The Amman 48 Hour Film Project

22 November 2015

The 48 Hour Film Project is the oldest and most popular timed film-competition in the world. Established in 2001, and stretching over 100 countries around the world. This will be the first time this film festival/competition comes to the Amman.

Concept: Teams of local filmmakers have 48 hours to collaborate & make a film. They race against each other to write, direct, shoot, and edit - all in just 48 hours. It's cinema designed as sport. The competition is open to all Jordanian residents, and there is no age, format or experience restriction to register.

The Amman 48 Hour Film Project 2012 kicks off on Thursday April 5th at 7p.m.  Teams will all get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre, all to include in their movie. On Saturday, April 7th, all films must be completed and between 4 - 7 minutes long.

Each completed film is guaranteed a screening at Rainbow Theater on April 13th-14th, 2012. Followed by a “best of" screening on April 20th to announce the "Best 48 hour film” of Amman. The winner competes against 120 winners of participating countries in February 2013 in Hollywood, and ten of these films will also screen at Cannes.

To Register your team:
Registration fee per Team: 90JD -- Deadline: April, 3rd.

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