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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

48 Hour Film Updates

From JAY WALKER - OUR 48HR Film Project Organizer:

Did you know the Best of the Providence 48 HR DVD can now be purchased online? It’s available here: http://www.rifcfilms.com/shop.aspx

Please check out our generous sponsors here: http://www.rifcfilms.com/sponsors.aspx

ALSO - Filmmakers -

The National Film Challenge, the 48 Hour Film Project's sister
competition, is coming on October 23rd through 26th!

http://www.filmchallenge.org

Regardless of where you live, this is your opportunity to write, shoot, and edit a short film in three days. Just like in the 48 Hour Film Project, you'll receive a character, prop, line of dialogue, and a genre at 7pm local time, October 23rd. Then you'll have to mail the film in on October 26th. In the following weeks the top films
(determined by a national panel of judges-Including our own Jay Walker) will be available for viewing (and voting!) on the NFC website. The winning films will screen with the 48 Hour Film Project City Winners at the next FIlmapalooza at the NAB Show, the 48 Hour Film Project's end of year event. In addition there are cash prizes for the winning films!

HOW DO I SIGN UP MY TEAM?
Registration is now open on our website. The number of teams is limited to 300 and registration is on a first come first served basis. The Early Bird Entry Fee is $115 if you register on or before September 23, 2009 and $135 if you register between September 24, 2009 and October 22, 20098. Teams can be anywhere from 1 person to 30 or more people. Read all of the rules of the contest here:
http://www.filmchallenge.org/For-Filmmakers/

Do you have any questions about the National Film Challenge? Please check our FAQ page and then use our web form to submit questions you still need answered. (You get 72 instead of 48 hrs.)
http://www.filmchallenge.org/For-Filmmakers/general-faq.html

The National Film Challenge is a non-profit event brought to you by KDHX Community Media and the 48 Hour Film Project.

http://www.kdhx.org/mediaarts
http://www.48hourfilm.com

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