Do Whatever It Takes

Competitive filmmaking team Film Antics has been submitting entries to the 48 Hour Film Project for as long as it has been in San Jose. Their short films have garnered recognition on multiple occasions with jury awards including Best Cinematography in both San Jose and San Francisco. They will return to the 2012 San Jose competition in a year during which they have already competed in other cities. This is a tenacious and talented team.

This entry from their San Diego competition tells the story of a man who must do whatever it takes to get what he needs. Take a look now at Room 133.


There is still time to register a team to compete in the August event. Regular registration fees are in effect through Tuesday, July 31. After that, the late registration fee is in effect.  Here are some other dates that relate to the event.

Aug 2 – Happy Hour Meet & Greet at San Pedro Square Market. No tickets or cover charge. Be there to meet other filmmakers and sponsors from the San Jose community

Aug 12 – Film Dropoff at South First Billiards. Join filmmakers as they turn in their movies and swap fresh war stories. No tickets or cover charge.

Aug 15 & 16 – Screenings. All films turned in on time will be screened at the Blue Light Cinema in Cupertino

Sep 9 – Awards and Highlights. See a dozen or more of the top entries and learn first hand who wins the coveted Audience Choice Awards and the jurists’ selection for City Winner.


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