Thursday, May 1, 2008

"Real World" spoof wins awards at Boston 48-Hour Film Project, goes national

Portsmouth filmmaker John Herman writes:

"I recently participated in the Boston 48 Hour Film Project. Movies submitted were written, cast, shot, and edited in 48 hours, so keep in mind that they are very much slapped together at a brisk pace. Out of the eighty films submitted, ten were selected as the Best of Boston. These were screened [April 29] at the Kendall Square Cinema. Awards were given. In addition to an Audience Choice Award, the film I worked on won Best Script, Best Ensemble, Best Costumes, and Best Actress. I was awarded Best Cinematographer. Go New Hampshire! We also won the award for Best Film. That means we now go national. Needless to say, it was a little out of control."

To view John's film entry, click here.