The 48 Hour Film Project is a timed filmmaking contest in which teams draw a random genre, and are assigned a required character, line of dialogue, and prop. They must write, shoot, and edit a 4-7 minute film within 48 hours. Teams are then asked to create trailers for their films which are 48 seconds or less in length. This is a look back at the trailers for the ten films I have completed for the 48 Hour Film Project. I hope it demonstrates how the competition has made me and collaborators better filmmakers over the years.
– Behind the Scenes: Dragonfist (2010)
– The Blue Shield (2011)
– About a Film (2012)
– Rise of the Wuffins (2013)
– The Breadwinner (2014)
– The Wash (2014)
– So You Think You Can Jingle? (2015)
– Paved (2016)
– Twig (2017)
– Note to Self (2018)
All films were submitted to the Des Moines competition except for The Wash, which was submitted to the Chicago competition.