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Pittsburgh's one and ony 48 Hour Film Project. Dedicated to bringing the filmmaking society together as one in the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Region.

On the weekend of August 3rd to the 5th 2007, filmmakers across Pittsburgh will be competing in the 48 Hour Film Project’s tour to find “The Best 48 Hour Film of 2007.” Local film teams will have just 48 hours to make a film – from writing and shooting to editing and adding music. The films will have their International Premier just 3 days later at several local theatres.

The 48 Hour Film Project is held in over 50 cities in the US, plus Paris and Brisbane Australia. Pittsburgh films are eligible for awards, such as Audience Winner, Best Cinematography and Best Editing. One team will be selected as the Pittsburgh City Winner and will go on to compete against teams from other cities. The Top 5 teams will go on to compete in the HD Filmmaker Showdown sponsored by Panasonic and Visa. The winning filmmaker of the Showdown will receive a new Panasonic HD Camera as well as distribution for its film.

The city screening will be the week following the production dates. Please let us know if you would like to attend.

Below is information about this year’s competition. We would like to extend the invitation not only to attend the screening of the films, but to spend the weekend on set with any of the local film teams. Please let me know if you would like to speak to the Pittsburgh Producer, or any of the local filmmakers competing in the weekend. For further information, please visit: www.48hourfilm.com.

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  • 47
  • Filmmaking
  • Jun 5, 2007
  • English

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