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Richmonds – 48hr film project – Oct 11 – Fee

We are just ONE WEEK from Filmmaking Weekend! That’s right, on Friday, October 11, 21 filmmaking teams will create short films all over the Richmond area and beyond. It’s not too late to register and be part of the fun! What are you waiting for?!Those that finish in 48 hours will premiere on Sunday, October 20 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! Here are the screening groups in ABC order:


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

Ajnag Productions, Sherisse Palmer – Glen Allen

Atlantic East Motion Picture Company, Stacey Frame – Chester

CineVentures, Chris Smorto – Doswell

Goodnight Gracie… Forever, Jerry Morgan – Chesterfield

Moon Day Productions, Brian Dismore – Henrico

PBJ Productions, Brian Pow – Richmond

Red Hills Productions, Sylvanna Bocook – Chester

The Mad HaTTers, Brendan Riley – Richmond

This is a Film About Something, Sam Housman – Roanoke

Vulture Culture, Mireille Heidbreder – Powhatan


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

BC (Mostly), Malcolm Richardson – Richmond

DarkCloud Pictures, Haden VonCanon – Sandston

Eyesore Films, Robert Elkins – Colonial Heights

HavenGrade Films, Arthur Wood – Mineral

In My Mind Media, Janae Thompson – Portsmouth

NeVeRSeeN Media, T.J. Neveldine – Chesterfield

Pine Street Studio, Angie Gan – Richmond

Semi-Wrong, Simmie Terrell – Tacoma Park, MD

Team Flash Frame, Ryan Farriss – Henrico

Team Phantom, Tracey Frame – Chester

The Berberich Brothers, James Berberich – Richmond



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 for a chance to screen at Cannes in 2020! Support your friends and the local independent filmmaking community on Sunday, October 27 at The Byrd Theater!



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