"48 Hour Film Project" Ready to Roll in Miami/Lauderdale
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Have an extra $155 just sitting around? Who doesn't in these fund-flush days? And if you happen to be sitting on a video camera too, you've got what it takes to enter the "48 Hour Film Project," which gives local filmmakers the chance to make the area's best short film, which will then compete with shorts from all over the world.
There are quite a few teams already registered, and space is limited, so pony up that registration fee and get started. Last year, 40,000 people made 3,000 films in 76 cities, and this year's project is set to beat that record.
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