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Can you do it?
Topic by: artvamp
Posted: January 20, 2003 - 12:58 PM PST
Last Reply: January 20, 2003 - 8:04 PM PST

author topic: Can you do it?
artvamp
post #1  on January 20, 2003 - 12:58 PM PST  
THE 72 HOUR FEATURE PROJECT

http://WWW.72HFP.COM

You have exactly three days to shoot, edit, and complete a feature length motion picture. Can you do it?

DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: MARCH 28, 2003
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: APRIL 15, 2003
DEADLINE FOR FINAL MOVIE SUBMISSION: JUNE 3, 2003

The 72 Hour Feature Project is an international competition for film and video makers who have the ability and drive to finish production and post-production on a feature-length motion
picture in three consecutive days or less. As Director of the festival, I believe that great things can be motivated by near-impossible deadlines. With good planning and a concept or script which facilitates haste, new ways of making will emerge. So if youre willing to take the challenge, and strive for both artistry and efficiency, the 72 Hour Feature Film Project could be one of the most rewarding feats you will accomplish as a maker.

We are inviting proposals from every corner of the globe. These must be submitted in English by March 28, 2003, along with the official entry form and entry fee. Only twelve film/video
makers will be accepted to participate. Every proposal that is accepted, and goes on to
successfully meet the 72 hour deadline, will have a well-deserved world premiere screening at the 72 Hour Film Festival in Chicago, USA in June 2003. Makers will receive an official certificate of
completion. At the end of the screenings one movie will be chosen by our judges to receive a Grand Prize and cash award.

There are no restrictions regarding content, film or video format, nor the experience level of the maker. This can be your first feature or your 50th. You may submit treatments for movies of any genre, style, theme, or concept you choose. Autonomous vision will be favored over expertise.

This is a unique opportunity to challenge yourself creatively, and to compete among an international group of motivated and inspired film and video
makers.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, AND OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM:
http://www.72hfp.com

CONTACT
Kristie Alshaibi, Project Director
info@72HFP.COM
dpowers
post #2  on January 20, 2003 - 8:04 PM PST  
huh. so planning could be done beforehand, and editing could be done while shooting continued. huh. wild.

what does "feature-length" mean? there might be a minimum number of minutes, not including titles/credits, right?

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