The 48 Hour Film Project

The Paducah 48 Hour Film Project

See below for 2012 results.
For more information on 2014, click here...

The Judges Have Spoken!

Our panel of judges has made its decision. Congratulations to all of the filmmakers and teams who participated. We are proud to announce our winners!

Best Use of Character
"2K or Not 2K" by Pixel Pear

Best Use of Prop
"Daytime Deadly" by Never On Time Productions

Best Use of Line
"TimmyVision" by Burning Bush / / / "The Belle Louise" by EMP

Best Costumes
"TimmyVision" by Burning Bush

Best Special Effects
"TimmyVision" by Burning Bush

Best Graphics
"TimmyVision" by Burning Bush

Best Sound Design
"The Setup" by Provision Productions

Best Musical Score
"Apocalypse Meow" by SRT Films

Best Cinematography
"The Setup" by Provision Productions

Best Editing
"The Setup" by Provision Productions

Best Ensemble Acting
"Rebel" by Escapist Pictures

Best Writing
"2K or Not 2K" by Pixel Pear

Best Directing
"Rook-Scarer" by AGSP

Second Runner Up for Best Film
"2K or Not 2K" by Pixel Pear

Runner Up for Best Film
"The Setup" by Provision Productions

Best Film
"TimmyVision" by Burning Bush Productions

Paducah 48HFP Audience Awards

The audience has spoken! The following teams won the audience awards for their respective screenings. Congratulations!

Audience Award Winner: Group A
"Apocalypse Meow" by SRT Films

Paducah 48HFP Links

   




Required Elements

Character  Danae or Daniel Magalees, Writer
Prop  a ticket
Line  "That doesn't make any sense." (or "That does not make any sense.")

Registered Teams

AGSP, Jason Turner
Burning Bush Productions, Matt Long
EMP - Phocus Media, Curt Stewart
Escapist Pictures, Austin Madding
Lone Wolf Pictures, Daniel Yocum
Movie Camera Militia, Aaron Mager
Never On Time Productions, Joe Carroll
Oaks Media Group, Andrew Hill
Pixel Pear, Eric Mittan
Provision Productions, Kelin Field
Southern Motion, Jason Greene
SRT Films, Cory Greene
Zen Lunacy, Brian Flickinger