We recently participated in the 48 Hour Film Project, Inland Empire, 2008.
On Friday, August 1, we chose a genre (horror) out of a hat, then we were assigned a character name/profession (Louis Porter/antique dealer), a prop (a pillow), and a line of dialog (“I’ve got a hunch about this!”).
We had until 7:30 pm August 3 to turn in a movie. This was the result:
“Porter’s Crossings,” a disturbing tale about an antique dealer to whom death is a toy.
Hope you like it! If not, we’ll be happy to hear why.