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By Mary
We’re dropping the episode a bit early this week for a venture into Lower Lawrenceville with Kahmeela and Dan from the Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project. We delve into the difficult and rewarding process of making a short film in only 48 hours and why this festival is a great showcase for the local film scene. Other topics include: the art of storytelling, the evolution of PGH neighborhoods, our shared hatred of grocery shopping, and the hierarchy of the Furry community.

Recorded on location at Tamari in Lower Lawrenceville.

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The 48 Hour Film Projects will have its premiere screening on July 18, 19, and 20 at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont. Tickets can be purchased here.

For more information on the 48 Hour Film Project, visit their website or follow them on Twitter @Pittsburgh48HFP.

Follow Kahmeela on Twitter @The_RuggedAngel

Follow Dan on Twitter @danielfriedson

Mentioned in this Episode:
Manchester Craftsman Guild
Steel City Improv
Hotel Nowhere
Well Known Strangers
Kelly Strayhorn Theater
Ritter’s Diner
Brian Cottington Creations
Coherence (film)

Source: Brunchburgh