The Little Rock Film Festival is proud to have produced the 2014 48 Hour Film Project that kicked off June 27-29. We had a great weekend of premiere screenings last week and now, we are gearing up for the Awards Ceremony and screening of the Top 10 Audience Choice films. The ceremony will be held at the CALS Ron Robinson Theater, in downtown Little Rock.
The award ceremony for the LRFF’s 2013 48Hour Film Project was held this Saturday Sept 14th. Little Rock’s 48HFP’s producer Levi Agee announced the winners to a full house here at Wildwood Park in West Little Rock.
The big winner this year was La Grande Fete directed by Johnnie Brannon. Along with the Best Film title Johnnie Brannon’s musical also bagged the awards for Best Music and Best Actress at the Awards Ceremony.
The Little Rock Film Festival’s 48 Hour Film Project is nearly wrapped for 2013. This year was a whirlwind of anticipation, anxiety, excitement, and energy as the 31 teams produced short cinematic treasures in only 48 Hours. The audiences guffawed, gasped, and sometimes groaned before selecting their Top 10 favorites of the screening nights.
The following films will be playing at the Best Of Screening and Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Sep 14 at Wildwood Park at 7 p.m. in West Little Rock. The lineup in no particular order as voted by the audiences are:
La Grande Fete by Flokati …
Words / Jordan Ash – The Idle Class
Every year, much like in all the other cities all over the country, teams in Little Rock come together for a sleepless weekend of movie making – the 48 Hour Film Project. Once the teams have picked their genre from a random draw, they have exactly 48 hours to write, film, edit and submit a completed film no longer than seven minutes. Since the last few years there has been a steady increase in the number of registering teams. While some are 48HFP veterans the others are new and eager filmmakers ready …
Words / Kody Ford – The Idle Class
Filmmaking is a grueling process that can test the patience of even the most seasoned professional. And that’s under a normal production schedule. What happens when you squeeze everything from pre-production to post-production into just two days? You get a boiler room level of creativity and innovation.
The Little Rock Film Festival is hosting its fourth annual 48 Hour Film Project on August 16 – 18. This wild weekend will have filmmakers rushing to write, cast, produce and edit a four to seven minute film. Each team is given a genre, a …