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Richmond – Richmond 48 hour film project – july 21st – fee

This past weekend, armed with a character, prop, line of dialogue and genre, 36 film teams from the Richmond area and beyond set out to make a movie in just 48 hours! Thirty-two of them turned in a film Sunday night and those films will premiere on Sunday, July 21 at the Byrd Theatre, 2908 W. Cary St., Richmond. Immediately following screenings, there will be a filmmaker Q&A and the audience will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite films and help them win an award–or maybe even move on to the Top Ten! One will be crowned Richmond’s Best Film and move on to compete against best films from 120+ other participating cities around the world at Filmapalooza, the international finals being held March 3-7 in Rotterdam, Holland. And a chance to screen at Cannes!

 

Here are the screening groups in ABC order:

 

SCREENING GROUP A – 11 A.M. (click to purchase tickets)

Cinematic Theatrics, Christopher Brooks

Face for Radio, Cameron Robinson

Funktropolis Media, Wil Austin

Grace Period, Will Barker

Insurrection Digital, Michael McDaniel

Pillow Talk, Maura Mazurowski

This is a Film About Something, Sam Housman

Unemployed but Hopeful, Ashley Gallaway

 

SCREENING GROUP B – 1:30 P.M. (click to purchase tickets)

In My Mind Media, Janae Thompson

LightCloud Pictures, Haden Von Canon

Renegades of Funk, Ashley Moore

Strangers with Cameras, Samuel Van Fossen

Team TBDADGAF, Evan Miller

The Mallrats, Trent Welstead

 

SCREENING GROUP C – 4 P.M. (click to purchase tickets)

Atlantic East Motion Picture Company, Stacey Frame

Beware of Falling Rock, Woody Chapman

Birdhouse Productions, Paris Logue

Lizards of Oz, R. Jonathan Shelley

Rebel Geek, Brandy Klein

Shield’s Shoes Productions, Isaac Regelson

Space Mustang Productions, Amanda Page Stephens

Team Red Pro, Josh Videna

The State Werx, Michael Cunningham

 

SCREENING GROUP D – 6:30 P.M. (click to purchase tickets)

CineVentures, Chris Smorto

Dadgum Productions, Noah Slate

Fidget Filmers, Steve James

Red Hills Productions, Sylvanna Bocook

Ross Filmworks, Galen Ross

Skyline Films, Ryan Cudahy

Smith Brothers Productions, Stuart Smith

The Mad HaTTers, Brendan Riley

Time4Play, Aaron Jackson

 

BEST OF RICHMOND TOP TEN & AWARDS CEREMONY (click to purchase tickets)

Of course, we have no idea yet which films will be in this exclusive lineup, but you can bet they’ll all be great! It’s not too early to purchase tickets to the best show in town! See who wins Best Directing, Best Actor, Best Cinematography and more! And most of all, see who wins Best Film and will advance to our international festival Filmapalooza in Rotterdam, Holland to compete against 120+ other best films from other participating cities around the world and a chance to screen at Cannes in 2020! Support your friends and the local independent filmmaking community on Sunday, July 28 at The Byrd Theater!

 

SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Have a prize, product or service that you’d like to donate to our independent film community? Want to support the Richmond 48 Hour Film Project as a sponsor or community partner? Contact us at richmond@48hourfilm.com.

 

 

See you at the show!

 

 

Lisa Giles, Producer

48 Hour Film Project

This past weekend, armed with a character, prop, line of dialogue and genre, 36 film teams from the Richmond area and beyond set out to make a movie in just 48 hours! Thirty-two of them turned in a film Sunday night and those films will premiere on Sunday, July 21 at the Byrd Theatre, 2908 W. Cary St., Richmond. Immediately following screenings, there will be a filmmaker Q&A and the audience will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite films and help them win an award–or maybe even move on to the Top Ten! One will be crowned Richmond’s Best Film and move on to compete against best films from 120+ other participating cities around the world at Filmapalooza, the international finals being held March 3-7 in Rotterdam, Holland. And a chance to screen at Cannes!

 

Here are the screening groups in ABC order:

 

SCREENING GROUP A – 11 A.M. (click to purchase tickets)

Cinematic Theatrics, Christopher Brooks

Face for Radio, Cameron Robinson

Funktropolis Media, Wil Austin

Grace Period, Will Barker

Insurrection Digital, Michael McDaniel

Pillow Talk, Maura Mazurowski

This is a Film About Something, Sam Housman

Unemployed but Hopeful, Ashley Gallaway

 

SCREENING GROUP B – 1:30 P.M. (click to purchase tickets)

In My Mind Media, Janae Thompson

LightCloud Pictures, Haden Von Canon

Renegades of Funk, Ashley Moore

Strangers with Cameras, Samuel Van Fossen

Team TBDADGAF, Evan Miller

The Mallrats, Trent Welstead

 

SCREENING GROUP C – 4 P.M. (click to purchase tickets)

Atlantic East Motion Picture Company, Stacey Frame

Beware of Falling Rock, Woody Chapman

Birdhouse Productions, Paris Logue

Lizards of Oz, R. Jonathan Shelley

Rebel Geek, Brandy Klein

Shield’s Shoes Productions, Isaac Regelson

Space Mustang Productions, Amanda Page Stephens

Team Red Pro, Josh Videna

The State Werx, Michael Cunningham

 

SCREENING GROUP D – 6:30 P.M. (click to purchase tickets)

CineVentures, Chris Smorto

Dadgum Productions, Noah Slate

Fidget Filmers, Steve James

Red Hills Productions, Sylvanna Bocook

Ross Filmworks, Galen Ross

Skyline Films, Ryan Cudahy

Smith Brothers Productions, Stuart Smith

The Mad HaTTers, Brendan Riley

Time4Play, Aaron Jackson

 

BEST OF RICHMOND TOP TEN & AWARDS CEREMONY (click to purchase tickets)

Of course, we have no idea yet which films will be in this exclusive lineup, but you can bet they’ll all be great! It’s not too early to purchase tickets to the best show in town! See who wins Best Directing, Best Actor, Best Cinematography and more! And most of all, see who wins Best Film and will advance to our international festival Filmapalooza in Rotterdam, Holland to compete against 120+ other best films from other participating cities around the world and a chance to screen at Cannes in 2020! Support your friends and the local independent filmmaking community on Sunday, July 28 at The Byrd Theater!

 

SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Have a prize, product or service that you’d like to donate to our independent film community? Want to support the Richmond 48 Hour Film Project as a sponsor or community partner? Contact us at richmond@48hourfilm.com.

 

 

See you at the show!

 

 

Lisa Giles, Producer

48 Hour Film Project