Written, Shot, Edited, and Published in 12 hours. Screened 6 hours after completion at Warner Brothers.
Alright there's some backstory to this. I had a narrative film in it's final stages of editing for my project at NYFA, when the harddrive I had my files on crashed and took my project (and one of my friend's) with it.
So in the crunch time with a due date less than a day away, I was emoing/spazzing to my friends. Luckily they (one in particular) told me to suck it up and take it like a man. So I borrowed a friend's DVX100B and pumped this thing out in record time.
It's a little (read: Very) amateur, but it got a B+ for the writing and inovation (and record time) So... yeah.
Shot on: Sony DVX100B - NTSC
Edited on: Final Cut Pro 6
Sound: Soundtrack Pro