2004-09-16

Fall Film Challenge

Hey guys, the Phoenix Film Project is having a Fall Film Challenge. 3 minutes of horror or suspense. I know we're all pretty busy, but do you think we could kick out 3 minutes? I'll front the 10 bucks!
We are announcing this years Horror/Suspence film challenge. The films must be 3 minutes or less. We will show ALL the films on the big screen. We will have an audience vote to determine the winners the same night of the showing. The winner will receive a plaque, two filmmakers passes, T-Shirts, and automatice entry to the 2005 Phoenix Film Festival. The runners up will receive a certificate, festival day passes to the 2005 Phoenix Film Festival, and T-Shirts as well. The only format accepted is MiniDV. The submission deadline is October 24th at 6:00pm. The entry fee is $10 ***ALL ENTRANTS OF THE FALL 2004 FILM CHALLENGE ARE AUTOMATICALLY ENTERED FOR CONSIDERATION IN THE PHOENIX FILM FESTIVAL!!!***

11 comments:

Brock said...

Dude, let's totally go for it.

Joshua Provost said...

Yes, but we need a story idea, and I don't have any ideas in that genre. Maybe Jeremy can come up with something? I'll go out on a limb and say even Johnny might have an idea when it comes to suspense.

Brock said...

Heck, if they've got one, I'm all for trying to shoot it.

"Auntie" Lori said...

you should do something about how lindsey got pregnant, something way out there suspenseful and horrible....really, how much more horrible and suspenseful can you get than pregnancy? you never know what's gonna pop out!

Jeremy said...

How about that old school Frankenstein movie that we did? That would definitely have a chance at the prize.

I don't know if I could come up with something that short and still be effective. That's a real challenge.

Joshua Provost said...

I don't think we'll be making a film about how Lindsey got pregnant. We all know how it happened. Plus, I don't make skin flicks. We have to keep it clean for the kids.

Jer, Time Is My Crisis is 2:29, and I think that's quite effective.

Jeremy said...

Effective because its a music video and it has nothing to do with horror or suspense. Although we do leave you hanging there for a while, wondering if Skippy will get the girl.

Brock said...

The only thing suspsensful and horrific about that was the illegal chemical dumping.

Gabe said...

I'm definitely up for it. Maybe we should all try to write something and pick the best one. We can give ourselves a writing deadline to help. Pick a date?

Brock said...

You guys all got serious jobs, so I say you all pick a date and I'll work by it.

Joshua Provost said...

No pressure all around. For some reason I am tapped out of suspenseful ideas at the moment. We will be doing a Fatigo music video in the very near future, so that may conflict as well. I am going to order the camera early this week, though. Maybe even today!