Not the band, but filmmaking.
The 8th Extreme Filmmaker 48 Hour Film Festival is set to go down at the ArcLight in Los Angeles on August 25th.
Participating filmmakers will have completed a film within 48 hours, from the first frame shot to the final edit. This means that all of production (shooting) and post-production (editing) must be completed in two days, preferably
consecutive. Pre-production does not fall under the time limit – time spent writing, casting, rehearsing, etc. do not count against the 48 hour time limit.
For more info, visit the Extreme Filmmaker 48 Hour Film Festival website.
Posted on June 28, 2005 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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