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richmond – Richmond 48 hour best of film screening – july 28 – $10

These films made July 12-14 in just 48 hours have been selected as the Top Ten films of this year’s Richmond 48 Hour Film Project and will screen at the Best of Richmond on Sunday, July 28 at 1:30 p.m. at the Byrd Theatre, 2908 W. Cary St., Richmond, where awards for Best Film, Runner-Up Best Film, Audience Choice and 17 other awards will be given!

 

The one selected as Best Film to represent Richmond will move on to compete against 130 other best films from participating cities across the globe in the world finals at Filmapalooza in Rotterdam, Holland March 3-7, 2020… and even get a chance to screen at Cannes, one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world!

 

See the ones you missed. See them all again! Tickets are just $10 and may be purchased online HERE through Saturday, July 27 at 8 p.m. Tickets will be on sale at the door, cash only.

 

Here is your Top Ten, as selected by jury, in screening order:

 

“The Kindness of Strangers” by Lizards of Oz – R. Jonathan Shelley, Richmond

“Holes in the Hills” by Ross Filmworks – Galen Ross, Midlothian

“The Legend of the Skyhook” by Beware of Falling Rock – Woody Chapman, Richmond

“Curiosity” by Birdhouse Productions – Paris Logue, Forest

“The Seventh Kind” by CineVentures – Chris Smorto, Doswell

“Trials of the Riddlemancer” by This is a Film About Something – Sam Housman, Roanoke

“10-59” by Skyline Films – Ryan Cudahy, Stanardsville

“Fly” by Shield’s Shoes Productions – Isaac Regelson, Richmond

“Stuck” by Pillow Talk – Maura Mazurowski, Richmond

“Agent 48” by Fidget Filmers – Steve James, Chester

 

Congratulations to all filmmakers, and we’ll see you at the show!