The 48 Hour Film Project

The 48 Hour Film Project

See below for 2009 results.
For more information on 2016, 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 Salt Lake City winners!

Best Use of Character
"Paradox" by Daley Maxim

Best Use of Prop
"Taj" by Ploomploom Tralala

Best Use of Line of Dialogue
"Halcyon" by The Dada Factory

Best Costumes
"Ringmasters" by Salt Flick

Best Choreography
"Chained Melody" by Crazy Parkite

Best Special Effects
"The Ward" by Solar Shock

Best Graphics
"S.H.A.T." by Noble Savage Productions

Best Musical Score
"S.H.A.T." by Noble Savage Productions

Best Sound Design
"Siren Calls" by Tuesday Films

Best Cinematography
"Siren Calls" by Tuesday Films

Best Editing
"What the #$@!" by Joyton

Best Writing
"The Pitch" by No Limits

Best Acting
"Kingdom of Hills" by Mirmont/Thompson Entertainment

Best Directing
"Recluse" by COR Productions

Best Film
"Halcyon" by The Dada Factory

Audience Awards for the Salt Lake City 48HFP

The audience has spoken!

Audience Award Winner: Group A
"Given" by Black Lion

Audience Award Winner: Group B
"S.H.A.T." by Noble Savage Productions

Audience Award Winner: Group C
"The Pitch" by No Limits

Audience Award Winner: Group D
"Holiday Inn" by Super Heumann Productions

Congratulations to all of our award winners and everyone who made a film in just 48 hours!

Filmmaker Blog

Want to hear about the Salt Lake City 48HFP from the filmmakers themselves? Then check out the Salt Lake City 48HFP Filmmaker Blog, where Salt Lake City 48HFP participants tell us stories of their wild weekend of filmmaking.

Liens 48HFP



Character: Dan or Danielle Bridges, Roommate
Prop: a certificate
Line of Dialogue: "Whoa, I didn't see that coming."

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