Tickets are still available for the Saturday's screenings of the 168 Hour Film Festival.
Unlike most Hollywood projects -- which budget serious time for locations, editing, actor tantrums, etc. -- these filmmakers only had 168 hours to complete their movies.
Each team's 11-minute film is based on a Bible verse, which is sent out at the start of the pre-production week.
Tickets for Saturday's all-day event are $25 a piece. When organizers say, "all day," they mean it. The day runs from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., which includes plenty of screenings and the award ceremony.