We continue the 48HFP tradition of a "Morning After" interview with Phil Whelan's Morning Brew show at RTHK - hardcore filmmakers who even after a sleepless weekend can show up first thing the next Monday morning to share their experiences on the radio!
Click here for the interview (2nd one in) or look up "Morning Brew" archives on the RTHK website:
And that's a wrap! 15 out of 17 teams crossed the finish line, with our final qualifying team handing over media in the last 30 seconds! (All 17 films will be screened at the Grand this weekend, see previous blo g post for details.)
Thanks to all who participated and helped out, including all our teams (you did it guys!), our uber-organized volunteers Gloria & Christine, our amazing MCs Lee & Amy-Lou (you need to take that show on the road), our super-pro photog/videographer EC, our expert workshop instr...Read more
October 27, 2012
5:00PM & 7:30PM
The Grand Cinema, Elements, Kowloon
Come out and see the results of 48 hours of blood, sweat, tears and filmmaking!
Here are the teams that will be screening at each show, and genres being filmed by them RIGHT NOW!
SCREENING GROUP A - 5:00PM show
Bravo Company (Silent Film)
Halcyon Films (Vacation/Holiday Film)
le shilundano (Mockumentary)
The 3rd edition of the Hong Kong 48 Hour Film Project is kicking off this Friday!
Are you up for an intense, sleepless weekend of creativity, resourcefulness, blood, sweat and tears? Then come out and make a film in 48 hours!
There's still time to sign up your team at www.48hourfilm.com/hongkong
Or if you are looking for a team, send an email to email@example.comRead more
As a pop singer, fashion ambassador and movie actor, writer and director, Juno Mak Chun-lung has led a highly diversified career since he entered the entertainment business in 2002.
After making his acting debut in director Pang Ho-cheung’s ensemble comedy TRIVIAL MATTERS in 2007, Mak was happily drenched in fake blood for the filmmaker’s follow-up effort, the controversial gorefest DREAM HOME, in which Mak played a brutalized policeman. REVENGE: A LOVE STORY scored an acting award for Mak at Asia's large...Read more
48 Hour Film Project, the world's oldest and biggest time filmmaking competition, is coming this weekend to Hong Kong! In a wild, sleepless weekend, you and a team will make a movie--write, shoot, edit and score it. From scratch. In 48 hours. On Friday, October 19, you'll get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre, all to include in your movie. By Sunday, October 21, the movie must be complete. Each completed film is guaranteed a screening at The Grand Cinema in the following week.
To ...Read more