SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - The film "Road Tripping" by 8bit RAMpage is headed to compete in the national 48 Hour Film Project in Las Vegas.
The film won six awards in the Savannah 48 Hour Film Project, including best directing, best editing, best use of character, best acting, audience choice and best film.
8bit RAMpage consisted of Paragon Design Group members Susan Isaacs, Andrew Davies, Philip Joyner and James Donaldson with Akash Ramlogan, Blake Ellis Jr., Opie Cooper, Hannah Bryan, Murray Wilson, Matt Adams and Sherry Spencer.
Learn more about the process of creating "Road Tripping."
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