International 48 Hour Film Project

Fujifilm is a strategic partner of the 48 Hour Film Project. We invite you to take part in the competition and exceptional operator workshops
The 9th Warsaw edition of the international 48 Hour Film Project competition is ahead of us, during which amateurs, film enthusiasts and professionals create a short film. For the second time in a row, Fujifilm has become a strategic partner of the event addressed to filmmakers who during two days will have to create their own image in accordance with the guidelines. The competition is accompanied by unique operator workshops. The organizers invite you to participate in both the competition and the workshops.

The workshops will take place on September 14-15 at the Warsaw Film Studio and will be hosted by Artur Żurawski, the Association of Cinematographers and the lighting team. To participate in the workshop, you must register for the competition ( LINK ) and then sign up for the workshop ( LINK ).

Importantly, 5 teams from among all who will take part in the competition will be filming with a Fujifilm X-T3 camera with a selected lens. The same model (included with the Fujinon XF18-55 lens) will be a special prize in the 48H Project competition.

“Supporting initiatives such as the 48 Hour Film Project or the Grand Video Awards competition, which we are a partner this year, aims to emphasize that the portfolio of Fujifilm cameras includes models ideally suited for creating films,” says Tomasz Taberski, head of the photo department in Fujifilm.

The organizers also encourage you to take part in other  workshops and film lectures, whose Japanese producer is the patron .

The 48 Hour Film Project   is an international competition and film festival during which professional filmmakers and amateurs of cinema – within 48 hours they create a short film. All finished films will be screened at the cinema and then judged by the festival Jury. If your team wins the main prize, they will fly to Rotterdam for the international stage, and from there the 15 best films will go to the Cannes festival.

Last year’s edition – LINK

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