close menu

From the S.F. 48 Hour Film Contest: DETENTION

This is VERY cool. The official description says it all, so:

In DETENTION, an animated entry from the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Contest, two middle schoolers uncover a horrifying secret when their classmate mysteriously goes missing.

Directors Ronnie Del Carmen and Kevin Nolting of Moderate Hike Productions were given a character (Ms. Perifano), a line of dialogue (“I don’t think you’re supposed to hold it like that”), a prop (a snow globe), a genre (thriller/suspense), and just two days to make a complete short film. They chose to do a storyboarded animation – one of the first animation entries in the history of the contest.

Winner of: Best Use of Prop, Best Use of Genre, Best Sound Design, and Audience Award Winner: Group D

Follow Ronnie Del Carmen on Twitter @paperbiscuit

Subscribe to the Nerdist Channel. Always unique.

These 15 GAME OF THRONES Photos Tease Some Major S7 Team-Ups

These 15 GAME OF THRONES Photos Tease Some Major S7 Team-Ups

article
The Next Three X-MEN Universe Movies Just Got Release Dates, and They're All Next Year

The Next Three X-MEN Universe Movies Just Got Release Dates, and They're All Next Year

article
FALLOUT is Getting Its Own Tabletop Game

FALLOUT is Getting Its Own Tabletop Game

article

Comments

  1. jvenom057 says:

    They will have a great career ahead of them if they keep applying themselves like that ! Wish they had a month would of liked to see more.

  2. DEC12345 says:

    Wow, that was really good. I wish the story continued.