VIDEO: Watch the Funny (and Creepy) Best Film of St. Louis' 48-Hour Film Project

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The conceit of the 48-Hour Film Project is that teams have only two days to write, shoot and edit a film as best they can, working off a few prompts; in this year's contest, they had to include a puppeteer character, a checkbook, and the line, "Where are we going?"

"Imagined Slights," the video below, won Best Film this year (see other awards here). It will screen at Filmapalooza in Los Angeles in 2013.

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