This just in from Michael King of Frozen Buffalo Films:
“This weekend, amateur film-makers will be traipsing across Buffalo, capturing art on-screen and competing in the 4th annual 48 Hour Film Project held in Buffalo. The 48HFP is an international contest that challenges entrants to create a short film, from concept to can, in forty-eight hours. Competing for the first time is Frozen Buffalo Films, a production company based in downtown Buffalo that is focused on celebrating the great art that the city has to offer.
While still in its infancy, Frozen Buffalo Films has aspirations to produce films that become nationally and internationally recognized. You can follow Frozen Buffalo Film’s progress on this project and upcoming ones at our website.“
If you aren’t aware of the 48 Hour film Festival, you should be! Numerous teams of filmamkers compete to complete a film in just two days. If that weren’t hard enough, the genre of the film is assigned, and each filmmaker must make use of a particular line of dialogue and a specific prop. This limits the amount of preparation any team can really undertake.
You can get your tickets to watch the finalists screen their projects on August 18th at The Market Arcade Cinema by clicking here.