The 48 Hour Film Project

The Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project

The 48 Hour Film Project comes to Glasgow on the weekend of 10 - 12 October 2014. Filmmakers from all over the Glasgow area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world.

Enter today! Space is limited.

This year, teams will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Once the initial registration is complete, we will add teams to a waiting list.

Regular registration is £65.

Register for the Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project now!

Glasgow 48HFP Events


Date  10 October (Friday)
Time  18:00-19:00
Place  The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield St, Glasgow G2 3AU
Notes  18+


Date  12 October (Sunday)
Time  5pm-10pm (by 19:30 to be on time!)
Place  The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield St, Glasgow G2 3AU
Notes  18+

Premiere Screenings

Date  Wed 15 & Thu 16 October
Time  8.15pm
Place  Glasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose Street Glasgow, G3 6RB
Tickets  £8 (purchase them here)

Glasgow 48HFP Links


Our Sponsors

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Registered Teams

Alpha Wolf International, Richard Evans
As Yet Undecided, Andrew Sean Rae
CherryMan Media, David Cherry
Dave's Crew, David Craig
Effin A!, Stuart McConville
Fellowship Film, Philip Todd
Glasgow Film Crew, Malwina Bieniawska
Halfwit Productions, Martin Burns
Handheld and Ungraded, John S. Savage
He's Only Bloody Gone And Done It, Jack Willison
LifeUp! Productions, John McFarlane
Lock Up Your Daughters Film-making, Calum Nielsen
Lomond Films, Peter McLoon
Miedia, Michael Edwards
Pan Breed Productions, Christopher Osborne
Production Attic, Matthew Cowan
Rampant Film Production, John Ferguson
Secausus Eight, Charlie Murphy
Silly Wee Films, Fraser Coull
Six Senses of RCS, Alix Austin
Smang Labyrinth, Rory Edwardson
Smudge Digital, lauren kerr
The Fabulous Pretenders, Gavin Hopkins
The Random Asides, Craig Meighan
The Thrilling Team, Aonghus Mitchell
Weefilms, Lee Patterson