Registration for National Film Challenge Opens Sept. 1


From the 48hr newsletter:
On Oct. 19-22, the National Film Challenge returns. The challenge, which is run by KDHX Community Media, is the sister competition to the 48 Hour Film Project. As with the 48HFP, National Film Challenge contestants have just one weekend to make a short film. But rather than attending a local kickoff to obtain their genre and required elements, teams will receive their marching orders by logging into a secure Web site with a password on Friday at 7 p.m. (their local time). Completed films must be at the local U.S. Postal Service or FedEx office by close of business on Monday. The best films will be screened at theaters, released on a DVD, and possibly air on television. While any filmmaker anywhere in the world can compete, only 300 slots exist and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration for the National Film Challenge opens Sept. 1 and closes Oct. 18. Register by Sept. 20 to qualify for the early registration fee of $110; the regular registration fee is $125. For more information on the challenge or to register, click to


At 8/27/07 1:16 PM, Blogger Nathan Verrill said...

count me in for anything involving potty humor

okay, count me in either way


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