduate Brian Merryweather's struggle to land a "dream job" in a tough economy. With an animal behavioral psychology degree in hand, Brian hopes for an offer from BioWhale Labs. In the meantime, Brian takes a position with a paranormal investigation company with surprising results. Shot with the Canon 5D Mark II and EF 28/1.8, 50/1.4, 85/1.8, and 200/2.8 L II lenses.

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