LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - At the end of June teams of Arkansas filmmakers had 48 hours to write, shoot and edit a movie. This weekend, they got the chance to show them off at the Ron Robinson Theater during the 48-Hour Film Fest.
"It's all about fun. If you go into this too serious, you're probably going to stress out and not complete your film, and like I said, the best films come from teams who cooperate with each other and just have fun while making it," explained producer Tony Taylor.
Taylor's group won best picture last year for a film called La Grand Fete. Their submission this year is called Sensitivity Training.
The best films in the contest will be shown July 19.
To learn more about the 48-Hour Film Festival, go to: http://on.kthv.com/1wjyPO0