The 48 Hour Film Project

The Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project

See below for 2003 results.
For more information on 2014, click here...

The Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project
a big success!

36 teams completed films in just two days the weekend of May 16-18. All of the films played to big crowds in May, and the "Best of Atlanta" screened at the Atlanta Film Festival on June 7, at the Rialto Theater.

Here are the award winners
for Atlanta 2003!


"The Hap Hapgood Story"

Pop Films, Scott Poythress & Claire Bronson


Best Film - Honorable Mention

Revelations and the Atomic Wedgie, Toybox Collective, John Petrini

Best Directing

A Perilous Dance, the Damon DeRivers Story, Bob Clark

Best Cinematography

A Perilous Dance, the Damon DeRivers Story, Bob Clark

Best Editing

The Meddlers, Ruckus Films, Brittany Hailes

Best Screenplay - (tie)

1) Revelations and the Atomic Wedgie, Toybox Collective, John Petrini

2) The Last Last and the Tribulations of Johnny Bush,
Fake Wood Wallpaper, Alex Orr

Best Acting

Promise, Unique Sounds, Eduardo Alvarez

Best Sound Design - (tie)

1) Maid to Murder, J'aime Le Fromage, Maxwell Guberman

2) The Hap Hapgood Story, Pop Films, Scott Poythress & Claire Bronson

Best Original Score

Storyboard in A Major, RoundTable Studios, Vincent Ho

Best Graphics

Storyboard in A Major, RoundTable Studios, Vincent Ho

Best Visual Effect

The Last Last and the Tribulations of Johnny Bush,
Fake Wood Wallpaper, Alex Orr

Best Use of Prop

The Meddlers, Ruckus Films, Brittany Hailes

Best Use of Line of Dialogue

Maya, Cluster Duck Pictures, Steve Dirkes & Erica Crabb

Best Use of Character

Prowler, What's That Noise Productions, Marc Mooney


Audience Awards

At each screening we asked the audience to vote for its favorite films

Group A

The Meddlers - Ruckus Films

Group B

A Perilous Dance - The Damon DeRivers Story Mistadobolina

Group C

Revelation and the Atomic Wedgie - Toybox Collective


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Photo by Chuck Koehler.