Monday, December 29th, 2008
October 27, 2008
By Mark Hinson
Everyone can use a little more time, so The Tallahassee Film Festival is expanding its popular 24-Hour Film Contest to the 48-Hour Film Contest in the spring of 2009.
Officials from the Film Festival are expected to make that announcement and more later today during a special reception for volunteers and sponsors.
During the inaugural Tallahassee Film Festival in May, more than 15 teams of amateur and professional filmmakers signed on to write, act, shoot and edit a 5-minute movie in a 24-hour period. They were all given a common theme and a whopping $100 budget.