Category Archives: short films

A One-Woman Filmmaking Crew

When the last of my filmmaking buddies left for Los Angeles I was lost. I realized I had a choice. 1). I could mope–which I did for about three weeks. 2). I could start all over making new connections–which is … Continue reading

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My Thriller Debut (Part III)

I must say that again I got lucky. I can’t take sole credit for the way the team pulled together. I mean in 48 hours you really are asking a lot of people. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but … Continue reading

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Eager To Make A Short Thriller (Part I)

With the experience of the prior two short films, the feature horror film, and the audition for the feature film under my belt, I was all business about recruiting the cast and crew, and about finding the perfect location. Flexibility is key in making a 48 Hour film. But the one thing that is set in stone is the location. Oh sure, I wasted a lot of time and energy my first year running around getting permissions for 3 locations— Continue reading

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My Directorial Debut

My Directorial debut was an exhilarating experience. Once again participating in the 48 Hour Film Project, I felt a little more prepared this time around. Continue reading

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My Second Short Film

In 2008 I went back for more of the same craziness. I assembled an entirely new cast and crew. Actually I had decided that wearing four hats for my first short film was too much. This time I brought in a producer. Continue reading

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How To Make a Film in 48 Hours Part II

I discovered I LOVE being on the set. Thank God for script supervisors. Continue reading

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