The 48 Hour Film Project is gearing up this summer in three different cities in North Carolina. It’s a great opportunity to assemble a team, make a film, and gain experience.
What is the 48 Hour Film Project?
From the 48 Hour Film Project website:
It’s your chance to stop talking and start filming! The premise? Filmmaking teams have just one weekend to make a short film. All creativity — writing, shooting, editing and adding a musical soundtrack — must occur in a 48-hour window beginning Friday evening at 7:00 p.m. and ending Sunday at 7:00 p.m. The following week, the completed films are screened to an eager audience.
Want to participate?
To participate, assemble a team of people you enjoy working with and go for it. Here are the dates and cities. Each city links to more info about the competition happening in that area.
June 16-18, 2017
- Regular: $178 USD/team (ends Tue, Jun 6)
- Late: $198 USD/team (ends Fri, Jun 16)
June 23-25, 2017
- Regular: $178 USD/team (ends Tue, Jun 13)
- Late: $198 USD/team (ends Fri, Jun 23)
August 11-13, 2017
Registration Opens: Tuesday, June 6
- Early Bird: $148 USD/team (ends Mon., Jul. 17)
- Regular: $178 USD/team (ends Tues., Aug. 1)
- Late: $198 USD/team (ends Fri., Aug. 11)