48 Hour Film Project Melbourne is a short film competition & festival for short films made in only 48 hours. Crazy!

Melbourne (Oct 25-27, 2019)

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25th - 27th of October.
Registration for the 48 Hour is NOW open.
https://www.48hourfilm.com/en/melbourne-au/registernowSo if you're an early bird and want to secure your place in the project - registration below!!Funny team names will most certainly be looked upon favourably. My ability to be easily persuaded is amongst many reasons I am not judging this year.
And here are the full list of award winners from this year's Project! Congratulations to them all and also to everyone took part!!
And here are the Top 5 Audience Choice Award nominations from Wednesday night! They'll be awarded tonight at the Awards Ceremony.
Remember, if you're coming along, it would be great if you could register via EventBrite so we know how many people are coming. We'll be kicking off the ceremony at 7pm in Roc's Bar!
Here are the Top 5 films from Tuesday night's Audience Choice Awards! We'll announce the winner as part of the Awards Ceremony on Thursday!
There's one more night of screenings tonight and tix are still available! Use promo code LASTCHANCE for 20% off ticket prices!
Here are the Top 5 films from Monday night's Audience Choice Awards! We'll announce the winner as part of the Awards Ceremony on Thursday!
Who'll be joining them from Tuesday and Wednesday nights' screenings?
And the nominees are...
Tickets are still available to our screenings nights! Get them here: https://48hfp-melbscreenings.eventbrite.com.au
And if you're coming to the awards ceremony, please register for a ticket here: https://48hourmelbawards.eventbrite.com.au
And our final member of the judging panel: Ron Brown.
Ron is an experienced writer, director, producer, cameraman and editor. He is also the owner of Forté Communications, a Melbourne-based production company established in 1975 and Big Dwarf Music, a music publishing company he formed in 1979 with Paul Kelly.
He has taught courses, held workshops and has personally trained more than 200 interns through his company, including current Australian film directors Ray Argall and James Wan, both of whom had their first years industry experience with Brown after their graduation.
He is currently co-founder and a Board member of Ozflix Pty Ltd and the Australian Film Future Foundation Ltd, with partner Alan Finney. He has also served on the Boards of a number of other non-profit organisations, including the Victoria College of the Arts Secondary School and the Music Managers Forum Australia.
Our second member of the judging panel is Julian Lucas!
Julian sees the world a little differently. With a knack for comic timing and an appreciation for humour in the mundane, he’ll take a brief and paint it with his own unique brush. He looks at everyday situations and creates something irreverent and beautiful.
Julian won Tropfest in 2014 with his short film “Granny Smith” and has previously been recognised for his films at the Melbourne Fashion Film Festival and the Telstra Small Business Awards. He is currently a director at Melbourne film production company Wildebeest.
Our Judging Panel: Currently at work watching your films is the first member of our panel, Victoria Thaine!
An actress, screenwriter, producer and director, Victoria Thaine is an incredible up-and-coming Aussie filmmaker. Her short film “The Kingdom of Doug” won the top prize at Flickerfest in 2013. Victoria has also been a staple of the Australian TV industry, appearing in a range of shows including All Saints, Rake, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Nowhere Boys.
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"An Eight Legged Christmas" was made by team We'll White Balance in Post and screens on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 at Village Cinemas Jam Factory.
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"A Breath of Paradise" was made by team Freshmint and screens on Tuesday, 13 November 2018 at Village Cinemas Jam Factory.
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"A Cautionary Tale of Cheese" was made by team Second Unit and screens on Monday, 12 November 2018 at Village Cinemas Jam Factory.
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