Short Accepted New Mexico
“Sweetie” was the “Best Film” winner at the July 2007 48 Hour Film Project/New Mexico competition. It has since gone on to screen at the Leeds International Film Festival in
“In only seven minutes, ‘Sweetie’ tells a suspenseful story with a gripping ending. The
main character, expertly played by Chad Brummet, is a compelling character in an unusual situation,” said 48 Hour Film Project’s Liz Langston. “The team’s decision to shoot the film in just one location was astute, leaving them time to craft a strong story, told with expert cinematic imagery,” she said.
In February, “Sweetie” was named 2nd runner up at the 48 Hour Film Project’s annual Filmapalooza competition at Cinequest in San Jose, CA, beating over 60 other city winners and more than 2,200 total films from around the world. It was the highest placing American film of 2007.
About Trifecta+ Entertainment:
Trifecta+ Entertainment is an Albuquerque-based production company formed in 2006 by local filmmakers Scott Milder, Mary Holyoke and Corey Weintraub. The trio met and began working together during the 2002 “Flicks on 66” (now Duke City Shootout) filmmaking festival, and collaborated on the DCS Audience Award-winning short film “Something Red” in 2004. The core team has gone on to produce a number of short films, including “The Tea Party” (2006), “A Taste of Rita” (with the Sunday Shooting Club and the 48 Hour Film Project, 2006) and, most recently, the multiple award-winning 48FP/NM film “Sweetie” (2007). The company also staged two live interactive theater events, “Murder House” (October 2006) and “The Tunnel of Love” (February 2007).
Affiliate members Benjamin Walsh and Dusty McGowan joined the company in 2007.
Trifecta+ Entertainment is currently in preproduction on their first feature film. They are in the final stages of production on two independent short films, “Blood Rust” and “Truchas,” and are working with the
About 48 Hour Film Project:
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie—write, shoot, edit and score it—in just 48 hours. On Friday night, you get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre, all to include in your movie. 48 hours later, the movie must be complete. Then it will show at a local theater, usually in the next week.
In 2007, some 30,000 filmmakers made films in 55 cities around the world.
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Sweetie full credit list
Written and Directed by Scott Milder
Story by Scott Milder, Mary Holyoke, Corey Weintraub and Dusty McGowan
Produced by Scott Milder, Mary Holyoke, Corey Weintraub and Dusty McGowan
Trifecta+ Entertainment and the 2007 48 Hour Film Project
Cinematography by Corey Weintraub
Production Design by Mary Holyoke
Edited by Scott Milder
Sound by John Bustamante
Original Music by Benjamin G. Jones
Post-production Assistance by Josiah O’Neil and Damian Montoya
Scott Milder (writer/director) is a writer and filmmaker from
Mary Holyoke (production designer), a Virginia native and
Corey Weintraub (cinematographer) is an
Emily J. Villela (star) is a writer and amateur actor. Born and raised in
Dusty McGowan (co-producer), an
John Bustamante (sound) is an