The team from Clewers have been listening to your feedback and tweaked the rules to give you more time and flexibility for this years 48 hour film challenge. This year you have 48 hours instead of 24 to create that masterpiece. The team have dropped the Clare Valley location shooting requirement. Plus you get the chance to win $500.
"…a real eye opener for both myself and Razz and really showed us how much was involved in making a short film and how difficult it was to meet such a short time limit. We both learned a lot about the importance of pre-production planning and only filming what was really important to the final film…"
Alex Takacs (Winner 2011)
"The competition really stretches the imagination and talent to create a 3min story in a 24 hours. It gave us a premise to achieve our ideas and goals."
Ron Edwards (60+) (Participant 2010)
"I’ve always had a passion for filmmaking and it’s not since high school that I’ve attempted to do anything, so winning The Clewers Film Challenge inspired me to go on and produce more short films. It has shown me that with no budget, limited equipment and a lot of imagination you can produce something truly great."
Mandy Keulen (Winner 2010)
New Format, New Rules
Can you shoot and edit a film in 48 hours? Grab your film buddies and get your creative juices flowing!
You will have 48 hours to make a 3-minute film based on a theme. That’s script, pre-production, shoot and edit.
The grand prize is $500 cash! Also up for grabs a Panasonic HDCSD40 camcorder and a Panasonic DMC53 camera.
All films entered will be screened at the Clare Valley Film Festival, Blyth Cinema on 31st March 2012.
PRE-REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL Please read the rules and register online here
Don’t forget the key rules:
Your film must be 3 minutes long.
Your film must be based on the theme and contain the props given at 7pm 23th March on the website and via email.
A $20 non-refundable entry fee is required.
For more information on the event, visit http://www.clarevalleyfilmfestival.com/film-challenge/