Jen Shaneberger, the Grand Rapids Filmmaker and director of the Grand Rapids Film Festival returns to Show Biz Weekly to share some upcoming news on the festival including the 36-hour film challenge.
It's a time-based film making competition challenging contestants to script, shoot, edit, and submit a film in 36 hours. Participants take inspiration from thematic elements revealed at the January 26, 8 p.m. launch reception.
Part 2: Shaneberger contines and shares:
What is the 36-Hour Challenge?
A competition challenging contestants to script, shoot, edit, and submit a film in 36 hours. Participants take inspiration from the theme of transformation and additional thematic elements revealed at the January 26, 8 p.m. launch reception.
Participants: high school students, college students, and aspiring professionals.
Audience: professors, students, friends, family, experienced filmmakers.
Teams are launched on January 26, 2018 at 8 p.m. to create their 6-minute short, which must be delivered to the festival's film freeway by 9 a.m. January 28. Those selected by judging panel will be screened before a live audience on February 2.
Launch: Woodbridge N. Ferris Building 17 Pearl St NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Screening: Celebration Cinema North @ 2121 Celebration Dr NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Teams of three or more members can register for a fee of $100.
Prizes will be awards for the best films totaling up to $1500!
*Scholarships are offered for High School Teams - Apply Now!