Flix for Short: Precision


Flix for Short is Flixist's way of showing off awesome short films we find around the web. Do you have a favorite short you saw? Why not tell us about it in our Cblogs? We'd love to see what short films you can make and find!

Precision is one of those rare instances when a whole bunch of people work together to accomplish an artistic challenge and their project magically becomes something awesome.  Created by Andrew Sykes and crew, Precision was a part of a challenge to conceive, write, shoot, edit and score an entire short film in under 48 hours.  Yeah, only 48 hours

Obviously, this challenge is extremely taxing both creatively and logistically.  Precision is an example of what people can do if we'd all just get off our lazy bums and make stuff. For details on how Sykes and friends created Precision, check out the link after the jump.

[via Boing Boing]

Sykes' blog post where he explains the rules and restrictions of the 48 hour challenge and how he and his team managed to overcome it.

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