It’s not every day that people in your family win Audience Award for the 48-hour film project Glasgow – so I’m going to go all out.
Through blood, sweat and tears my incredibly talented brother and wife, David and Mairi Rive, with acting support of friends and family pulled it together in the mad dash of time, winning the Audience Award last weekend for their mockumentary, Placer.
The 48-hour film project, is a challenge event that puts your skills in planning, problem-solving, organisation, creativity, filmmaking, to the ultimate time test.
The clock starts the second the film genre is pulled out of the hat and filmmakers have 48 hours to complete and deliver a 4-7 minute short film.
That’s an original film: scripted – planned – filmed – cut – composed – synced – reviewed – tweaked – exported – delivered.
Films then receive the big screen cinema treatment where they are screened at a local theatre in front of an audience of filmmakers, friends and families.
Watch their film here: https://www.48hourfilm.com/glasgow-gb/films/29230