The 48 Hour Film Project

The Seattle 48 Hour Film Project

See below for 2006 results.
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The Judges Have Spoken!

Our panel of judges has made its decision. Congratulations to all of the filmmakers and teams who participated. We are proud to announce our Seattle winners!

Best Use of Character
"Waiting for 5:00" by It's All About The Pad Thai Productions

Best Use of Prop
“Mistaken Indemnity” by Thievery

Best Use of Line of Dialogue
“Death and a Salesman” by Blink Films

Best Costumes
“Manquer” by Milk

Best Makeup
“Still Got Us” by Arch Studios

Best Special Effects
“Death and a Salesman” by Blink Films

Best Music
“Ballbusters” by Count-it! Productions

Best Sound Design
“Folded” by Demonic Bunny Productions

Best Cinematography
“Death and a Salesman” by Blink Films

Best Editing
“Manquer” by Milk

Best Writing
“Waiting for 5:00” by It’s All About The Pad Thai Productions

Best Acting [3-way tie]
“Death and a Salesman” by Blink Films
“Mistaken Indemnity” by Thievery
“Night of the Bear” by Red Shed Productions

Best Directing
“Death and a Salesman” by Blink Films

BEST FILM
“Manquer” by Milk


Additional Awards

Best V.O Casting
“Manquer” by Milk

Best Road Trip
“RFS ’06” by Call Off Your Dog! Productions

Best Fish in a Bag
“Spec of Gold” by Feed the Need Productions

Best Food Styling
“Walking on Eggshells” by Pan-slide

Most Ambitious Production
“Two Spoiled” by Purple Squirrel Productions

Best Use of Oral Gratification at a Teen Social Event
“Two Spoiled” by Purple Squirrel Productions

Best Use of Photos
“Still Got Us” by Arch Studios

Best Hair
“Still Got Us” by Arch Studios

Best Reanimated Dead Person
“The Policy” by Purgatory 2

Best Performance by a Paper Cut-out
“Night of the Bear” by Red Shed Productions

Best Martial Arts
“Birthday Corpse” by Rico and the Rileys

Best Historical Dead President Joke: “A. Blinkin”
“Ballbusters” by Count-it! Productions

Biggest Damn Lollipop
“Ballbusters” by Count-it! Productions

Best Use of a Spray Can
“Alone in a Bag” by One Lane Road Productions

Seattle Producer Award: Musical or Western Pioneers
Purple Squirrel Productions (“Two Spoiled”) - 1st Seattle team to draw, accept and complete the genre

Seattle Producer Award: "Going for a Hat Trick"
Blink Films (“Death and a Salesman”) - 2nd year running for an audience favorite award

Audience Awards for the Seattle 48HFP

The audience has spoken!

Audience Award Winner: Group A
"Death and a Salesman" by Blink Films, Andy McCone

Audience Award Winner: Group B
"Night of the Bear" by Red Shed Productions, Aaron Sutherland

Congratulations to all of our award winners and everyone who made a film in just 48 hours!


Seattle Filmmaker Blog

Want to hear about the Seattle 48HFP from the filmmakers themselves? Then check out the Seattle 48HFP Filmmaker Blog, where Seattle 48HFP participants tell us stories of their wild weekend of filmmaking.

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Elements

Character: Bob or Bonnie Henry, Insurance Agent
Prop: Sleeping Bag
Line of Dialogue: "I expect you to be prompt—prompt and courteous.”

Seattle Teams

Arch Studios, Steven Hudson
Blink Films, Andy McCone
Call Off Your Dog! Productions, David Jolosky
Count-It! Productions, Jason Marquez
Demonic Bunny Productions, Mandy McGee
Eternal Pictures, Cory Bishop
Feed the Need Productions, Bob Westfall
It’s All About the Pad Thai Productions, Candelaria Herrera
last man standing, Ian Parks
Linear Urban Kings Art, Patrick Gonzales
Magic Hour, Leif Espelund
Milk, Matt Daniels
One Lane Road Productions, Joel Messett
Purgagory 2, Nils Osmar
Purple Squirrel Productions, Jef Faulkner
Red Shed Productions, Aaron Sutherland
Relative Creations, Luke Norby
Rico and the Rileys, Tom McIntire
Thievery, Laudon Williams
Thoughtgun, Douglas Jordan
TPX Productions, Mark Davidek
WT FILMS, Dallas Bagley