The 48 Hour Film Project

What's the 48?
a film made for the tenth anniversary of the 48HFP

150 filmmakers from 18 cities on 6 continents created a three-minute film expressing their
excitement about the 48 Hour Film Project as they go about their wildly varied day-to-day lives.

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Credits

“What’s the 48?”
a film about the 48 Hour Film Project


concept by     We’re Making a Movie
written by     We’re Making a Movie
    and Ben Guaraldi
additional dialogue recording     Jason Jordan
color correction     Meghan Frederico
music created by     Brett Benge
produced, edited, and directed by     Ben Guaraldi


“Popcorn”
by We’re Making a Movie
(Boston, Massachusetts)


popcorn maker     Lewis Savarese
popcorn purchaser     Lori Salmeri
popcorn recipient     Lisa Cordner

production assistant     Jacob Lipcon
camera assistant     Meghan Frederico
cinematography by     Brad Kelly
directed by     Michelle Barbera


“Jogging”
by Exempt from Consideration
(Boston, Massachusetts)


jogger 1     Sharon Kubo
jogger 2     Morgan Mosher

boom operator     Stephen P. Lee
bounce operator     Wendy Parker
driver     Rebecca Uchill
cinematography by     Brad Kelly
directed by     Ben Guaraldi


“Surgery”
by Tex Whitney Productions
(Sydney, Australia)


assistant surgeon     Nicholas Kehagais
lead surgeon     Dan Balcaban
scrubs nurse     Derestia Hasan
anaesthetist     Rebecca Kennedy
patient     Alex Hasan

costumer     Rebecca Kennedy
medical consultant     Rebecca Kennedy
sound recordist     Jared Ryan
cinematography by     Tex Whitney
directed by     Tex Whitney


“In Bed”
by Afafas
(Buenos Aires, Argentina)


woman     Mara Meter
man     Rodrigo Tagle

directed by     Diego Enriquez


“Self-Promotion”
by Cultural Detritus
(Los Angeles, California)


restless actor     Matt Cary
restful actor     Jason Waron

production assistant     Jen Eldridge
audio and camera assistant     Brian Maillard
cinematography by     Carl Hansen
directed by     Carl Hansen


“Motorcycle”
by Liminal
(London, England)


passenger     Jake Maskall
rider     Joel Beckett

directed by     Jan Ostrowski and
    James Dean


“Tourists”
by Time Travel
(Mumbai, India)


subject     Puja Roy
photographer     Krishna Kaul

sound recordist     Shivlal Yadav
cinematography by     Kavin Jagtiani
edited by     Rahat Mahajan
directed by     Supriti Malhotra


“Fridge”
by Team HiHo!
(Louisville, Kentucky)


talker     Chris Saunders
listener     Steve Dalton

directed by     Brennan Clark


“The Sandwich Speaks”
by CinemaSolo
(New York, New York)


salad chef     Bill Dyszel
voice of the sandwich     Bill Dyszel

sandwich puppeteer     Bill Dyszel
cinematography by     Bill Dyszel
directed by     Bill Dyszel


“The Eiffel Tower”
by Le Petit Studio
(the team formerly known as Artnum)
(Paris, France)


woman     Aurélie Laza
man     Patrice Martre

audio engineer     Camille François
cinematography by     Thomas Grinsell
produced by     Olivier Dussausse
directed by     Thomas Grinsell


“Checkpoint”
by Amoraim Films
(Tel Aviv, Israel)


traveler     Ruth Farhi
guard     Yosi Segal

cinematography by     Rotem Yaron
directed by     Avi Weissblei


“Day Care”
by Exempt from Consideration
(Boston, Massachusetts)


babysitter 1     Lily Harris
babysitter 2     Max Harris
babies     David J. Beck, Leo Fash
    and Zoe Fife

set decorator     Caitlin Berrigan
bounce operator     Caitlin Berrigan
cinematography by     Brad Kelly
directed by     Ben Guaraldi


“Stove Repair”
by Exempt from Consideration
(Boston, Massachusetts)


housewife     Callie Snow
stove mechanic     Ben Guaraldi

set decorator     Rebecca Uchill
boom operator     Ned Scannell
cinematography by     Brad Kelly
directed by     Ben Guaraldi


“Cuddling Lion Cubs”
by Senepe Studios
(Johannesburg, South Africa)


lion cuddler 1     Boitumelu Langa
voice of lion cuddler 1     Jason Jordan
lion cuddler 2     Louise Coetzer

adr engineer     Joseph Fusco
cinematography by     Jacques Roos
directed by     Graham Coetzer
produced by     Jacques Roos


