Pittsburgh Wraps It Up For 48 Hour Film Project Premiere


Over 40 teams signed up for the 2015 Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project, an annual festival and competition dedicated to promoting teamwork among filmmakers. After a weekend of intense production – which took place from July 10th through July 12th – the participants are ready to present their original short films for a premiere event spanning three days at the Hollywood Theater.

July 19th

3 p.m.

Group A

Color Negative – Joe Wilson
Confluence Productions – Ted Haynes
Dirty Mirror Productions – Brock Viering
Dynamite Carrot – John James Lynn
Elder Androids – Kyle Mohr
Pittsburgh Game Changers Project – Cheo Tyehimba Taylor
Sinister Dream Productions – Nick Kizina
Team 47 – Lauren Kuntz
The DuBoonatics – Michael Gafner
The Kartwheel Klub – Micah Taylor
Unplanned Comedy – Woody Drennan

July 19th

7 p.m.

Group B

4TWELVE Pictures – Zack Eisenfeld
Beard Machine – Christopher Friedrick
Blue Knight Productions – Ian Livingston
Command Pictures – Maura Snyder
Everything But The Name 1 – Edwin Huang
Flying Penguin Productions – Matthew Haider
Locust Street – Lance Parkin
Long Knuckle Studios – David Kost
Raging Render – Chris Bollinger
Rumble Pack – Mindy Cooper
Scrambled for Life – Russel Douglas
Well Known Strangers – Dave Forman

July 20th

7 p.m.

Group C

Beginnings – Jackie Druga
Carnegie Screenwriters – Bob Scott
Children of the Corman – Darin DiNapoli
Falling October Productions – Alexander Cronin
Procrastination Productions – Corey Becker
Ricecakes – Jessica Lee
Sibling Rivalry – Michelle Wright
Team Visionary – Josh Wendt
Tough Brets – Katie Funaki
USS Improvise – Karen Forney

July 21st

7 p.m.

Group D

Blind Tiger Films – Josh Hausman
Destiny’s Adult – Dan McKosky
Everything But the Name 2 – Nathan Fullerton
Gaff Tape and a Prayer – Mike Hanley
Goat Milk Fudge – PJ Gaynard
Mini Milers – Noah Fatsi
R. Walker Productions – Rodman Walker
ShadowFrame – Jason Boyer
So Fresh! Films – Nick Verzilli
Team MGBGFilms – Bryan Ghingold
Visionary Pioneers – Jeremy St-Hilaire
WallRose Pictures – Michael Ernst

Tickets are $8, $6 for students with valid ID, children, and seniors. Tickets for each individual screening group (Group A, Group B, Group C, and Group D) are available at Brown Paper Tickets. A Best of Screenings event will follow on July 31st at the Hollywood Theater.


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