Beat the Clock IFP-Phoenix 48 Hour Film Challenge Screening and Awards
Beat the Clock IFP-Phoenix 48 Hour Film Challenge Screening and Awards at the Phoenix Art Museum.
Be sure to purchase the ticket for the correct screening.
Join us for an evening of short films, food, music and awards.
This year 19 teams kicked off during the weekend of July 20-22. Here's your chance to see all of the films that were completed. In fact, we'll be screening all of the films twice. Here is a rundown of the evening's events:
5:30pm - Doors open and party begins in the Great Hall with music, food(included in ticket price) and a no-host bar.
6:00pm - Screening of the films in Whiteman Hall while the party continues out in the Great Hall.
8:00pm - Second screening of the films in Whiteman Hall while the party continues out in the Great Hall.
10:00pm - Awards announced in the Great Hall
Films to be screened (not in running order)
Final Hook Upz
Directed by Chris Martin
Written by Chris Martin
Directed by Diane M. Dresback
Written by Matthew Himlin
Crees Vale la Pena?
Directed by Chris Raboin
Writted by Chris Raboin, Grisel Wilson and Andrea Furedy
Jump Ship Productions
Directed by Robert Garcia
Writted by Nicki Legge
Directed by James Politano
Writted by James Politano
Flight in the Eye Productions
Directed by Alexander S. Pawlak
Written by Winter Kane and Heather Woodward
A Stand Up Guy
Directed by Mat Montgomery
Written by The Raspberry Sparkletinis
Directed by Joe Gruberman
Written by Joe Gruberman
Screaming in Silence
UAT Digital Video
Directed by Neil Sparks
Written by Paul DeNigris
Directed by Chris Riley
Written by Maria Yano
Side Effects May Include
Directed by Josh Kaplan and Rob Palmer
Writted by Josh Kaplan and Rob Palmer
The Memory Ride
Running Wild Films
Directed by Travis Mills
Written by Michael Coleman and Travis Mills
Get the Weird Out
Directed by Edward Kishel
Written by Edward Kishel
Directed by Aymi Andrews
Written by Aymi Andrews
Directed by Ronald Vasquez
Writted by Clay Martin, Chris Henager and James Henager
Phoenix Art Museum (View)
1625 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||i can't make it until after ten. will i still be charged to get into the awards ceremony? i acted in one of the films|
||You can purchase a ticket for just the party for $5|