Thursday, May 2, 2013

Travesty Triumphantly Returns to the 48 Hour Film Project

48 Hour Filmmaker: Washington, DC 2013

After a six-year absence, the mighty men and indulgent women of Travesty Films will once again take part in the annual filmmaking competition that is the 48 Hour Film Project. Over the course of a single weekend, the creative geniuses who brought you It Came From Marlow Heights, Phantom of the Beltsville Drive-In, and Intestines From Space will write, direct, act, edit, and possibly sing an entire motion picture.

The result will be screened at the luxurious AFI Silver Theatre in beautiful downtown Silver Spring, Md., on Friday, May 10, at 7 p.m. Victory is assured.

You're welcome. Follow @nutco on Twitter for regular updates from the madness. The hashtag #48hourfilm might also prove useful.

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