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August 20, 2004 at 11:50 AM #40755AnonymousInactive
Team 3.2 Million Miles created a 6 minute short for the 48 Hour Film Project that screened last night at the University of Northern Kentucky. Over 200 people were in attendence of each of the 3 screenings.
Always Late was made as a part of the 48 Hour Film Project 2004 in Cincinnati Ohio.
The 48 Hour Film Project is an international competition where at 7:PM on Friday night, teams of filmmakers are handed a GENRE, CHARACTER NAME, LINE OF DIALOGUE, and a PROP. All 4 must appear in their film and it must be written, shot, edited and rurned in by 7:PM on Sunday. 3.2 million miles accepted this challenge and we succeeded in completing our film on time & delivered, in an ironical twist “Always Late” was the first entry turned in.
GENRE – [b]Comedy[/b]
CHARACTER NAME – [b]J.P. Honeysuckle, Judge[/b]
LINE OF DIALOGUE – “[i][b]Some people call me Maurice[/b][/i]”
PROP – [b]a trophy or award[/b]
Pix & behind the scenes
Megan Pillar, Jason Morris, George Caleodis, Holly Mangani, Dan Kiely, Kim Carey, Michael Carey, Micah Jenkins, Lisa Vana, & Brandy Seymour
Directed by Peter John Ross
Written by Chris Gavaler
Produced by Linda Byrket
Director of Photography – Bret Dahlgren
Editor – Bret Dahlgren, Peter John Ross, & Linda Byrket
Additional Camera – Vishnu Vaka
Dolly Grip/On-set Documentarian – Stephen Dunham
Sound by Micah Jenkins
Music by Peter John Ross & Ian Ross
Asst. Editor – Micah Jenkins
3D Animated Title by Donald L. Drennan
Art Director – James Quilty
Production Assistant – Richard Guins
Prop Master – Robbie Shilling
SPECIAL THANKS TO Talita’s Mexican Restuarant, Toni Prince West, Jason A. West,
Scott Simonson, David A. Shaw, Dave Carroll, Jon Osbeck
This is dedicated to world reknown director
Peter De Lane
[b]Always Late[/b] – [i]6 minutes[/i]
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