48 Hour Film Challenge

Filmmakers! We’re excited to announce a new event for the 2018 Barnes Film Festival – it’s the 48 Hour Film Challenge.

What’s it all about?

It’s for individuals and groups of friends. You’ll have a prop handed to you, plus a line from a film, and finally a location somewhere in Barnes. You then have 48 hours to film, and edit, a 3 minute film and return it to our team!

It’s free to enter @coachandhorsesbarnes on Friday 21st of September (2018, of course) anytime between 6 and 9 pm. You can return your finished film to the same location on Sunday 23rd – that’s 48 hours after receiving your challenge, don’t forget.

Just checking… are there rules & regulations?

The film has to be a maximum 3 of minutes. The rewards? Well, there are cash prizes to be won! Finalists will be screened @recentre_london on Saturday 29th September during our festival.

We celebrate diversity, passion and creativity, plus we like to connect young filmmakers (and anybody interested in film) with industry professionals.

A 48 hours challenge is an unique opportunity for filmmakers of all ages to put their skills to the test. You’ll have to work closely with a team, have quick problem-solving abilities, and put in some hard work. But the results are well worth it!

Why? As it’s also a lot of fun and engaging to produce an artistic piece against the clock. You’ll then see your film screened next to the others in the competition.

Any questions? Please get in touch and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible: info@barnesfilmfestival.com. Or you can use the contact form below – you choose!

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