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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Enter now for The 48 Hour Film Project

Presumably not in the spirit of Another 48 Hrs., The 48 Hour Film Project presents another Atlanta competition for the weekend of June 10. Registration is $160 before May 31, $175 afterward. Filmmakers will have 48 hours to make their own short films, which will be due between 6 and 9 p.m. at the Righteous Room on June 12. The entries will be screened the following Thursday, June 16, with the winners going onto compete against the victors from other cities world-wide.

In case there was any doubt that The 48 Hour Film Project can lead to bigger and better things, last year, the judges bestowed multiple awards, including Best Film, on "Pray" by FUGO Studios. FUGO's Eric Haviv, Brandon Morris and Richard Webb also produced "The Phantom Draw" for the 48 Hour Film Festival's Green Project, and both are screening at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Here's "Pray:"

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