My husband (writer/director) and I (producer) recently read a post on Stage 32. The article was about a US team who shot their film in eight days (with an additional three days for rehearsals). It had just two main cast, few locations and the dramatic concept of topical storylines, that unfolded through video chat. This is a solid idea when shooting a feature on a micro budget, because it requires minimal angles and set-ups, which allows you to shoot more scenes of dialogue per day. For the full article head on over to Stage 32 by clicking here: 24 Little Hours (in Filmmaking)
Here’s a teaser trailer for the movie, and you can find out more about it on its official website, here.