The Oklahoma City 48 Hour Film Project
The 48 Hour Film Project comes to Oklahoma City on the weekend of August 8 - 10, 2014. Filmmakers from all over the state of Oklahoma 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 $160. If teams register after Tuesday, July 29 they must pay a rate of $175.
Oklahoma City 48HFP Events
Meet & Greet: Networking Event 2
|Date ||Friday, September 19|
|Time ||6:30 PM|
|Place ||The Paramount OKC Theatre, 701 W Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102|
|Notes ||The 2014 OKC 48 Hour Film Project Awards Show will be held in The Paramount OKC Theatre, as a part of "September Premiere on Film Row"!
Come out and enjoy the free show, and participate in all the great things Film Row has to offer!
Live entertainment, Food Trucks, Activities, etc!
Oklahoma City 48HFP Links
Photo by Carol Lowe.
Screening on Saturday, August 16 @ 5:00pm
9923Productions, Burke Stevens
Atrocity, Cait Brasel
Calico, Matthew Calalay
Chivalrous Dead Productions, Jake Scott
Everytime Productions, Spike Alkire
ForWood Thinking Films, Steve Forsyth
Forza Studios, Chris Forza
Gorignak Productions, Brad McLelland
HOLYCLAP!, Dustin Tate
Indian Head Pictures, Brian Gililland
Option [D] Productions, Dan Tibbs
RedMob Productions, Robbie Shelburn
SGI Productions, Charles Martin
Screening on Saturday, August 16 @ 7:30pm
19 A.D. productions, Terry Spears
Back Porch Project, Grant Vincent
Barrington Productions, Eric Kuritz
Brunch Club Productions, Ross Johnson
FESTIVAL CITY FILMS, Sean Dejecacion
Finger Puppet Philosophers, Garrett Bishop
Limelight Productions, Kyle Roberts
Ouroboros, David Souza
Prairie Lens, Daniel Bottoms
Take One Productions, Aaron Bushong
Team Gynu Dragon, Nathaniel Davis
The Accidental Tears, Shane Smith
Wind of the East, Maximilien Proctor