Many thanks and well wishes to the crew and cast of Keedie’s Corner Productions 48hr film project. The hours were long but fun, the crew got the assignment Friday evening and got straight to work. As the hours dwindled the cast grew anxious to receive the script. Everyone was on pins as needles as midnight struck but the writers successfully pulled it off.
Saturday the crew and the cast came to film, no one came to play! I was very impressed with the amount of effort the cast put into their roles and dialogue, like where did they pull those talents from in such a short amount of time? The crew was very attentive and set the atmosphere to make our vision come to reality. By that night we were all dragging, but we pressed on and finished strong.
I appreciate everyone involved, this couldn’t have been possible without the team. Our short film, “Welcome home Billmores” exemplifies the true nature of family you love them for who they are no matter what. The screening is this evening and I am looking forward to seeing the gang back together, looking very much like the stars they are!
Check out our behind the scenes footage shot by Wild Boy Woody. The film will be available for viewing soon so stay tuned….
Here’s a a list of cast and crew in no particular order:
You can catch the crew of Keedie’s Corner Productions in the Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project. This is the world’s largest and oldest film festival that takes place in 130 cities on 6 different continents. This gives the winners from each city an invite to the annual year end event – Filmapalooza! This year we plan to bring home the gold, in order to do so we must include 3 elements in our film; the required character, prop and line.
This will is my fourth year participating in the festival, I enjoy the thrill of only having 48 hours to write, produce and edit a short film. No sleep, no eat, just film! (I’m kidding we eat but there is barely any sleep, lol!) Being on the edge makes me pull out creativity I didn’t know I had locked away. Being at the screening seeing our ideas play out before my eyes is so humbling. We’ve won a few awards, but we’re aiming to attend the Cannes Film Festival for the Short Film Corner.
The festival kicks off this Friday so stay tuned as we will be posting behind the scenes and more. Follow us to stay connected
While in Atlanta, we had the chance to chop it up with artist G.I. Gizzle. He recently landed in the city to promote his newly released album with Rich The Factor, “Don’t take this Personal”’. As one of the stops on his campaign tour, we kicked off our first episode with a real vibe.
The artist has a record label 1000 entertainment as well as a clothing brand DirtBagz . He prides himself in being authentic and being a man of valor. His integrity and faith in God has open many doors for him yet he still remains humble and hungry.
The artist is doing numbers with his hit song “Barcode” Ft. Boosie Badazz and giving those numbers back to his community. You can hear the truth in his lyrics and you can see it in his actions. G. I. Gizzle has a few notable collaborations but plans to put out a solo EP to give the people more of the Grit he is known for. So talk to him, he talks back!