The weekend just past featured the screening the San Diego division of the 48 Hour Film Project, a film festival for extreme film-making (41 films shown all Saturday.) Like last year, CineForm sponsored the event by providing HD projection and up conversion services for all the submitted films. 90% of HD teams even submitted CineForm AVI or MOVs, making our job so much easier -- a thank you goes to all those teams. Also huge thanks goes to Wafian for loaning us a HR-F1 as a mobile playback server. While this unit is normally for on-set or field recording, at has a really neat new feature (in beta) to simplify festival projection. I had wireless access to a play-list, so I could fully control the Wafian's playback while sitting in the auditorium with all the paying customers. I used my laptop to start and stop the projection, jump to particular films, seek to startup frames while the presenters spoke, and select entire playback lists for automated projection. The same can done using any WiFi hand-held like a iPhone. Have you wished to have a remote control that worked in a full movie theater? That the power I had, it was great fun. Looking for forward to next year's innovations.