On Saturday night, dozens of filmmakers from across the Sooner State will screen movies they completed in just two days during the Oklahoma City edition of the 48 Hour Film Project.
Last weekend, about 40 Oklahoma filmmaking teams completed two days of moviemaking and submitted their finished films for the international project, which this year will visit more than 120 cities where more than 60,000 people will make short films.
The 48 Hour Film Project is billed as the world's largest timed filmmaking competition, with teams from Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas competing to see who can make the best short film in a weekend.
In Oklahoma City, the rapidly created mini-movies will premiere at 7 and 9 p.m. Saturday at SandRidge Energy Complex's Kerr Auditorium, 123 Robert S. Kerr. Each screening will feature a different set of short films.
Each short was required to include a particular character, prop and line, and these key elements were not revealed until the start of the filmmaking weekend. The filmmakers had just two days to write, shoot and edit their shorts.
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