John Hess and the folks at Filmmaker IQ do a great job of unraveling the mystery (and the folklore) of technical issues that affect filmmakers. You don’t have to be a budding John Cameron to find this fascinating.
The math is elementary and the history is rich in this story about Frame Rate and the Movies.
If you’re so inclined, we invite you to take John’s parting advice. Go make something amazing!
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The names of the top contenders for jury awards including the prestigious Best of City are not public and can be seen on this page.
The jury decisions are being tabulated and the names of the winners will be announced on Monday, Sept 2 at 7pm PDT. The results will be announced during an online virtual screening that will feature many of the top finishers along with some other fun content from the competition season.
The screening will appear on Livestream, hosted by one of our sponsors, Schoolhouse Earth. You can tune in from any web browser or streaming video device. If you’d like to follow the screening from a mobile device, you can monitor the event on Twitter by following the #48hfp hashtag.
In the age of Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram – who can tell what we’re really saying.
The characters in this story endeavor to unravel the mystery, and probably just add to the confusion with their antics.
See if you can work it all out as you enjoy Love in the Time of Texting.
This film was created for the 48 Hour Film Project. Notice from the credits that this team consists of only five people!
You’ll find many other great examples of such films in our archives. If you think it would be fun to make a 48 Hour movie with your friends, it’s easy to register for the San Jose competition. The filmmaking weekend is July 26-28 and all films turned in will screen at the Camera 12 in downtown San Jose. Hope to see you (and your movie) there.
If you’re in the San Jose and aren’t sure if you want to lead a team, you can drop in at the Happy Hour meet & greet tonight to ask veterans how it’s done and what you should plan for. Details are on the city web page, and on the Facebook fan page.
The 48 Hour Film Project will return to San Francisco the weekend of July 10 – 12, 2015. Filmmakers from all over the SF Bay area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world for the title “Best 48 Hour Film of 2015”.