My half of the team took the name “Everything But” and was dubbed Team Hare, while the other half took the name “The Name” and was dubbed Team Tortoise. Team Hare followed a more guerilla approach to the filmmaking process while Team Tortoise spent a little more time on pre-production preparation. True to the story of “The Tortoise and The Hare,” Team Tortoise ended up finishing their film first. However, that’s where the similarities to the old fable stop. Both teams did a fantastic job of putting together a good story with a full arc and I think they were both equally successful.
I have to say that while I’ve always had an amazing time making 48 Hour Films with “Everything But the Name,” this year may have been the best yet. Our team managed to stay relaxed, but focused – something that is very hard to do when you’re making a film in 48 hours and no one has really gotten any sleep. It was wonderful because we, the actors, were then able to breathe, focus on our characters, and on our performances. I think these are our best 48 Hour Film Project films to date! I hope you agree!
So without further ado, here's our Trailers and links to purchase tickets to the screenings of our films...
"Breakdown" Trailer by "Everything But" (Team Hare)
"Time Out" Trailer by "The Name" (Team Tortoise)
Tonight is Opening Night!
The show runs from July 17-Aug 2
I'm playing Betina Embree the sometimes funny, sometimes crazy, always interesting sexpot!
For details and information on purchasing tickets, please visit South Park Theatre