Most Important Question

When the answer to the question really matters, it seems wise to be fully prepared. In this story, (an entry in the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project), the protagonist seems to have considered this perspective.

Take a look now at The Preposal and see if you think he’s done his homework.

This film was submitted by Hi and Bye Productions for the San Francisco event. It’s their fourth year to compete in the city.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room.

Tickets are available here.

Filmmakers who think that it would be a fun challenge to create a complete short film in just two days can give it a try in San Jose.  Registration is open now for the San Jose competition to be held on July 26th through the 28th. More details can be found at the San Jose city page.

When Are You Going to Clean Up This Mess?

Time travel can be a nasty business. Especially if the Time Bros are involved.

Take a look at this short film created for the 48 Hour Film Project in Milwaukee. See if you agree with the audience that this is an absoluate hoot.

Get out your own foil helmets and ray guns – and enjoy Time Bros.

This film won the Audience Choice Award for its group in the Milwaukee.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room.

Tickets are available here.

Filmmakers who’d like to try their hand at making an entire short film in just two days can register now for the 2013 San Jose competition to be held on July 26-28. More details can be found at the San Jose city page.

Who’s Really Connected

Business can be brutal. Numbers are crunched, promises are made, promotions are on the line.

This film explores the seedy underbelly of a business much like one that may be right in your neighborhood.

We invite you to enjoy Made Marilyn.

This film was submitted by EyeQ Films for the 2013 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room.

Tickets are available here.

Filmmakers who find this challenge inviting can try their hand at creating an entire short film in only two days. Registration is open now for the 2013 San Jose competition. The competition weekend is July 26th. More details can be found at the San Jose city page.

The People You Meet

As Mac searches for something dear to him, he encounters interesting people and unusual artifacts.

In this story (created for the 48 Hour Film Project), we get a rare glimpse into the side of life that most of us don’t get to see first-hand.

Take a look now, and see if there’s something that Mac’s journey adds to your perspective in — 271

This story won awards for Best Acting and Best Writing in the 2011 Portland competition.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room.

Tickets are available here.

Filmmakers interested in the challenge of making a complete short film in just two days can register now for the San Jose competition.  The filmmaking weekend is July 26-28 and the completed films will screen at the Camera 12 in downtown San Jose. Details can be found at the San Jose city page.

Sing Till You Drop

In the age of biologic weapons and super germs, there is no way to predict what will surface next.

The folks at Moviefilm Cinema created this entry for the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project. In their story, we see their ideas about what the future might hold.  Oh yes, and it’s all told in song. We invite you to enjoy A.R.I.A.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room

Tickets are available here.

Filmmakers who are inspired by the challenge of creating an entire short film in just two days may register now for the San Jose competition. More details can be found at the San Jose city page.

Please Reshare

We’re not saying that the current generation has an obsession or anything but…

This film, an entry in the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project, was submitted by the team Monday Night Video Club. This was their first attempt to create a 48 Hour Film and we think maybe they’ve found their niche. See if you agree as you enjoy The Post.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room.

Tickets are available here.

For filmmakers who want to try their hand at making a short film in just two days, registration for the San Jose competition is now open. The competition weekend is July 26-28th. More details can be found at the San Jose city page.

The Essence of Identity

Have you ever had the experience of seeing something that no one else could see?

The young lady in this story is certain that she knows the truth, so why don’t others see it?

Find out what you believe as you enjoy Who Are You?

This film was submitted to the 2013 San Francicso 48 Hour Film Project.

On Sunday, July 14th, the awards from the 2013 San Francisco competition will be announced. The Awards and Highlights show runs from 5:00-8:00pm will be held at the Delancey Street Screeing Room.

Tickets are available here.

Filmmakers who find this challenge (making an entire short film in just two days) may register now for the San Jose competition. More details can be found at the San Jose city page.