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Ron Howard Crowd-Sourced Production Now Online

The culmination of a very cool Canon-sponsored contest has been posted after separate red carpet premieres last month in New York and Los Angeles.

The 24-minute drama When You Find Me, produced by Ron Howard and directed by his daughter Bryce Dallas Howard, takes its narrative cue from eight different winning category photographs. The first one shown, which cues the opening moments of the short, is of a snow-covered tree in a wide open field.

The Howard’s worked with Dane Charbeneau to develop the script and shot it with Canon DSLR cameras. The eight categories for which upwards of 96,000 total digital entries came in were: character, goal, mood, obstacle, relationship, setting, time and the unknown. The film will come down from the Internet on December 19.

Previously on FishbowlLA:
Ron Howard Wants to Develop Your Photos

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