A few weeks ago I participated in the first ever Pittsburgh 48 Hour Horror Film Project, and guess what...? My team's entry "RUNNER" won best actress, best villain, and runner up for best film in the festival! If you're not familiar with 48 hour film projects, then let me get you up to speed: The 48 Hour Film Project is an event that takes place in different cities internationally throughout the year. Each team entered attends a meeting where they're given a movie genre, a character, a prop, and a line of dialogue. They then have 48 hours to write, film, edit, and deliver a short film using all of those elements. Fun, huh? I'm really proud of how the movie turned out and looking forward to working with Locust Street Entertainment on a lot of projects in the future. What do you think of the film? Check it out below.
(Warning: This is a horror film. It gets a little creepy)
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Have a horrible day!