48 Film Project August 12-14
A friend of mine recently told me about 48 Film Project, which is about to start its fifth year in New Orleans (and tenth year overall).
Teams register online and then spend 48 hours writing, producing, editing (and scoring) a 7-minute film. Later, the films are screened for audiences (always sold-out audiences in New Orleans) and the winning films will be screened at the New Orleans Film Festival. They’ll also compete with the winners of other competing cities for a screening at the Cannes International Film Festival.
There are a limited number of team openings in each city, so register now if you’re interested. You can also register as an individual interested in joining teams by providing your name and contact info, as well as skills and experience.
The kickoff event will be Friday the 12th at 6 p.m. at The Big Top/3 Ring Circus. The dropoff event will be at the same place on Sunday at 6 p.m. In between will be 48 hours of no sleep and lots of creative chaos for each of the teams. Don’t forget to register BEFORE the kickoff event as there is limited availability for teams. You can, however, sign up for a waitlist if they’ve already reached their maximum number of teams and you register to join an already-formed team. Check it all out at the website:
If any of our readers compete (or have competed), we’d love to know about your experience!
Posted on August 3, 2011, in Creativity, Film, Movies, Women and tagged 48 Film Project, Cannes International Film Festival, indie filmmakers, local filmmakers, New Orleans, New Orleans Film Festival, New Orleans film industry, The Big Top/3 Ring Circus. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.