HAMPTON ROADS, VA - The "48 Hour Film Project" is coming to Hampton Roads August 7 -9! Aspiring filmmakers will have their chance at a screening atNorfolk's Naro Exanded Cinema -- and more.
Registration is now open for teams wishing to participate in theproject. Entry is on a first come, first served basis and space islimited. So, if you think you have what it takes, enterTODAY.
The 48 Hour Film Project is the first and biggest timed filmcompetition in the world. This year the project will visit over 70cities around the world.
So what do you need to do? Get a team together and register.You'll be given a genre, a character, a prop, a line of dialogue --and only 48 hours to complete your film. By 7 p.m. Sunday, you'reteams film must be complete and turned in.
The film awarded "Best of City" by the judging panel willrepresent Hampton Roads at the 48 Hour Film Project's Filmapaloozain Las Vegas. You're film will also be entered to win additionalprizes, including $3,000 cash and the opportunity to be screened atthe Cannes International Film Festival in May 2010.
For additional information on the project visit http://www.48hourfilm.com/hamptonroads.
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