This weekend, 24 teams comprised of several hundred filmmakers descended on the granite state for the 6th annual New Hampshire 48 Hour Film Project. The challenge: to write, shoot, edit and complete a short film in just 48 hours. And for the 6th year in a row, Pilotgroove Pictures would accept the challenge.
A Bloodless Crime is the seventh 48 hour film from Pilotgroove Pictures, who have competed in all of the New Hampshire festivals, and in New York in 2010. This year’s offering is a dark comedy starring the all-star duo of Carlton Greene (Just Remember That They’re Dead) and Dan Larson (J.R.T.T.D., Clear the Cache). Jacqueline Dubois (Clear the Cache) returns with an equally scandalous performance as required character, Alexis Fleming. Alexsis’ fate hangs in the balance with each passing second of this hilarious 5-minute maelstrom of betrayal, lust and murder. “It may not win an award, but in my opinion, it’s perfect,” says director Ben Peirce, who returns teamed with co-writers P.J. Huot and RC Victorino.
Come see A Bloodless Crime (and 10 other 48 hour films) at the NH 48 Hour Film Project (Block B) screening – Wednesday, June 25 at 9:30pm at Cinemagic in Hooksett, NH. A separate batch of 13 films plays at 6:30. Tickets purchased online or at the door for $10. Like Pilotgroove Pictures on Facebook for updates as the premiere approaches.
PILOTGROOVE PRESS: Prior to filming, producer, Ben Peirce spoke about the 48 Hour Film Project with Steve Boucher on New Hampshire Today with Jack Heath. Listen to the podcast here (interview starts at 2:30)