Pittsburgh Wraps It Up For 48 Hour Film Project Premiere

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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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