48 Hour Film Project - NYC
PLEASE READ ticket information carefully, as we've got lots of options:
The ALL-SCREENING PASS is your best value, and gets you into all 6 screenings, including the Best of New York, for $39. TO BUY THIS ALL-SCREENING PASS, UNDER "I wish to buy tickets for" SELECT Jun 05, 2009 5:59 PM.
The STAY ALL NIGHT ticket gets you into both screenings either Friday night (June 5) or Saturday night (June 6); they are $16. TO BUY THIS STAY ALL NIGHT TICKET, UNDER "I wish to buy tickets for" SELECT "Jun 05, 2009 6:14 PM" or "Jun 05, 2009 6:14 PM".
SINGLE SCREENING GROUP tickets are also available for $10 each. To buy these tickets, select the regular time and date.
Be sure to save your ticket stub and bring it to the Village Pourhouse for a drink special after the show. We'll have after parties at the Pourhouse each night.
ABOUT THE 48 HOUR FILM PROJECT
The 48 Hour Film Project, the first and biggest timed film competition in the world, brings filmmaking teams together to make a movie from scratch. Filmmakers write, shoot, edit and score a film in two days.
This unique event begins in New York on Friday, May 29th when each team draws a genre out of a hat. All teams are given the same character, prop, and line of dialogue which they must incorporate into their films.
Then, on Sunday, May 31, the bleary-eyed filmmakers race to the finish line to submit their film by the 7:30 pm deadline. No exceptions!! No amount of crying, pleading or death threats will soften the heart of the New York Producer.
On June 5, 6, 7, all films will be viewed on the big screen in front of a packed house. Three judges will vote on which film deserves the honor of "Best of New York" film while the audience will vote for their favorites.
This is a competition that is exciting, exhilarating, frustrating, exhausting and pure fun!
The winning New York team will compete against other films at the 48 Hour Film Project's Filmapalooza, our international screening and awards event. This year Filmapalooza is at the NAB Show in Las Vegas in April, 2010. International winners screen at Cannes!
Cantor Film Center
36 East 8th Street
New York, NY 10003
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