The San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience just wrapped and we will be bringing you entries as they are made available. The SA48HR is sponsored by the San Antonio Film Commission.
This film, entitled Rails, was created by Jonathan Zonum, Kyle Curtis and Erin Curtis and stars Jarrod Bowers and Quentin Logan. It’s short and sweet, enjoy!
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Dual was filmed as part of the 2011 San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience. This short from team Walk the Walk was written and directed by San Antonio Film Commissioner Drew Mayer-Oakes with cinematography by Craig Chartier.
Dual stars Becky Jacobs, Carolyn King and LaVar Veale in two taut domestic dramas. (NOTE: While the video as [Read it all...]
Continuing in our exploration of the 2011 San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience we present Love After, a short film about a woman in love. The film was created by the skilled Team Live Wire and directed by Mark Cantu. Team Live Wire drew “Chick Flick” as their genre and “Historic” as the location.
The San Antonio Film Commission sponsored their annual San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience which saw more than 20 teams working to produce a shirt film over the course of a weekend. The 2011 sa48hr competition was the weekend of December 2nd and this year the theme was Drought: Life Without Water. All films needed to incorporate a [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...]
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...]
Last night at the San Antonio Film Commission’s holiday party, the winners of the San Antonio 48 Hour Film Experience were announced. In third place was an entry that might be of interest to Missions Unknown readers — Paranormal Squad — the mockumentary by Evil Eye Productions.
Paranormal Squad was directed by Isaac Rodriguez and the cast included Mark [Read it all...]
San Antonio filmmakers took part in the 2009 SA48HR Film Experience over the weekend and you can see the results tonight at the Santikos Bijou theater. The showing is at 7:00, December 8th.
Madame Arielle: Voodoo Artiste – For all your Voodoo needs.
The SA48HR started on Friday with a Kick-Off event at the El [Read it all...]
In anticipation of the SA48HR Film Experience the weekend of December 4th, the San Antonio Film Commission’s next film forum will cover The 10 Things I Wish I Would Have Known before making a 48 Hour film.
If you didn’t see the results of previous 48 Hour competitions, you are missing out. Check out previous entries like [Read it all...]
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