CAN YOU MAKE A MOVIE IN A WEEK?
City Wide Short Film Competition has been challenging up-and-coming filmmakers to make short films for almost a decade now. The concept is simpler to other filmmaking competitions, like the 48-Hour Film Project and the 100-Hour Film Race.
At the start of the competition, filmmakers receive three prompts (a prop, a sound effect, a line of dialogue) that must be included in their films.
Then, they have exactly one week to make a short film that's between 5 and 9 minutes long.
Not as easy as it may sound.
Anyone, anywhere, may register.