This past weekend we participated in the annual San Antonio 48hr Film Experience. For those unfamiliar with the event, basically you are given a genre and a location, then granted 48 hours to write, shoot and edit a film which must be under 8 minutes in length. This was my second 48hr challenge I have been involved with, the first being last year, with “Wild Sunday”. I was lucky enough to talk producer-extraordinaire Ralph Lopez, “Katrina’s Son” and “Lilia” fame, into working on our team. His wealth of experience, knowledge and can do attitude were a god send. He was able to take care of everything from catering, to additional gear, to getting me power into the cave with a generator and 500′ of cable. Thanks again Ralph! Over 20 teams participated and all entries were Continue reading
Ever wondered what it likes behind the scenes of an ultra low budget film? Well, thanks to San Antonio photographer and video enthusiast, Richard Jemal, you can now take a quick peek inside. He was there as we started shooting our entry into the 2010 San Antonio 48hr Film Experience. Check out his footage below!