48 Hour Film Project Registration is Open
The 48 Hour Film Project, the world’s largest timed filmmaking competition, is happening again this year in Denver. Registration is now open.
From August 2nd-4th, hundreds of Coloradans will spend a wild, sleepless weekend creating short films at breakneck speed as part of a global competition. Fueled by imagination, ingenuity and fair number of energy drinks, participants will compete for the chance to win a $5,000 grand prize and the opportunity to screen their mini-masterpiece at the Cannes International Film Festival’s Short Film Corner in 2014.
At the Denver kick-off event on Friday, August 2nd, each team registered will receive a movie genre, character, prop and line of dialogue that must be incorporated into their film. The teams then have 48 hours to write, direct, score and shoot their film, which must be submitted on Sunday, August 4th at the drop-off event by 7:00pm to qualify.
Here's the 2013 winning film "Eleven 0 One" by Stranger Studios. Register your team here. It sounds like a good time and a good test of thinking on your feet.