Meet The Winners of The 48 Hour Film Festival

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Last month filmmakers from around Chicago had 48 hours to write, record, edit and finish a movie for the 48 Hour Film Project.  In this podcast, Nick Digilio welcomes Jerry Vasilatos, the event’s organizer, and some of the winners to discuss the experience!

In the first segment, they are joined by Tony Marino, Bill Miller and Sergio Torres of team Kick A Rock. Their entry “Lyrics, Rhymes, Nickels and Dimes” was named best film of the fest. To see it, visit their website

In the second segment, they are joined by Megan Caton and Megan Sampson of team Galaxy Maps. Their entry “Funny Money” won best sound and costume. To see it, visit their website

In the third segment, they are joined by Michael Cabrera and Art Medina of Eight Twelve Productions. Their entry “Turning Tricks” won audience favorite on one of the nights. To view it, check out this link. (Please note their genre as Black Comedy. Viewer discretion is advised.)

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