See the Completed Films Here
Originally seen at CCA on June 9
On June 1st, Columbia Center for the Arts hosted a 48 Hour Film Project, put on by Foxcard Media. Our purpose was to allow film teams to become as creative as possible without worrying about the “quality” of the video such as high definition, perfect lighting, camera or lens type, etc. The teams used their equipment of choice, without having the constant worry of the “look” of the video. The teams did an amazing job and we want to congratulate them on their success.
Films were originally previewed at Columbia Center for the Arts on June 9 to a full house.
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First place winner, team Tra La La: The 48 Hours.
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About the 48 Hour Film Project ...
The 48 Hour Film Project took place in early June at Columbia Arts with Foxcard Media hosting the completion. 12 teams registered to compete in the project.
Teams were given the assignment to create a 4 to 7 minute film in 48 hours. Each team picked a theme for their project, teams needed to use two props and extra points were given for use of lines from old movies.
The teams met on Friday June 1st at 5:30 p.m. and had till Sunday June 3rd at 6:00 p.m. to turn them in.
Films were judged by a panel on June 6th and on June 9th Columbia Arts hosted the screenings and award ceremony for the films. Prizes were awarded to the top two teams, as part of that prize the top two were also awarded entry into the Mt. hood Independent Film Festival to take place the weekend of Oct. 26 – 28th at Columbia Center for the Arts.
For More Information
Contact Catherine Butler, Columbia Center for the Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org