The 48 Hour Film Project is a worldwide filmmaking competition where each team has just 48 hours (Friday 7pm - Sunday 7pm) to make a 4 to 7 minute long movie. On Friday, each team draws their team's genre out of a hat. Once every team has their genre, the teams wait for the required elements to be revealed: the line of dialogue, prop, and character (all three elements must be included in their film). Joed Polly and Jeff Mission formed team Obnots (an anagram of Boston) back in 2004 and the Obnots haven't missed a year since. We completed our eighth movie, Working Stiff, in May 2011!