Early bird registration for the 48 Hour Film Project has closed in DC, but regular registration is still open.
This year, 48 Hour Film DC, takes place on the weekend on May 1st. Yet again, I have a conflict that weekend, but I know of several people with teams in the mix this year and I might still find some way to get involved. (Of note, 48 Hour Film Boston, is the same weekend and has already filled up, but you can get on the waiting list.)
For the uninitiated, 48 Hour Film Project is competition where you a write, shoot, edit and score a short film in 48 hours.
- On the Friday evening at the beginning of the 48 hours you are given a genre for your film as well as a character, a prop, and a line to include in your movie.
- On Sunday, the film is due, in completed form, to be screened in a local theater in the following week.
- According to the 48 Hour Film Project site, last year there were 30,000 participants in 70 cities. The Project has been around since 2001, and looks to be going strong.
This all makes for a crazy weekend of filmmaking fun and I highly recommend it to anyone with a weekend to spare. Oh, right, and there are prizes for those of you who go for that.
If you’re not in the DC or Boston areas, other upcoming cities in May are all open for early bird registration now:
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