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48 Hour Film Project to showcase new works by San Antonio filmmakers at Saturday screening | Things to do | San Antonio

by Stewart Cole
Click to enlarge Local filmmakers had two days to submit their entries to the competition.  - Courtesy Photography / 48 Hour Film Project San Antonio

Photo Courtesy / 48 Hour Film Project San Antonio

Local filmmakers had two days to submit their entries to the competition.

Last month, San Antonio teams submitted their films to the annual 48 Hour Film Project competition.

This regional competition, held in cities across the country, challenges filmmaking teams to put together an entire film within 48 hours of drawing an item out of a hat and assigning three elements that each team must include in her work.

The result is more than 30 films created through the power of caffeine, creative drive and sheer will.

A panel of three judges, including musician and actress Patricia Vonne, San Antonio Stream Filmmaker Kiko Martinez and Chris Stryder, winner of last year’s 48 Hour Film Project, will critique the entries. The winner of the Best Picture award will go on to have their film screened at the 2024 Filmapalooza International Film Festival in Los Angeles.

Everyone watching the premiere plays a critical role in determining the winner of the event’s coveted Audience Award.

Tickets are on sale now.

$15, 6 p.m. Saturday, August 12, Brick at Blue Star, 108 Blue Star, 48hourfilm.com/sanantonio.

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