The 48 Hour Film Project

The Breda 48 Hour Film Project

See below for 2010 results.
For more information on 2014, click here...

22 teams of filmmakers made a movie during the International Filmfestival Breda in only a weekend. All movies were shown during the festival.

The jury of Monic Hendrickx, Mark de Cloe and Ton van Zantvoort chose "Criss Cross" as the Best Film. It will be shown in the MustSee before Clash of the Titans.

The Public Choice Award was won by "Hel Een".



Breda 48HFP Links

           

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Elements

Character: Kees or Keesje Kramers, wereldkampioen kruiswoordraadsels (world champion at crosswords)
Prop: een gouden lepel (a golden spoon)
Line of Dialogue: "Ik wil er twee, voor de zekerheid." ("I like two, to be sure.")



Group A

Spring (drama)
Sjansbaque (Sophie Slabbekoorn)

Femme Fatal(film de femme)
Broodje Aap (A.P. Mulder)

Eigen ogen (horror)
AG 48 (Jelle van Meerdendonk)

Breuk (romance)
Wanderlust Film (Rob Ijpelaar)

Triade (buddy film)
Vestefilm (Maurits Roos)

House of flying spoons (musical/western)
Aap Noot Mies (Jasper Knol)

Pionnen (thriller/suspense)
BtoA (Vincent Oudendijk)

Zanzibar (film noir)
R.A.M.P. TV (Shafelly Snijders)

Extraterrestrial (sci fi)
Tartufo Films (Nicolette de la Rambelje/Davide Indaco)

Vent(comedy)
Zuiderfilm (Sven Braat)

Camera Obscura(time travel)
Crew Expendable (Martijn Chel)

Group B

Negentiennegenennegentig(historical fiction)
Uitlaat Mediawerk (Boris Blom)

Better safe than sorry (sci fi)
x-path (Alona Barleben)

IJs (film de femme)
Bongo Bongo Productions (Nanko Goeting/Robijn Voshol)

Hel Een (romance)
Joop (Nick Bokkerink)

Handicap (buddy film)
Mediawerkplaats Rotterdam (Annemarie van Waterschoot)

Shadows of the mind (film noir)
B.E.A.R. productions (Patrick Vranken)

Criss Cross (comedy)
Lumiere076 (Robbert Boom)

Niet vast, drie letters (mockumentary)
Roosenstein Producties (Judith Roosenstein)

Zeeduivel (horror)
Pudding (Bouke Mekel)

Lichte Inval (road movie)
Fontys hoge school voor de kunsten (Maarten Rutten)

Masjiach (musical/western)
RARIG (Evert Josemanders)