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El 48 Hour Film Project es un fin de semana salvaje y despierto en el que tu y tu equipo deberán realizar un cortometraje - escribir, rodar y editar - en sólo 48 horas. La noche del viernes, los equipos sacan el género al azar de un sombrero. A continuación, se les da un personaje, un objeto y una línea de diálogo que deberán  incluir en el corto. El domingo por la noche, en un evento de locos, se entregan los cortometrajes terminados y los equipos celebran. Los cortos se proyectan a los pocos días en una sala de cine, frente a una audiencia de cineastas, amigos y familia.

El 48HFP es la competencia de cine más antigua del mundo y la más grande competencia cronometrada - la abuela de todas ellas. Si buscas una gran plataforma, es esta. El 48HFP es creatividad y diversión. Se trata también de comunidad. Durante años, el 48HFP ha estado ayudando a cineastas creativos a conectarse entre sí y hacer películas. Estas conexiones van más allá de la cinematografía - participar en el 48 ayuda a la gente a encontrar amigos, colaboradores, puestos de trabajo e incluso novias y novios! Incluso hay algunas parejas del 48HFP que han llegado a casarse!

Géneros Elementos Reglas Cinematográficas

Local e Internacional!! Alrededor del mundo

El 48HFP convierte el cine local en internacional! Estamos en 130 ciudades de todo el mundo, en 6 continentes. ¿Qué significa esto para los participantes? Si ganas en tu ciudad, entrarás en arenas internacionales. Los cineastas ganadores de cada ciudad son invitados a proyectar su corto en Filmapalooza - nuestro evento anual de cierre, ahí los cineastas se conocen (y festejan) en esta Villa Olímpica Cinematográfica, compitiendo por el título internacional a la Mejor Película.

Ciudades Fines de semana

Our History How it all got started

In 2001, way back in the days even before flash drives and HD quality video, Mark Ruppert and Liz Langston were making short films. Mark came up with a crazy idea – to make a film in 48 hours! They tried it and found that it was not only possible – it was exhilarating. The big question back then was... Would films made in only 48 hours even be watchable? The answer was a resounding yes.

Now, over 30,000 films later, the 48 Hour Film Project has become a rite of passage for filmmakers around the world.

  • More than 900 competitions have taken place around the world!
  • More than 30,000 short films made!
  • More than 390,000 filmmakers have taken part!
  • Nine special screenings at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner!
  • More than $800,000 in cash and prizes awarded to filmmakers!
  • And 14 Filmapaloozas to date!

Our Mission Our goals & what we strive to do

The 48 Hour Film Project's mission is to advance filmmaking and promote filmmakers. Through its festival/competition, the Project encourages filmmakers and would-be filmmakers to get out there and make movies.

The tight deadline of 48 hours puts the focus squarely on the filmmakers—emphasizing creativity and teamwork. While the time limit places an unusual restriction on the filmmakers, it is also liberating by putting an emphasis on doing instead of talking.

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Current Tour

In 2015 the 48HFP will visit more than 130 cities where more than 60,000 people will make short films.

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Teams and Filmmakers

We've had about 30,000 teams in the Project over the years, and at 13 people per team, that translates to roughly 394,000 people who have answered the call to come on out and make a movie!

Around the World

The Project has truly spread to the four corners of the globe. Filmmakers from Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas will compete to see who can make the best short film in a weekend.

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One Big Experiment

The 48HFP had it's start as a filmmaking experiment between friends. Who knew back then that it would grow to become a global phenomenon?!?

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First Line of Dialogue

In the very first project ever, the required line was: I made you who you are, and I can just as easily break you.

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Smallest Team

Our smallest team has consisted of one person who sets up the camera then runs around to be on-camera.

Our Largest Team

Our largest team to date was a team from Albuquerque with 116 people and 30 horses!

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