48 Days Film Project
The 48 Days Film Project was a filmmaking challenge that ran from 2013 to 2019, where teams of 3-5 film directors were given 48 days to write, produce, and edit a feature film. The teams were required to work together to create a cohesive and compelling story in a very short amount of time.
The project was a great opportunity for filmmakers to push their boundaries and improve their skills in a high-pressure environment. The teams had to work efficiently and make quick decisions in order to complete the film on time.
Over the course of the project, seven feature films were produced. Check the trailers below.