Registration for the St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project is now open. The 48HFP is a fun timed filmmaking competition where filmmakers from around St. Louis will have just 48 hours to write, shoot, produce, and edit a short film which will screen at the Tivoli Theatre.
As part of St. Louis International Film Festival, KDHX and the Webster Film Series are proud to present a Master class with filmmaker Scott Hamilton Kennedy.
As part of St. Louis International Film Festival, KDHX and the Webster Film Series are proud to present a Master class with filmmakers Carol Littleton and John Bailey.
This June I participated in my first 48 Hour Film Project. I had no idea what to expect, but I assumed it would be a horrifying mix of stress and fun. I was right.
Friday, June 1, 8 p.m. I'm looking at the time on my computer. It's exactly 8 p.m. and most of us have arrived at our destination: our teammate James' parents' basement.
My best friend, Mary Davis and I produced a 48 Hour Film Project this year. We have a group of 14 people who helped us.
Friday, June 1 5:46 p.m. Arrived at the writing essays Webster University auditorium, and about 60% of the seats were filled. Very anxious to see which genre will get picked this year.
7 p.m. on June 1, 2012. The "Hand Llama Productions" group is crammed into an apartment in Mascoutah, Ill., waiting anxiously to hear from our representative.
During the weeks leading up to the St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project I was filled with excitement, but as the time grew nearer I started to panic some being a first-time filmmaker and all, but it turned out to be a fantastic experience.
The digital revolution in filmmaking has caused a lot of changes within the past few years and cinematographers have had to adapt as more productions and studios abandon film for digital.