Boston 48 Hour Film Project 2014 | Out Of Touch

I recently had the pleasure of working with Anthony over at Dark White Media again.  This time it was for the Boston 48 Hour Film Project.  If you’re not familiar with The Project, every team sends a representative to Boston on Friday evening.  Genres are pulled from a hat and your team has to script, film, edit, and submit a film fitting the genre that you’re given within 48 hours.  There’s a catch though.  You’re also given a required character name, prop and line that must be used at some point during the film.  Our genre was sci-fi and we were required to have a character named “Jeremiah,” a diary for a prop, and the line of dialogue, “it is what it is.”  Anthony and Patrick hit this one out of the park with the edit.  Head over to Dark White Media’s blog post to read more about the project and see our film.  I think you’re gonna love it.  Meanwhile here are a few of my iPhone photos from behind the scenes.


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  • May 9, 2014 - 5:38 pm

    Anna Mess Bartell - Very cool Kayla! I am loving seeing all of your film work!ReplyCancel

  • May 12, 2014 - 3:12 am

    Wendy Cloutier Shea - Great work Kayla!!! ReplyCancel

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