Tuesday, July 30, 2013

"The Spy Who Fleeced Me" - One Night Showing

Update:  There will be an announcement soon for the free night in which all films will be shown, so stay tuned!

Recently, Ed Griffith called up and wanted to peruse talent that will be appearing in "The Muley and Friends Show" (on which he will be Director of Photography and a Co-Director) among other talent from our great city! 

The 48 Hour Film Competition was our event.  Friday, July 26, 2013, we met at The Cove on Broad Avenue for the start of the event.  At 7pm we drew our genre:  Spy Film.  They gave us our "have to be in the film" items next: Character: Christine Cherry, Bartender. Phrase: give me some kind of sign. Prop: Bell.  Could we do it?

Immediately following we met back at our studio home and hashed out the story line details, writing from 8pm until midnight, and we had a script.

Saturday, July 27, filming began at 10am and ran through 8pm.  Editing through Sunday, July 28, when the DVD was turned in at 7pm.

Now, Tuesday, July 30, all 20 groups who participated will be showing their approximately 7-minute movies at Studio on the Square.  Group A will begin at 7pm, while our group, Group B, will show at 9pm.  Entry is $10 at the door.  If you come see the movie tonight, bring your sketchbook and get a free drawing of the lead character in the film!

So, come out (or thanks if you did) to see "The Spy Who Fleeced Me!"
You'll be glad you did!


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