Two players, one heinous crime to be revealed. The winner of 48Hours competition: Controversy loomed in Wellywood, when Oscar Winner & chess player Taika Waititi and his partner in crime, Loren Horsley took top honors with the brilliantly silly and subversive HEINOUS CRIME.
48Hours Furious Film Making entry from 2006 by “Tyler Corgan” Team White Tiger Selected by Peter Jackson as a Wild-card entry.
Doña Lupe is a 1985 short horror film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro. It is del Toro’s ninth short film, though the first eight remain unreleased. Del Toro filmed Doña Lupe at 19 years of age; reviewers have noted that the film “feels like the work of an amateur artist getting to grips with his craft”.
It’s Murder! is a 1977 feature-length movie shot on Super 8 film directed by Sam Raimi while he was still in college. It was co-written and produced by Raimi and Scott Spiegel, and stars both Raimi and Spiegel. Raimi’s first directorial work, it co-stars his frequent collaborator Bruce Campbell.
Heineken – Beer Run In need of beer, Brad Pitt goes to the store while skillfully evading the press.
A passport photographer named Steven Forrest (Sam Clay) is petrified of death following the sudden demise of his fearless buddy in a martini accident.
We meet our anti-hero, grafter Mitch Allison, disheveled and walking by the side of the road. He tells us in a flash back narrative how he stole $25,000 from his con-artist wife Bette and jumped on a train hoping to double the money in a scam. He meets sultry Babe and gets involved in more than he bargained for. The twists and turns never stop in this fast paced tale.
Directed by Tom Cruise
Cigarettes & Coffee is a 1993 short film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, starring Philip Baker Hall. It tells the story of five people connected through a twenty-dollar bill. The film helped launch the career of Anderson and was used as a basis for his first feature film, Hard Eight.
This is the short film P.T.Anderson directed back in 1992 (shot on a borrowed camera), which used the money he saved from dropping out of NYU film school to help fund it.