Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

The Trip, directed by Tracy Mathews

The Trip — a 48 Hour Film: Winner of Best Film Washington, DC from Tracy Mathews on Vimeo.

Most impressed by my colleagues in Washington DC, who won last month's 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP), a competition in which groups must create a short film from scratch in a single weekend, with this short (6 minutes plus credits) film about time travel made from scratch over a weekend. It's a very nicely done piece, set in the very near future, about a widower who travels back in time to see his wife again. Best of luck to the team as they take it to Filmapalooza in Paris in March.
Tags: films, life: work, sf

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