50 Teams registered for the 48 EcoFilm Challenge 2012, of those 50 registered teams 36 completed their films in 48 Hours. Congratulations to all the teams that took part in this years event, it’s not easy to make a film in 48 hours and its even harder to make a good one and from what I can see there are some great ones. “Project48 would like to Congratulate all the teams for this absolutely great effort! Hats off to all of you! Here are the 50 teams that reistered.
Bear in Box Media
Do Not Disturb
Dudes in Suits
Flown the coop
No Coincidence Tennant Creek
Oh My Creative
Paper Moose Production
Peeking Duck Pictures
Platypus Lap Dance
Shady Character Productions
Studio Shoot Me
The Bicycle Club
The Late Bloomers
The Math Magicians
The Unwanted Friends
48 EcoFilm Challenge is a national short film competition designed to showcase how film can play a role in encouraging action relating to environmental, ecological and sustainability issues. But the real challenge lies in making a telling short film, in only 48 hours.
Proudly supported by NRMA Motoring & Services. The theme for this year’s competition is: Green Your Ride. “We are asking filmmakers to consider a scenario where in 48 hours the world’s oil rigs will stop pumping and the tankers filled with fuel for our cars will stop arriving on our shores. How do we keep Australia moving?”
Over $12,000 in cash prizes will be awarded, $5000 cash goes to the winning film and it will be shown at the Cannes Short Film Corner. The competition takes place July 6-8, 2012 more about 48 EcoFilm Challenge.
All creativity must take place during the “Official 48 Hour Time Period”
All 48 hour competitions will occur between Friday, 6th July 2012, 7pm EST (known as Kickoff) and the following Sunday, 8th July 2012, 7pm EST (known as Dropoff). This is the Official 48 Hour Time Period. The participating team must complete its film and successfully upload it by Sunday at 7:30pm EST.
|Competition Times||Awards Night|
|Kickoff:Friday – 6th July @ 7pm
Dropoff:Sunday – 8th July @ 7pm
|Awards Night & screening of winning films:Friday – 27th Jully @ 7:00pm|
Prizes and Awards – Over $12,000 in cash to be won!
First prize for winning film: The NRMA Motoring & Services best film is $5000 and their film will go to Cannes short film corner.
Runner Up for best film: The Camden Council award for runner up wins $1000
Best film made in Camden by a person living outside Camden local government area wins $1000
Best film made in Camden by a Camden local government area resident wins $500
Best Student Film – $500 for the team and $500 for the school.
Parramatta Prize for Inspiring Change: The winner of the Parramatta City Council’s most inspirational film wins $3000. This prize will be awarded to the film considered most likely to influence viewers to make changes in their own lives to help avert problems associated with peak oil.
The basis for this prize is the principle that responsibility for resolving environmental and other sustainability issues does not lie solely with government, but that all individuals can and should play a meaningful part in effecting change. Any film that educates individuals and communities about realistic actions they can take – whether they are small or significant – is eligible for this prize.
Best Machinima Film: The NRMA Motoring & Services best Machinima film wins $1000