December 5th – 7 pm to December 8th – 7 pm (72 Hours)
Amateur, first time, solo, documentary, silent and every filmmaker(s) in-between are welcome to join our 72 Hour Film Fest at HQ!
This year we are partnering with the 부산국제단편영화제 Busan International Short Film Festival!
Which means that films produced during the Liquid Arts 72H Film Fest could be included in a special, out-of-competition section of the 37th Busan International Short Film Festival (April 22nd-27th, 2020). Furthermore, one of the jurors of the contest will be Ms. Yeona KIM, a BISFF programmer.
● Come to H.Q. Gwangan where you will sign up with your crew (only one person need attend- we’re aware of late hagwon hours, see notes below)
● Pay 10k entrance fee (1 Fee Per team/submission) (all money will go towards prizes).
● Each team will receive three random pieces of paper informing them of a prop, a character and a line of dialogue that they must use in their short film. Aside from that, everything else is up to you, any genre welcome.
● You will receive some forms which you will need to submit with your film to give us info on crew and actors (for the prizes).
THE NEXT 72 HOURS MAKE YOUR FILM!
SUNDAY, December 8TH (6:00 pm)
● All teams must submit their finished film no later than between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. along with their entry form. Films must be submitted through the Survey system:
● At 7:00pm, we’ll screen all the completed films.
● During screening, three judges will cast their votes on various categories (Best film, Best actor/actress, Best cinematography etc)
● Prizes will be decided and announced at 30 minutes after the screenings have finished (around 9:00, depending on the number of films).
1) Any actors out there, please post on the event page if you are interested in acting and then any film-making team can contact you if they require your talent.
2) For the sake of clarity, we’re going to ask filmmakers to write down who the director, editor, cameraman etc is for prizes. This doesn’t need to be strictly true (e.g. If two people write together or everyone collaborates) and you can put the same person down for all roles (if you make the film alone).