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Think You're The Next Spielberg?


What would you do with a camera, a crew and 48 hours? On the weekend of June 10th to 12th you just might have that option. The Toronto 48 Hour Film Challenge is still looking for a few more participants. If you think you have what it takes, simply gather your creative team of 10 people or less and follow the link provided to join.

Contestants will receive a "challenge pack" which includes a prop, sound byte, location, character trait, and colour. Each team will have 48 hours to write, cast, shoot, edit, and submit a 10 minute short that includes the themes provided in their unique "challenge pack". The contest kicks off at exactly 7pm on Friday June 10th 2005 at the CBC building (250 Front St. W). Winners will be announced at the Gala Night on Saturday June 18th.

For more information feel free to email Michael Dawson should you have any questions or concerns. Entry fee is $250, and payable using the online form.


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