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48 hfp brochure 2013

  1. 1. Short is Big! Can Communicate India Chapter
  2. 2. Sponsors | Partners | Clients
  3. 3. What we Do 1. Organise international and Indian film-based competitions 2. Engage target groups in video-based activities 3. Custom-create innovative shorts with brand integration We reach out directly to over 6000 filmmakers across the country who participate in our competitions and activities. We have fostered a strong community spirit thanks to the active involvement of our filmmakers and several interface opportunities we offer. India Chapter Our reach Engaging Filmmakers to Create Video-based content Can Communicate 48HFP India Tour: Mumbai Delhi Hyderabad Chennai| | | Over 200+ films made every year Over 6L Organic Views on Youtube| More than 6000 people involved in filmmaking per year
  4. 4. International & Indian Short Film Competitions Toronto Berlin Chicago New York Mexico AmsterdamSingapore Hong Kong ParisLondon Barbados Tokyo Brisbane Las Vegas Los Angeles Washington Kuala LumpurColumbus Melbourne Karachi Shanghai JohannesbergBoston MiamiDelhi Mumbai Mongolia Dubai About 48HFP Worldwide The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which teams make a movie — from scripting to scoring it — in just 48 hours. On Friday night, they get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre, all to include in the movie. 48 hours later, the movie must be complete. The 48HFP was started in May 2001 by Washington DC-based filmmaker duo, Mark Ruppert and Liz Langston who came up with the crazy idea of making a short film in 48 hours! A decade later, nearly 60,000 filmmakers made 4,000 films in 115 cities on 6 continents. 2013 is poised to be even bigger with more cities being added on the world tour. For more details on the international 48 Hour Film Project check www.48hourfilm.com Edinburgh Osaka Seoul Beirut Belgium Prague Rome Istanbul Chennai San Diego Seattle
  5. 5. India’s 1st 48 hour Music Video Project 57 teams took part in this exciting music video competition organised in collaboration with the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2012, Mumbai. Teams had to create a music video in 48 hours for a song by two of India’s hottest music composers, Ram Sampath and Vishal & Shekhar. The 48 hour Music Video Project (48MVP) was held from February 4 to 6, and the screening and awards were on February 11, 2012. The 48MVP was flagged off at Kala Ghoda, Mumbai on Feb 4 by the director of ‘Kahaani’, Sujoy Ghosh, composer Lesle Lewis and India Producer of 48HFP, Yogi Chopra. (Right, top) A press conference marked the start of 48MVP, while (right, bottom) teams nervously await the start of the Kick Off proceedings. The winning team, I Wish Event Pvt. Ltd. receives its award from Vidya Balan (extreme right) for the Best Music Video on the song, ‘Sapne’ by Ram Sampath.
  6. 6. The Mumbai 48 Hour Film Project 2008-2012 Kick Off Drop Off Screening & Awards Actor-director Parvin Dabas encourages filmmakers Teams line up for the submission at the end of the 48-hour deadline. Director and ad filmmaker, R. Balki (left) accepts a memento from Preeti Gopalkrishnan, India Producer, 48HFP. Happiness! Winners of the Mumbai 48HFP 2011 at the Premiere Screening & Awards. (From left) Director and 3-time jury member, Nagesh Kukunoor, President, Whistling Woods International, Meghana Ghai-Puri and Parvin Dabas announce the elements at the Mumbai Kick Off 2011. Director Amol Palekar (right) accepts a memento from India Producer, 48HFP, Yogi Chopra.
  7. 7. 2008-2012 Media personality Dolly Thakore (left) presents a certificate to a winner. Mumbai 2010 teams pick their genres out of a hat! Winners of Mumbai 2010 pose with the jury members Amol Palekar, Dolly Thakore, Paromita Vora, Niranjan Iyengar & Manish Jha & Chief Guest R.Balki. The team of Filament Pictures, Runners Up for the Best Film, Mumbai 2010 award pose with R.Balki (extreme left) and Amol Palekar (extreme right).
  8. 8. The Hyderabad 48 Hour Film Project 2012 The team of Vinoothna Geeta accepts their prize for Best Film-Hyderabad from Ms. Chandana Khan (in blue), IAS Principal Secretary,Tourism Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. Their film ‘Anukokunda’ has received more than 5,00,000 views! The filmmakers throng the Screening & Awards function of the Hyderabad 48HFP which was presided by Ms. Chandana Khan, IAS Principal Secretary, Tourism, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. Drop Off and the final party hosted by The Taj Banjara.
  9. 9. Delhi 2011 & 2012 Kick Off Drop Off Screening & Awards Teams choose their genres! Teams queue up to meet the 48-hour deadline. The ecstasy of winning!
  10. 10. Brand Integration Client: Mahindra & Mahindra Activity name: XUV500 Memorable Stories Short Film Festival 2012 Dates: August to December 2012 Objective: To create innovative content showcasing the XUV500 made by India's finest film talent Number of applications : 216 Number of selected short filmmakers: 26 No. of films made : 23 Challenges: Ÿ Conceptualising and managing the competition Ÿ Managing pan-India filmmakers from Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Jodhpur, Hyderabad & Bangalore. Highlight: The only competition in India to offer a grand prize of XUV500 to the winner View the films on: www.youtube.com/mahindraxuv500
  11. 11. Client: Population First Activity name: Question Everything (One Minute Movies- 1mm) Dates: September to October 2012 Objective: To involve college students to create video-based content in 2 days Number of participating colleges: 11 Number of films made : 7 Highlights: - Organised a 2-day workshop on gender and effective communication for students of mass media - Sessions by leading ad and film professionals: K.V. Sridhar, Gautam Rakshit, Gopi Kukde and Zoya Akhtar - Ideation and script creation session with students - Two days shoot schedule for 7 college teams in a specially set-up studio Ÿ Videos launched on October 11 to mark UN International Girl Child Day View films and other info on: www.1mm.co.in Target Group Engagement with video-based activities Can Communicate Below: Students from Nirmala Niketan College get busy with their puppet show shoot Top: Stills from the film "Scars that never heal" by Sophia College
  12. 12. