photo by Christopher Gregory for the New York Times
photo by Christopher Gregory for the New York Times

The New York Times reports that a movie was โ€œconceived, written and shot in just over 24 hoursโ€ and weโ€™re proud to point out this paragraph:

For several contentious hours, the writers expanded the idea to feature length, using the screenwriting manual “Save the Cat!” as a template for plot points, conflict resolution and the rest of the standard Hollywood vocabulary. “We’re comedy writers,” Ms. Simon said. “We throw out jokes and funny beats. It’s harder to do whole movies.”

Read the entire article (and check out the slide show) here!