Monday, June 13, 2011

Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project - VISION Philms

I can't say enough to thank everyone on the VISION Philms team!  I can't believe how much fun we had!  Huge thanks to

Crew and Writers: Laura Asherman, Chris Rhodes, Dane Jefferson, Kari Mackey, Isaiah Mackey
Cast:  Doye Travis, Kari Mackey, Dane Jefferson, Breanna McDaniel, Peter Webb, and Isaiah

Shout out to Jacquay Waller and the good folks at Dream Catcher Productions who were out having a blast making movie magic as well.


Premiere Screenings

Date: June 17, 18
Time: Various
Place: Plaza Atlanta, 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave, NE Atlanta, GA 30306
Tickets: $8, $10 (Purchase them here...)
The 48 Hour Film Project is back in Atlanta for the 10th Year in 2011! Hundreds of the Atlanta region's most adventurous, creative, and daring filmmakers have formed dozens of teams. On the weekend of June 10-12, they will bring a concept from script to post, in just 48 Hours. Then on Friday June 17 & Saturday June 18, we unleash this wild menagerie of films on the big screen at the historic Plaza Theatre. You never know what you're going to get when you attend a 48 Hour Film Project show. But you are always guaranteed a raucous good time! Meet the filmmakers at a post-screening Q&A after each screening! Door Prizes! Surprises! Vote for your favorite films! Best Of Films will air on XFINITY On Demand. The film with the most views in a 60 day airing period on XFINITY On Demand will win the "XFINITY Get Local ATL On Demand Audience Award" XFINITY On Demand will also award the "XFINITY Get Local ATL Award" to the film that best showcases Atlanta

Screening Groups

Group A
Screening on Friday, June 17th, 7:15 PM

Everyday Productions
Rational Lobster Vixen Productions
The Replica Signature Company
ETC - Red Group
SoKlor Productions
FUGO Studios
Warm Day Films
J.Miller Films
Vision Philms
Blame It On Loraine A Foushee Film Company, LLC
NSFW (Now Slacking From Work)
Cogito Productions

Chris Rhodes and Breanna McDaniel hash out the script with Carlton Mackey

Christopher Rhodes and Laura Asherman discuss ways to approach the opening scene

 I soooo wish I could show more photos, but don't want to give too much away!

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