“The National Mall”
by Integral Arts
(Washington, DC)


talker     Heather Whitpan
whisperer     Kristin Rogers
listener     Sophia Medley

directed by     Kevin Good and
    Barry Gribble


“The West”
by Last Minute Movie Makers
(Dallas, Texas)


grieving cowboy     Sam Schweikert
moribund cowboy     John Redlinger

special effects     Naeem Munaf
sound     John Redlinger and
    Naeem Munaf
cinematography by     Naeem Munaf and
    Sam Schweikert
directed by     John Redlinger


“The Temple”
by Pretzel Plan
(Seoul, South Korea)


talker     Kwon Young Min
listener     Seo Choon Kuk

cinematography by     Choi Young Chel
directed by     William Jin


“A Knight and a Dragon”
by o-studios.net
(Boston, Massachusetts)


knight     Doug Fitzgerald
voice of the dragon     Ben Guaraldi

bounce operator     Stephen P. Lee
knight costumer     Matt Martino
adr engineer     Jason Jordan
cinematography by     Brad Kelly
dragon created and animated by     Dave O’Gara


“The Moon”
by Team Last to Enter
(Des Moines, Iowa)


astronaut 1     Elizabeth Feldman
voice of astronaut 1     Wendy Parker
astronaut 2     Rob Murdock
voice of astronaut 2     Joseph Fusco

quindar tones     Ben Scripps
moon photography     NASA
adr engineer     Jason Jordan
costume designer     Todd Niccum
produced by     Todd Niccum
directed by     John Hansen


“Killing Zombies”
by Vegan Cannibals
(Los Angeles, California)


zombie spotter     Leia Hurst
voice of zombie spotter     Wendy Parker
zombie shooter     Kendi Tolentino
zombies     Ryan Alemania, J. Marcus Anderson,
    Niko Carmona, Goldie Chan,
    Chadney Delaney, Christina Hazouri,
    Morrison Healey, Nicole Lemme,
    Trevor Lincoln, Brittany Rodriguez,
    Haley Rubin, Charlie Skidmore,
    Artin Tarverdian, Erika Techner,
    Luke Tostado, Jeffrey Tuason,
    Arlette Cremer Wong and
    Michelle Wright

makeup     Yoni Baker, Greg Rosas Goss,
    Stuart Isaac Hirsch, Philip Stimmell
    and Manifa Tamrazians
boom     Dom Zook
grip     Jeffrey Leonard
adr engineer     Jason Jordan
visual effects     Scott Baker
cinematography by     Adrian Rodriguez
directed by     Scott Baker


“Milk”
by i CITY
(Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)


herder     Yalalt.N
milker     Khaliun.S

boom operator     Otgonbat Natsagdorj
camera operator     Baatar.B
editor     Battumur Badrakh
directed by     Khoroldorj Choijoovanchig


“Surgery II”
by Senepe Studios
(Johannesburg, South Africa)


assistant     Johann Duvenage
doctor     Ockert van Rooyen
patient     Mark Tennant

effects     Toni van Oostenrijk
makeup     Luarnae Roos
cinematography by     Jacques Roos
directed by     Graham Coetzer
produced by     Jacques Roos


“A Woman and an Orb”
by Integral Arts
(Washington, DC)


woman     Candice Bloch
voice of the orb     Kevin Good

assistant camera     Chris Alvanas
3d environment     Paul Good
special effects     Kevin Good
directed by     Kevin Good and
    Barry Gribble


“The Bomb”
by Dog Day Productions
(Cincinnati, Ohio)


bomb remover     Nick Rose
hostage     Eric Vosmeier

sound and grip     Jamie Banks
production assistant     Rick Wolf
cinematography by     Michael Maney
produced by     Ryan Lewis
directed by     Ryan Lewis and
    Michael Maney


“In the Theater”
by We’re Making a Movie
(Boston, Massachusetts)


popcorn recipient     Lisa Cordner
popcorn purchaser     Lori Salmeri
voice of the dragon     Ben Guaraldi
audience     Peter Cancilla, Katie Hazard,
    Stephen P. Lee, Maya Lenihan,
    Margaret Maxwell, Mary Patterson,
    Joed Polly and Julia Wagner

dragon created and animated by     Dave O’Gara
production assistant     Jacob Lipcon
second camera     Meghan Frederico
cinematography by     Brad Kelly
directed by     Michelle Barbera


thanks to

Accord Equipments
Ajit Ahuja
Michelle Barbera
Bazaragchaa.D
Brett Benge
David DiMaria
Audubon Dougherty
Lydia Fash
Erin Fife
Joseph Fusco
Eve Harris
Jason Jordan
Brad Kelly
Jacob Lipcon
Rahat Mahajan
Rusi Master
Naeem Munaf
Dave O’Gara
Wendy Parker
Derek Peplau
Ned Scannell
Adrian and Catherine Stuart
Tejas
Garrett Vang


special thanks to

Liz Langston
Christina Ruppert
Mark Ruppert