Movie Magic in 48 Hours

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The first-ever K-State 48 Hour Film Festival kicked off last Thursday. Once the required materials were revealed in Town Hall of the Leadership Studies Building, teams of up to six members got their creative juices flowing. Films had to include one food item, the phrase “make sure you’re right” and the exterior of a K-State building.

The Collegian followed the team 48-Dominate to show what it took to make movie magic in only 48 hours. The team was made up of five journalism students: graduate student Karly Craig, senior Kenia Mills, senior Nicholas Patterson, junior Katherine Curtis and sophomore James Copeland.

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Danielle Golway, graduate student in journalism, waits for her cue to begin the scene at Bluestem Bistro on Friday, April 1, 2016. Golway was the main character in the film.
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Karly Craig, journalism graduate student, and Nicholas Patterson, senior in journalism, review clips from their kitchen scene on Friday. Both were in charge of shooting various angles of each scene.
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Katherine Curtis, junior in journalism, smiles while holding the mic and waiting for the next scene to begin on Friday. The team spent the majority of Friday shooting every scene to their film.
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Katherine Curtis, junior in journalism, and Nicholas Patterson, senior in journalism, share a laugh after finishing the final scene of their short film on Friday. Later, they compiled all of their footage to begin editing.
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James Copeland, sophomore in journalism, edits a scene for his group's film during the 48 hour film fest on Saturday April 2, 2016. While shooting, Copeland was in charge of capturing audio by holding an overhead mic.
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Graduate student in journalism, Karly Craig, helps sophomore in journalism, James Copeland, with editing a scene for their short film on Saturday. Each team member edited a scene to later bring together into the final product.
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