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Free 48 Hour Mobile Film Challenge

Learn the skill needed to make a compelling film on your mobile device...for FREE!

Learn the skills needed to make a compelling film on your mobile device…for FREE!

Always wanted to be a filmmaker and have a story to tell?? 

Maybe you want to get more views on your youtube channel??

Excited about exploring  the possibilities of making quality videos on your phone?? 

With the sponsorship of  Edmonton Northlands and  K-Days, the Edmonton Short Film Festival wants to help you! We have partnered to create a three pronged strategy to help any Albertan become more creative for FREE!   Registrations are now closed and the 48 Hour Challenge will begin at 6:00Pm on July 20 and end at 6:00PM on July 22. A special email will be sent to all registrants before the start of the Challenge with the secret elements to include in your film.

Northlands K-Days and the Edmonton Short Film Festival are partnering for FREE film training, a FREE 48 Mobile Film Challenge and a FREE Short Film Festival!!

Northlands K-Days and the Edmonton Short Film Festival are partnering for FREE film training, a FREE 48 Mobile Film Challenge and a FREE Short Film Festival!!

July 20-22, 2018 – 48-Hour Mobile FREE Filmmaking Challenge.  You have 48 hours to create a film on your mobile device. Three secret elements will be given shortly before the kick off and must be included in the film.  Films are to be uploaded to YouTube. Filmmakers will be challenged to “market” their project and get their friends, family and fans to “like” and “comment” on their work. Prizes will be awarded for the best  marketed film and the top judged films . Every 48 hour challenge film completed at the K-Days event will be eligible for screening at the ESFF @ KDays Film Festival on July 29. The top two winning films and the best marketed film will be  screened at the Edmonton Short Film Festival Gala on October 13. 

July 29, 2018- ESFF @ K-Days Film Fest.  A fun filled day of screening, including all the films submitted to the 48- hour challenge plus the “best of” from the Edmonton Short Film Festival’s archives. Interspersed between the segments will be panels with the filmmakers and prize announcements. 

Thank you to everyone who attended the FREE  Filmmaking Class “Production Basics” which was held on May 5. Note that attending the workshop is not a pre-requisite to participating in the film challenge.