Local filmmakers vie for international acclaim

Two local filmmakers are endeavoring to win an international competition with the completion of a 48 Hour Film Project in the form of a seven-minute short film, “Fire Engine Red.”

Jim Patterson, a News-Times editor, Michael Armstrong, a graphic designer, both formerly of Camden, created the film to compete almost 4,000 other films from 115 cities internationally, according to a Sunday feature by reporter Dave Showers.

In August during the Little Rock competition, “Fire Engine Red” won best writing and runner up for best film. Check it, and other videos, out at www.cinema48.com. Voting is open through Jan. 19, 2013.

See more in this weekend’s Sunday News.

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One Response to Local filmmakers vie for international acclaim

  1. Gerre Ellen Williams says:

    What a touching film! I loved it and the tribute it made to the LRFD staff. Great job!

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