Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Fw: The 48 Hour Film Project Returns in 2010... plus some extra fun!

 Hi 48 Hour Filmmakers and Fans!
 The 48 Hour Film Project returns to Pittsburgh in 2010!  We'll be
soon with the most exciting 48 filmmaking hours of your
 life!  Keep an eye out here for official dates and the start of

 In the meantime, we have a lot of cool things coming up.  Including, a chance to:
 1. Vote your least favorite genre "Off the Island!"
 2. Make a 48HFP Music Video  - no time limit!
 3. Attend our end of the year extravaganza - Filmapalooza in Vegas!

 Take this short, and I mean really short survey, to help us decide the
 official genres this year.  Tell us which to keep and which to get rid
 of in  2010.  (A note to you lovers and haters of our beloved
 "Musical/Western"... it's not going anywhere, so vote for something
 else to get rid of or keep.)  This is also your chance to make
 suggestions for the required Character/Prop/Line of Dialogue for
 cities throughout the world, so put those thinking caps on!

 Go here to take the survey:

 That's right... here's your chance to take a little more time to make
 your masterpiece 48HFP film.  Make a Music Video to "You Have 48
 Hours" by Bill Briare.  We invite you to make a music video -- in
 whole or in part -- and we'll mix the submissions together for the
 best music video ever and post it on our website and on YouTube.

 The deadline for submissions is February 28th, so don't miss out.  For
 more info, go to:

 We'll be in Vegas to celebrate the fantastic 48HFP filmmaking of 2009
 and we hope you'll join us.  Filmapalooza is April 10-12 at the NAB
 Show.  We'll screen all the 2009 City Winning Films, the winning
 Showdown and National Film Challenge films, network with filmmakers
 from around the world and party like it's 2010.

 Registration for Filmapalooza is only $25... AND it includes access to
 the NAB Show Floor for free!  Go here to register:

 We hope you'll take part in one or all of the above!

--Kahmeela and Nina

Kahmeela Adams
Nina Gibbs
 48 Hour Film Project

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