NH 48 Hour Film Project draws fun, creative folks
While most were comedies, Herman said that some filmmakers took the risk of creating dramas, like the filmmaking team behind “No Regrets,” a thriller-type movie that culminates in a murder.
“This is so awesome, we had so much fun making it, but I am so nervous about so many people watching it,” she said.
“This festival is something I look forward to every year, I have done this all five years,” he said.
“It was a challenge but it was always fun, and it is great they have something like this for people who love making and watching movies,” he said.
“It is cool, it is quirky, it is fun,” Ruth Beland of Manchester said about the festival.
Her friend Debbie Tsouprakakis agreed, and added, “it blows my mind how creative the filmmaking teams are, and all the different ways they approach everything.”
“Without the support of businesses like MacEdge in Portsmouth, Cinemagic and the Union Leader, we wouldn’t be able to give all these talented filmmakers an outlet for their craft.”
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