We've been enlisting people around the world to be part of a unique collaboration with Robert Rodriguez, the creative genius behind movies like Sin City, Desperado and From Dusk till Dawn.
Robert shot an action-packed short film, and asked fans to help complete the story by acting, tweeting, drawing and even appearing on Missing Person posters.
The collaboration is now complete and you can see the finished film right here, along with the best contributions from fans, and some documentary footage to tell the story of the project.
The making of Two Scoops
"I was frankly stunned at the production value and work that was put into this in such a short amount of time. Great concept, great effects, great performance… outstanding."
"A very original fun idea and a great execution. He really took the theme of the movie and put his own spin on the character."
"I liked the clean look of the location, effects and of course that cool scar!"
"Great performance and energy, ingenuity with limited means and location/production value. I loved this one."
"This is a great idea linking to the girls day job and would be lots of fun to make."
The Art of Air
"A very creative take. Would have been great to see a deadly weapon being made out of old garden tools."
"This one was close, if we had gone with the brain-creature, Baboso, we would have used this one as a weapon to take it down."
"Really dug the flaming skee-balls. Game machine parts could have looked really cool!"
MR FANCY PANTS
by Harry Wilson
"So many great designs and renderings, this one was a fave. What a great name."
by Jenn Polk
"Cool looking creature, nice rendering. There's a lot of talent out there, everyone did a terrific job."
by Brian Ray
"This one was really creepy fun, beautifully illustrated and well thought out. A very close second."
by Luis Lotta
"Another close contestant, it was a fun design. Those huge arms could have done some real damage."
We're all storytellers
In his 10 Minute Film School, Robert Rodriguez tells students to stop dreaming and start doing. It's something he knows a bit about.
He made his first movie aged 9. At 23, his $7,000 Sundance smash hit, El Mariachi, made him a legend of no-budget filmmaking. Since then, he's gone from action flicks to grindhouse horror to family cinema, and mastered so many disciplines, he's known as 'the one-man film crew'.
Like all truly creative people, he's always hungry for the next challenge and he never stops learning.
He's reached out to fans before with the VISIONary Young Directors Contest and Grindhouse 101. With Project Green Screen, he asked you to step up and help him tell a new kind of story.