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The 48 Hour Film Project: Melbourne 2013

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by Matthew Naqvi (subscribe)
Matthew Naqvi is a freelance writer and filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @MatthewNaqvi
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Awesome short films by talented, young filmmakers
The 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP) is back in Melbourne next week to deliver plenty of laughs and excitement. Over three nights, 33 short films will be screened at Cinema Nova all vying for a chance at making the best 12 screening on November 8th.

48 Hour Film Project Melbourne 2013
48 Hour Film Project Melbourne 2013 is bound to amaze viewers.


The 48HFP is one of the most intense and time restrictive short film festivals in world with teams writing, shooting, editing and submitting a film in just two days.

The 48HFP is designed to make teams focus on the art of filmmaking, working efficiently in teams and network with other team's.

The 48HFP is open to everybody including professionals in the industry, film students at university and TAFE, high school students and anybody else that wants to give filmmaking a go.

This is your chance to support young and local filmmakers who have plenty of passion and determination. You never know, they could very well one day be the biggest names in film in years to come.

Tickets sell out quick, so get yours now.
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Why? Exciting short films by up and coming filmmakers.
When: Tuesday 29th October, Wednesday 30th October, Thursday 31st October and Friday 8th November.
Where: Cinema Nova
Cost: $22 General Admission, $18.70 Concession.
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