The 48 Hour Film Project is Coming to Kaohsiung!!

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The 48 Hour Film Project is Coming to Kaohsiung!!

Postby heavyq » 10 Jan 2011, 16:40

Hello filmmakers, both amateur and professional! The world's biggest 48-hour filmmaking competition is coming to Kaohsiung! The 48 Hour Film Project was founded ten years ago and is now featured in over 90 cities on all six continents! Now, filmmakers in Kaohsiung will have the chance to take part in this exciting event! In June, teams of filmmakers will have 48 hours to write, film, edit, score and complete a short film! In addition to being a fun and rewarding challenge, there will be prizes awarded for "Best Film", "Best Actor", "Best Actress" etc. Moreover, the best films from each city will have a chance to be screened at The Cannes Film Festival's "Short Film Corner"!!!!! That's right, The Cannes Film Festival! For more information on the rules, how to register, etc. check out the official site:
http://www.48hourfilm.com/kaohsiung/
Chinese中文 http://kaohsiung48hfp.blogspot.com

More information will be added to the sites as the event date approaches! Sign up at the above site to stay informed!!
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