Title

28 Drinks Later

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Theatre

Start Date

23-5-2012

End Date

23-5-2012

Abstract

A highly respected physicist, two confused friends, and a nuclear reaction. 28 Drinks Later is a screw-ball comedy/disaster movie mash-up pitting Randy and Buck against irradiated townspeople before running into Celeste, their only hope for isolating the incident and saving the world. This film was created by a talented group of film majors entirely in 48 hours for CWU FVS program's 48 Hour Film Slam. This means it was written, cast, filmed, and edited within the 48 hour window. Such a short deadline presented numerous problems, including locking down locations to film, getting enough people cast to fill all the roles, and pulling of some of the more technical shots of the film. It was chosen because it shows what the film students are capable of, even when under extreme pressure from such a short deadline. It was filmed on a Canon 60D at ISO 800 using a Canon 50mm f/1.4 and Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 lens. The film can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/37546438. Awards at the 48 hour film slam: Best of Festival, Best Directing, Best Screenplay, Best Male Actor, and Best Ensemble Cast.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Michael Ogden, Jon Ward

Additional Mentoring Department

Film and Video Studies

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28 Drinks Later

SURC Theatre

A highly respected physicist, two confused friends, and a nuclear reaction. 28 Drinks Later is a screw-ball comedy/disaster movie mash-up pitting Randy and Buck against irradiated townspeople before running into Celeste, their only hope for isolating the incident and saving the world. This film was created by a talented group of film majors entirely in 48 hours for CWU FVS program's 48 Hour Film Slam. This means it was written, cast, filmed, and edited within the 48 hour window. Such a short deadline presented numerous problems, including locking down locations to film, getting enough people cast to fill all the roles, and pulling of some of the more technical shots of the film. It was chosen because it shows what the film students are capable of, even when under extreme pressure from such a short deadline. It was filmed on a Canon 60D at ISO 800 using a Canon 50mm f/1.4 and Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 lens. The film can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/37546438. Awards at the 48 hour film slam: Best of Festival, Best Directing, Best Screenplay, Best Male Actor, and Best Ensemble Cast.