Live Action, Premiere
A man caught in a time-loop finds his life quickly flying out of control in James Price's delirious 'Spiral', a dark inversion of the Groundhog Day concept
Gems from this year’s Sci-Fi London 48hr film challenge seem to keep materialising into the DN mailbox, which frankly I’m all for. This time round
Following on from El Vez’s Eight Items post earlier today, here’s another entry from the 2012 Sci-Fi London 48hr film challenge. Shy Girl, from DN
Director Jake Wynne and his team ‘Superluminal2012’ create a short packed with intrigue and strong performances with Eight Items, a film created
With my filmic output of about 1 film in the last 10 years, I’m pretty jealous of people who can turn out fresh and inventive films in a 48 hour period.
48 hours can be a very long time, well that is unless you have to write, shoot, score and edit a kick ass 5 minute film called PRECISION, about a spunky time
Bored billionaires entertain themselves with flights of fancy in Rollo Wenlock’s V48 Hours Film Festival entry Remise. via videos.antville.org
Asides, Live Action
Lucas Krost pulled off the end of the world; in just 48hrs.
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