Another RPS Short Film

48hour film Bullboarder "rhymeswithsausage" made a recent posting pointing to a video he created as part of the 48 hour film project that is based upon RPS. We feel that this project is certainly worth a mention on our Think Three Blog.

Considering the whole project was conceived, written, shot and edited in 48 hours, we think it is a fantastic accomplishment and the World RPS Society is honoured that we helped inspire your creativity.

Here is an excerpt from his post:

 

 Back in 2004, I read this article about World RPS in Rolling Stone. The idea was so wonderful and amazing that it stuck in the back of my mind. In April of that year I took part in a film contest called the 48 Hour Film Project. My team was assigned to make a mockumentary, and so my memory brought forth the information on the World RPS tournament.

We created RPS 2004: road to the championship, the story of several competitors vying for the RPS Championship. Oh, and the current champ happens to have three arms.

Fast forward to the autumn of 2005, and I found myself at a rain-soaked tourney in Philadelphia, PA. I met C. Urbanus and shared the movie with him. He was amused by it, and even though I was out in the first round of that tourney, he still said Hello to me when I saw him at a tournament in south NJ a few months later. He invited me to join him in the impending USARPS events, which I did. (Take them down from the inside!) I didn’t get far there, either. But I’m still around, and I want to say Hello to all of you fine folk.

The film can be view via YouTube here (95 megs)

48hour film

Bullboarder "rhymeswithsausage" made a recent posting pointing to a video he created as part of the 48 hour film project that is based upon RPS. We feel that this project is certainly worth a mention on our Think Three Blog.

Considering the whole project was conceived, written, shot and edited in 48 hours, we think it is a fantastic accomplishment and the World RPS Society is honoured that we helped inspire your creativity.

Here is an excerpt from his post:

 

 Back in 2004, I read this article about World RPS in Rolling Stone. The idea was so wonderful and amazing that it stuck in the back of my mind. In April of that year I took part in a film contest called the 48 Hour Film Project. My team was assigned to make a mockumentary, and so my memory brought forth the information on the World RPS tournament.

We created RPS 2004: road to the championship, the story of several competitors vying for the RPS Championship. Oh, and the current champ happens to have three arms.

Fast forward to the autumn of 2005, and I found myself at a rain-soaked tourney in Philadelphia, PA. I met C. Urbanus and shared the movie with him. He was amused by it, and even though I was out in the first round of that tourney, he still said Hello to me when I saw him at a tournament in south NJ a few months later. He invited me to join him in the impending USARPS events, which I did. (Take them down from the inside!) I didn’t get far there, either. But I’m still around, and I want to say Hello to all of you fine folk.

The film can be view via YouTube here (95 megs)