When the drought never ends, will you share your water? Something to think about when you see “Thirst,” a San Diego 48 Hour Film Project by Mercury Cinema / Team Lights in a Box, at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 10 at Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15 in downtown San Diego. Mercury Cinema successfully completed its entry for the 2015 San Diego 48 Hour Film Project as team Lights in a Box. Genre: Sci-Fi. Dialogue: “Sometimes that’s all you need.” Prop: Flashlight. Character: Alan or Alice Downing, coach. Enjoy the movie’s trailer below.
Mercury Cinema will return to the San Diego 48 Hour Film Project this year under a new team name, “Lights in a Box.” The name draws inspiration from a famous speech by journalist Edward R. Murrow.
“Pity the Imposter,” Mercury Cinema’s entry into the international Four Points Film Project, received an Honorable Mention for Best Use of Line (required dialogue from the contest organizers) and a preliminary spot in the top five Audience Choice picks. The organizers are confirming the number of votes. As of the close of voting Nov. 24, Mercury Cinema’s film was in the No. 4 or No. 5 spot. Will it hold onto a position? Stay tuned. In the meantime, enjoy the film on YouTube (link below).
“Pity the Imposter,” Mercury Cinema’s entry into the international Four Points Film Project, has placed in the Top 20 best films of the contest and is up for Audience Choice Award. Please support the film’s talented San Diego group and vote now at the contest’s Vimeo link below (the photo is also directed to the link).
http://vimeo.com/111348815 (voting is now closed)
“Bunney,” Mercury Cinema’s entry into the 48 Hour Film Project San Diego, has been nominated for three jury awards, contest organizers announced July 28. The nominees are Lisa Galer, Best Actress; Jacob Roard, Best Cinematographer; Roman S. Koenig, Best Director. Winners will be announced at the Best Of screening at 6 p.m. Aug. 2 at Reading Cinemas in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.