Monday, December 28, 2015

48FILM Project to award $100,000 budget for feature film as Grand Prize

The 48FILM Project creates largest award ever offered by short film competition with a $100,000 (one hundred thousand dollars, USD) budget to film a feature film as Grand Prize.

The online festival is open to everyone: beginner to professional, from all nations.  Once registered, a competing team selects a genre and importantly: when they want to start the clock. 48FILM Project provides three (3) elements that are required to be included: a character, a line and a prop. Filmmakers then have forty eight (48) hours to create a short film in English or with English subtitles, four (4) to seven (7) minutes in length and upload it to Creators retain the rights to their own intellectual property.

A jury of recognized producers, directors, cinematographers, casting directors and actors will review the films and select the winners.  Winning films will be screened at the 2015 award ceremony in Los Angeles, California on February 9, 2016 at the Director’s Guild of America.

Grand Prize: In 2015, 48FILM Project will select a team from the award winners including Best Producer, Best Writer, Best Director, Best Cinematographer and Best Actor to make a feature film with a $100,000 budget.

48FILM Project Founder, Francesco Vitali notes, “Over the past few years we have discovered incredible talent from around the globe who have gone on to building their careers in the industry. Each project is judged by a jury of industry leaders and measured according to it’s own strength: whether created by an auteur, or a team.  This festival is a platform for creativity. You can be avant garde or commercial - as long as you follow our simple rules and create with passion.”

For more information, visit:

To register and be eligible to win the Grand Prize of making a feature film:

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