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Teams can still register for this year’s 48 Hour film Challenge at the Exeter Phoenix, taking place on 10-12 November 2017.
In its eighth year, one of the clearest outcomes of the Exeter Phoenix’s 48 Hour Film Challenge is the amount of fun the teams get out of. We reckon it’s down to the creative challenge combined with the bond of getting something done in a short timescale coupled with the thrill of seeing your handiwork on the big screen.
There’s a digital invasion going on in Hannahs at Seale-Hayne this summer, and quick-witted filmmakers can take part. There’s a 48 hour film challenge for those who want to flex their creative muscle in South Devon this summer.
The numbers have been crunched for the Two Short Nights 48 Film Challenge. According to reports, 36 teams registered 27 teams collected their assignments and a brave, but exhausted, 18 teams made it through to the bitter end.
There is only one week left to register teams for the 48 Hour Film Challenge for the Two Short Nights film festival 2012.
The Exeter Phoenix is challenging all budding filmmakers to create, shoot and edit a film in the space of just 48 hours. No experience is necessary -just a good imagination and a free weekend.
For the second year running, the Exeter Phoenix media centre is holding a 48-hour film challenge from Friday, November 6 to Sunday, November 8
Two Short Nights Film Festival returns to Exeter Phoenix this winter, bringing with it the famous 48 Hour Film Challenge. From first-time filmmakers to seasoned professionals, this inspiring (and free!) challenge sees teams from across the region compete to be crowned the Best 48 Hour Film at the annual short film festival. And it poses the creative, fun challenge: can you make a film in 48 hours?[Read more…] about Challenge! Can you make a film in 48 hours
Now in it’s seventh year, the Two Short Nights 48-Hour Film Challenge is calling on the creative, the ingenious and those with endurance to join in one of the most vibrant filmmaking events in the South West.
Faced with making a movie in 48-hours, not many filmmakers would engage in some arts and crafts on the way, but that’s exactly what winning team Mosaic Machine did with their touching and lyrical film Autumn Leaves, which won the Two Short Nights 2011 48-Hour Film Challenge Award.
When you get some of the most talented filmmakers in the South West having raced against time to make films which must include a key as prop, a specific line and be on the theme of Hero, you’re going to get some interesting results.
Are you up to the challenge to create, shoot, and edit a film in the space of just 48 hours? For the third year the Exeter Phoenix is running a 48-Hour Film Challenge to be part of its Two Short Nights festival of film.
The 48-Hour Film Challenge is back for the third year running, challenging D+Cineastes to create, shoot and edit a film in just 48 hours.
Stuart Dawson and Su Elliot won the 48-Hour Film Challenge at the Exeter Phoenix as part of Two Short Nights with their film The Existential Dilemma of Johnny Yo. We caught up with them, via Twitter with to find out more.
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It’s occasionally worthwhile falling back onto cliches, which is why it’s heartening to say the high quality of films created during the Two Short Nights 48-Hour Film challenge made it difficult to judge.
Filmmaking is big business -it took two years, involved over 500 cast and crew, and cost $225,000 000 to make Quantum of Solace. But what can you do with 48 hours, a handful of mates and a budget big enough to keep you fuelled with coffee for the weekend?
The programme has now been announced for Exeter Phoenix’s short film festival, Two Short Nights. The 18th annual festival of short film will take place 27-29 November at Exeter Phoenix’s independent solar-powered cinema, Studio 74. The newly announced programme places a diverse range of must-see films from around the world alongside emerging local filmmaking talent.[Read more…] about Film fest brings sustainability to Exeter’s solar-powered cinema
Only the young, it seems are immune to ageing. And it’s the effects of ageing and capturing those life changing moments that is at the heart of the new film Songbird, which was shot in Cornwall.[Read more…] about Songbird: Cobie Smulders stars in new Falmouth based film
The Down on the Farm documentary film commission project from North Devon Moving Image supports filmmakers and highlights the real stories of what it’s like to be a farmer. We caught up with filmmaker Michael Balsdon, who is making a film about his family of farmers, and it’s opened his eyes to the work they do.[Read more…] about Farm doc filmmaker Michael Balsdon gets a new level of respect
There was a buzz throughout the Two Short Nights Film Festival in Exeter. And plans for a second screening of the local talent programme have already been made.[Read more…] about Two Short Nights film festival celebrates local talent
There are more than 50 films on show at this year’s Two Short Nights film fest. How do we know? We used science. We counted all we could and then figured in the 48 hour film comp flicks. Et voila. You’ll be pleased to know you can now take your pick of the massive short offerings, that includes screenings plus industry events. Here’s a run-down of what not to miss.[Read more…] about 50+ films covering all of life (and a little death) What not to miss at Two Short Nights
Documentary can be powerful, personal and universal. It’s a great way to tell stories for a wider audience, and the Exeter Phoenix and Real Stories have got £1,000 to help you make it. Here are the details…[Read more…] about £1,000 for filmmakers to create a brand new documentary from the Exeter Phoenix
How long is a piece of string? In terms of the RoughCut 60 Second Film Challenge, it is, funnily enough 60 seconds. Scriptwriter Tom Eastwood tied that up with his film The String, which bagged top prize. We caught up with him to find out about his big, big, short film.[Read more…] about Heart of string, Tom Eastwood talks about his Roughcut 60 Second Film Challenge winning film The String
Filmmakers, adventurers, thrill seekers and silver screen starlets are invited to take part in Exeter’s 11th annual 48-Hour Film Challenge to write, shoot and edit a 3-minute film in just 48 hours. This year’s best films will be shown on the big screen at Exeter Phoenix during a special screening at the annual Two Short Nights Film Festival (30 Nov -2 Dec).