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My 48 Hour Film!


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so I entered a competition to create a movie in 48 hours. alot went wrong including loosing one of the writers, and the DP just hours before (sickness) and was forced to have the assistant director be the dp because the assistant dp broke his arm!

however, it was fun, although it didn't turn out as good as I thought it could have. I think the score came out nice, and the story was pretty good too, although the camera work is a little shaky.

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http://www.exquisite-video.com/48hour/ - site with info
http://www.exquisite-video.com/48hour/48hour.mov -direct link to movie.

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I just watched it. Great job. The camera work was fine. The actors were pretty decent lol.

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Awesome job for a 48 hour turnaround. What camera(s) are you shooting with?
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lighting was ish in a couple shots but im sure that you did what you could. acting and editing was good and the story was definately good.

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Very well put together. Amazing that you did it in 48 hours!

Nice captivating story too!

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yeah lighting was lacking because electricity was lacking and we didn't have enough time to set up generators and run long wires. we used what we had. we shot it with a dvx100b with a 35mm adaptor... we had an xl2 but only used it at at parts because we were not submitting true 16x9 and it was just to heavy. Hopefully the camera work will be better next year if our DP does not get sick.

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