48 Hour Film Project
You are about to enter another dimension. One where an underdog U.S. Senate candidate from Minnesota commissions an unusual short film in which he plays a “Twilight Zone”-like narrator and draws widespread scorn from his fellow Republicans.
The world’s largest filmmaking competition is in Minneapolis this weekend. The 48 Hour Film Project will be hitting nearly 120 cities around the world, challenging locals and filmmakers to make a film from inception to completion in 48 hours.
Think you can make a film from start to finish in only 48 hours? Filmmakers will get that chance when The 48 Hour Film Project comes to Minneapolis next weekend.
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