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48Hours - A Furious Filmmaking Competition

48Hours - A Furious Filmmaking Competition

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48HOURS - Furious Filmmaking
Box 5653, Wellesley St, Auckland
New Zealand

May 2nd, 2006

48HOURS - FURIOUS FILMMAKING is officially New Zealand's largest filmmaking challenge. Each year thousands of people take part in what has become an annual explosion of creativity. Registrations finish on May 14th so teams have only two more weeks to sign up to participate.

All they have to do is create an entire short film in less than 48 hours....... or die trying.


+ Stunning 'Apee' Statuettes (NZs equivalent of the Oscar)
+ AG-HVX202 Panasonic HD Video Camera
+ $5,000 cash
+ Panasonic Varicam AJ-27H Rental from Rocket Rentals
+ PowerMac G5 Quad 2.5GHz, 4GB RAM, 250GB, hard drive, SuperDrive, GF6600
+ Apple Cinema HD Display 30" Flat Panel, Final Cut Studio
+ Qantas flights
+ SmoothArm - a Steadicam Unit for cameras
+ Vodafone 3G Mobiles
+ iPods w/ 30gig with Video Capability
+ A Years supply of Stella Artois
+ A Years Supply of V

C4 ARE HOSTING THE LIVE TV FINAL where the winners from each city compete against Peter Jackson's Wildcard selections. The Live Televised final is at 8.30pm on June 23rd. Write it in your diary now!


Need some inspiration? Want to know what went down last year? Watch the best films from 2005 for FREE on Vodafone live! with 3G, anywhere,
anytime* while you're on the move! Visit Vodafone Live/Entertainment

* You must have a 3G capable mobile and be in a Vodafone 3G coverage area. Movies can only be streamed

SHOOT WEEKEND is on May 26-28.
So jump to the site and register your team asap. Or you may miss out.
Click me for website!

Hundreds of teams compete. Hundreds of thousands watch.



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