For those in film school, the project is like a crash course and a final exam, jam packed into one restless weekend.
This is the Miami edition of the 48 Hour Film Project, an international event that gets play from local filmmakers from Israel and Johannesburg to Las Vegas, Nevada. The one constant -- you get 48 hours to complete a short film from scratch.
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Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is one of five celebrity directors taking part in a Canon-sponsored experiment called Project Imaginat10n. His short film, the inspiration for which was crowdsourced via the Internet and social media, focuses on familial loss and the process of grieving.
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Ron Howard was the lead on Project Imaginat10n; the Oscar-winning director says the process of crowdsourcing inspiration is one more and more artists should look to.
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Stone, like all the directors in Project Imaginat10n, was asked to choose 10 crowdsourced images to help shape the tone and structure of his film. This photo was selected under the category Setting; it was titled "Escapes."
At Muvico Broward 18 – better known as “Muvico Pompano” -- there's a red carpet rolled out in front of Cinema 6. Inside, the projectionist is running "Edge of Salvation," a new film by Los Angeles-based director Luciano Saber.
"Actually, my publicist suggested it because she had opened another movie here,” says Saber. “So I said, 'Alright, let's do it in Pompano Beach, Florida. Why not?' "