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6 a.m., Feb. 22
Armed with little more than three required elements (a TV newsperson named Gary or Gretta Greenberg, a cell phone, and the line "Where are we going?") and a two-day shooting schedule, the finished products in this year's 48 Hour Film Project are ready to be unveiled to a paying public.
In 2011, nearly 60,000 filmmakers in 96 cities on 6 continents submitted 4,000 films. This year they plan to go even bigger, with filmmakers from across the globe competing to write, shoot, edit, and score a short film in just 48 hours.
The screenings commence tonight at UltraStar Poway. Tickets are $12. This year, the folks at 48HFP were gracious (crazy?) enough to ask this reporter to judge the winning entries. The awards will be handed out on July 8 at 8 p.m. at 8:30pm at The Brigantine, 13445 Poway Road preceded at 5 p.m. by a "Best Of" screening at UltraStar Poway. Click for more information.
Group A: Screening on Monday, June 25, 7:00PM
Group B: Screening on Monday, June 25, 9:30PM
This screening group has been canceled and the teams have been moved into other screening groups.
Group C: Screening on Tuesday, June 26, 7:00PM
Group D: Screening on Tuesday, June 26, 9:30PM
Group E: Screening on Wednesday, June 27, 7:00PM
Screening on Wednesday, June 27, 9:30PM
Group G: Screening on Thursday, June 28, 7:00PM