Thanks to Jason Clemons from SBJ for sending this over ...
We got some free lovin from the Houston Press, and totally didn't ask for it!
Abby Koenig writes:
The first film screened during last night's showcase was called and was created by a company called 4th Collective. The film was described as a dark comedy, but it could have also fallen into the mockumentary realm. It was about an underground "corn holing" competition, which I learned is the name to describe that game, usually found at elementary school carnivals, where kids throw bean bags into holes cut into wooden slats. I was impressed. It was hilarious and looked incredibly professional. Apparently 4th Collective know how to make a 48 hour film; they were the Houston winners in 2009.
Abby then continues ...
Unfortunately screening them first set the bar fairly high, making it difficult for some of the other films to compete, but there were a few golden moments.
Wow Abby ... and we didn't even have to buy you dinner!
Thanks for the kind words, and glad y'all enjoyed it. Anytime you want to write about us, you are more than welcome to do so! We totally like you.