Witch Slap from team Third Times a Charm won the prize for Best Special Effects in the 2011 San Antonio 48-Hour Film Project. The team, comprised of Nicki Prian, Aaron Livingston, Taylor James Johnson, Dylan Altman, Chris Garcia and Fancescesa Lycille, pulled the Fantasy genre and produced this rhyming fable over the course of one weekend. Check it [Read it all...]
Hidden Track Films snagged the top honors in the 2011 San Antonio 48-Hour Film Project with the short Sci-Fi thriller The Extraction. This tense little film not only won the Best Film Award but also swept up awards for Best Costume, Best Sound Design, Best Directing, Best Editing and an Audience Award. The Extraction was directed [Read it all...]
This short film was produced for the 2010 San Antonio 48 Hour Film Project. All films in the San Antonio competition were required to include three elements: a character named Lyle or Linda Sanchez, a trainer; a sign as a prop; and the line “Can you give her a message?” Dead End was directed and beautifully [Read it all...]
This short film was turned in by Team CineVeliz for the recent San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience. Directed and written by Pablo Veliz and stars Alfredo Lomeli, Death Sentence explores how the application of capital punishment may change in the future.
You can see more about the films of CineVeliz, including Cardboard Dreams [Read it all...]
The San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience put on by the San Antonio Film Commission is history, but there are still a couple of pieces of business remaining. First, the awards, which were handed out last night at the Film Commission’s annual holiday party.
First place and the Audience Award went to Team Uncle Dynamite [Read it all...]
Teams of filmmakers across San Antonio worked furiously over the weekend making short films in a short amount of time as part of the San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience. While the national competition was in August, this local version is sponsored by the San Antonio Film Commission. The screening for the films is 7:00 [Read it all...]
Teams of filmmakers recently spent a long weekend creating short films as part of the national 48 Hour Film Project competition. Presented here is the short film Sign Trainer directed and animated by Joey Carillo of Lone Bannana Productions with assitance from Nikki Young, Mistah Pete, Don Rios, and Paul Vaughn.
We will bring [Read it all...]
Dream Job was a 2007 San Antonio 48 Hour Film Project entry from Team Thong Snappaz and director Rick Lopez. It won the award for best graphics.
We have all had one of those jobs that you can only escape through a little daydreaming. Dream Job presents a nice little fantasia vignette of that daydream. [Read it all...]
Reflection was the winning entry in the 2007 San Antonio 48-Hour Film Project, capturing both Best Film and Best Editing honors. Vibratory Tumbler Films drew the superhero genre. You will notice the nice establishing shot of one of our favorite funny book emporiums, Atomic Comics at the beginning of the short. Reflection was directed by [Read it all...]
OK, you’ve really gotta see this short gem from San Antonio’s film scene. Let the movie’s title graphic speak for itself: The year is 3068. Earth’s only known inhabitants are females scattered & surviving on the outskirts of ruins that were once San Antonio.
San Antonio in ruins, feral women, duct taped clones…what’s not to [Read it all...]