Synopsis: The government has found a way to dramatically reduce violent crime in the United States by placing the Vx2 implant in people's brains. Accepting the implant guarantees wealth and opportunities to live a happy and successful life. But, what might the tradeoff be?
Description: Mindclover Productions participated in the A3F 48 Hour One-Shot Film Challenge. A One-Shot is when you can film as many takes as you want, but you can only submit one. They allow two clicks of the camera - On and Off! You can add music, voice over, special effects and titles in post-production, but you cannot edit the video. So, the goal is to have everyone (both cast and crew) do everything perfectly one time and at the same time!! There were 30 teams that participated. Vx2 made it into the top 20 films. We had a great cast of actors as well as a patient crew.
Awards: Almost Famous Film Festival - Top Twenty film
Screenings: 2011 Phoenix Comicon, 2010 Almost Famous Film Festival
Key Crew: Diane M. Dresback (Writer, Director & Producer), Todd "Hutch" Hutchings (Producer), Keith A. Carlson (Director of Photography)
Main Actors: William Connor, Todd "Hutch" Hutchings, Scott Kos, Julie Van Lith
Required Challenge Elements: Theme - Miscalculation; Prop - Piece of paper that is crumpled up by a character; Line - "I have a bad feeling about this"