Written, Shot & Cut, All In 48 Hours

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 21 May 2009

Picking a genre of a hat (detective/cop) and the universal line of dialogue “we’re hoping things will change”, an ID badge prop, and character Coach Ivan Pagoda, Dead City Films had 48 hours to go from drawing board to finished product. Somehow they managed it, and their film The Imperial is a remarkable achievement.

You can find more about 48 Hour Films here.

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