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Tuesday, 05 June 2012 15:05

48 Hour Film Project 2012 Screenings

48 Hour Film Project 2012 Screenings
Written by Kat Touschner
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Hundreds of filmmakers in 72 teams from the St. Louis area spent this past weekend writing, shooting and editing short films for the 48 Hour Film Project. It was a mad dash to get it all done in time and you can see the results of their labor of love this week at the Tivoli Theatre.

 

All completed films will screen Tuesday June 5 through Thursday June 7. There are two screenings each night followed by a Best of St. Louis screening on Thursday, June 14. You can find the full list of teams and screening times at the St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project website.
 
Tickets are on sale now at the Tivoli website.
 
WHAT: 48 Hour Film Project Screening
WHEN: June 5-7, 7 & 9pm
WHERE: The Tivoli Theatre
 
Best of St.  Louis Screening (top 15 films)
WHEN: June 14, 7pm
WHERE: The Tivoli Theatre
 
The St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project is supported by the Regional Arts Commission and the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.

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