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48 hours movie project

During the Halloween weekend on 30th October 2009 till 1st November 2009 Chung Dha helped out filming and more with a crew and made this short movie called the Art of flying, which successfully made within 48 hours and entered the contest. Only 11 out of the 15 teams made it in time.

The script was written by Katarina Ivarrsen and Jessica Wiklund. Leading role by Maggie Hou and David K C Wong. Side roles Jeff Chan, Quentin Kwong and Connie Yeung. Director of photography, editing, lighting, voice recording and more done by Chung Dha.

This version is the entry version which was made within 48 hours, in the coming week will work on a final cut with the material shot during the 48 hours.

Update: This short movie was awarded with best Cinematography and editing.


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