Boston 48 Hour Film Project – Recap

For the 4th time since 2014, Fat Foot Films once again competed in the Boston 48 Hour Film Project.  And this year we finally won the AUDIENCE AWARD, one small step for man, one giant step for fat footed filmmakers.

This year our requirements were: GENRE- Mockumentary, PROP- Bracelet, CHARACTER- Lauren or Lawrence Soto, Mentor, LINE- “I couldn’t have said it better myself.”

Our short film was entitled “Love at First Boop” about a relationship mentor named Lawrence Soto (Dan Black) who was sent to live with a troubled couple Eddie (Eddie Frateschi) and Sheri (Sheri Lee).

The weekend of June 2nd through June 4th, in just 48 hours, 800 filmmakers across New England created 58 films.  The best of these films will be screened on July 11th at the Somerville Theatre.
The panel of judges (Ty Burr, reporter and film critic at the Boston Globe; Joyce Kulhawik, President of the Boston Theater Critics Association; and Tom Meek, President of the Boston Society of Film Critics) are currently deliberating on the winners of the awards, including Best Film, which will go on to represent Boston at Filmapalooza and vie for Best 48HFP Film of 2017.

Below are our previous 48 Hour Film Project Entries.

From 2014 (HORROR)

From 2015 (COMEDY)

From 2016 (MYSTERY)

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