48 Hour Film Challenge

sci-fi-london 48hr film challenge at the BFI

LATEST NEWS:

Here are the winners and official shortlist for the 2015 challenge. 

Well done to all the teams who took part, it was a very tough selection process this year, the standard was excellent. 

Click on the film title to watch the films and feel free to share the links.

TEAM NAME FILM TITLE
1st Place TEAM STARCRUST INTERLUDE
2nd Place THREE LEGGED DOG GOOD TREATMENT
3rd Place NOT SUFFICIENTLY HUMAN SKIN & BONES
   
and in no particular order:  
BELOVED BRETHEREN MORATORIUM PROMISE NOT TO TELL
BROCO             BEST SERVED COLD
BROKEN BRICKS TERMS AND CONDITIONS
FANCY A JAM PICTURES NO TRACE
MAJOR ZEUS DATA PROTECTION
PIXOGRAPHY  SHOCK TACTIC
THE CYBER VIRGINS  MATTER OF FACT

 

and here are the special mentions - these are films that we wanted to acknowledge for many different reasons; great humour, technical ability, sheer stupidity and so on.

TEAM FILM
Blue Midget                                        WINDOWS TO THE SOUL
Chewed Up THE UNKNOWN DISSIDENT
Crucible Films RECOMMENDED DOSE
Devil Blunt YOU'VE GOT YOUR HEALTH
imwiththem THE TICKET COLLECTOR
MotionBlurr NATIONAL ARCHIVE
Bearded Gnomes DRIP FEED
Project Trident INTO THE RAIN
Team RUSE THE STEWARD
The Awesome People THE BOY IN THE BUBBLE
The Crows ESC

All these teams are invited to our award screening on 3 June at Stratford Picturehouse.

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Over the last five years we have run the SCI-FI-LONDON 48hr Film Challenge and have had over 800 films completed, many of which have gone to other film festivals, been broadcast on TV and seen two feature films completed, including MONSTERS by Gareth Edwards.

At the last challenge we had 217 films made in one weekend, with around 3500 people taking part!

To take part in the 2015 challenge, all you need to do is;

Create an account on the 48 Hour Challenge site

Then either,

Register for the 48 Hour Film Challange

or

Register for the 48 Hour Flash Fiction Challenge

 

Why should you think about entering?

In 2008, Gareth Edwards took part and won the competition.

Gareth’s debut feature is the multiple award-winning MONSTERS – and the project was green-lit because Vertigo Films saw his winning 48hour short-film right here!  So impressed were they with what he could do with no budget in just 2 days that they decided to develop a feature with him.

Gareth's second feature came out in 2014, it's about a big lizard called GODZILLA!!!  He is now working on ROGUE ONE, a Star Wars film!

But even if you don't win or get projected on a manic career boost, by Monday morning you will have created a new science fiction film... gotta be worth the sleepless nights!

Hope we see you involved.

Louis & the SFL team.