Lights, camera, action! The 48 Hour Film Project is returning to New Orleans for the 11th year this July.
How does it work? Filmmakers have until Friday, July 21 to register a team to compete in the project. Following registration, teams will have 48 hours between July 21-23, to create a short film from scratch – writing, shooting, and editing. On the following weekend, July 28-29, the films will premiere at the Solomon Victory Theatre at the National WWII Museum just a week after they were made.
Teams compete in a range of categories, including Best Film, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Design, and many more. Audience members will also have a chance to vote on this year's Audience Award wInners. The winner of Best Film in each city will receive a screening at Filmapalooza 2018 among other prizes, and the top 10 films from around the world will be screened at the Short Film Corner at Cannes 2018.
Tickets to the screenings are $10 and can be purchased via the tool below or by clicking here.