Houston 48 Hour Film Project

It’s a race to the big screen at the Houston 48 Hour Film Project. The annual contest challenges local filmmaking teams to conceptualize, write, film and edit a seven-minute masterpiece in a span of two days. Teams are also assigned a genre, character, prop and line of dialogue to be used in the film. Filming is finished now, and final submissions will be screened today and tomorrow (you have to attend both days if you want to see all the films). 6:30 p.m. Studio Movie Grill, CityCenter, 805 Town and Country Lane. For information, visit www.48hourfilm.com/houston.


Wed., June 10; Thu., June 11, 2009

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