WHAT: The 48-Hour Film Project / Film Shorts Premiere
WHEN: Monday, March 30 at 7PM
WHERE: The Coolidge Corner Theater, 290 Harvard Street, Brookline
HOW MUCH: $9.75/pp
We may not be giving you much notice, but if you can get yourself to Brookline’s renowned Coolidge Corner Theater TONIGHT, you’ll be in for a treat — The 48-Hour Film Project is as fun as film gets!
Per the Film Project website:
“What happens when you give a team of filmmakers exactly 48 hours to make a movie? Just about anything! Since 2001, the 48 Hour Film Project has invited folks from around the world to spend a wild and sleepless weekend writing, shooting, and editing a short film. Around 130,000 people have made 9,000 films in 48 hours.”
Head to the Coolidge Corner Theater to see the “Best 48-Hour Films of 2009” — the best entries from this year’s 48-Hour Film Project!
Learn all you need to know about the 48-Hour Film Project here!
The 48-Hour Film Project Comes to the Lowell Film Festival!
See shorts from last year’s 48-Hour Film Project that focused on Fair Trade! Yes, the Lowell Film Festival will be screening these at the Revolving Museum on Saturday, April 4, following the film “Black Gold.” Don’t miss ’em!