The 48 Hour Film Project

The 48 Hour Film Project

See below for 2003 results.
For more information on 2016, click here...

Cincinnati area filmmakers had just two days—from Friday, August 8 until Sunday, August 10—to write, shoot and edit a short film.

Congratulations to the Best Film of Cincinnati 2003: Stupid Johnny's "CIA Holes"!

Drawing/Kickoff: August 8, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. at Norhtern Kentucky University's Department of Communication television studio, Landrum Academic Center 305. (Directions to NKU) Landrum is the five story building to the right of the Welcome Center (and loading docks) as you enter campus on Nunn Drive. Parking passes are not required after 6:00 p.m.

Drop Off Event: August 10, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. at the Jefferson Hall Saloon, 1150 Main Street in Cincinnati. OFFICIAL DROP OFF DEADLINE: 7:30 p.m. (Mapquest map)

Screening/Awards: August 11, 7:00 p.m. & 9:30 p.m. at the Madison Theater at 730 Madison Street in Covington, KY. (Directions to the Madison Theater)

48 Hour Project Teams:

  • Black Box, Brian Bergen
  • Dogmeat, Scott Wegener
  • IDEA, Ryan Smith
  • Identity, Alex Johnson
  • If It Moves, Shoot It!, Britt Warner
  • Impact Video Productions, Christian Appleby
  • Jeboda Beasli Productions, Devon Sayers
  • KAN, Mary Nagel
  • Pentangular Pictures, Craig Spinks
  • Pirates, Brandon LeBeau
  • Sheen, Rasheen Crawley
  • Stupid Johnny, Molly Donnellon
  • Team Banzai, Adam N. Duke
  • Team WCET, Nick Baute
  • The Collective, Ericka M. Smith
  • The Countering Group, Lonna Kingsbury
  • The Young Professionals, Chris Strobel
  • The Red Team, Shawn Adams
  • The Ringers, Jason Brown
  • Timeless Image, Christopher Ratledge
  • TVACOM, Dave Thies
  • Pixel Farmers, Mark Stucker
  • Watertower Pictures, Dan Reynolds
  • WHO, Jeff Winkelman

Liens 48HFP


Photo by Keith Lanser.


Character: Dawn Sperling, Efficiency Expert
Prop: a tennis racquet
Line of Dialogue: "Well, I didn't see that coming."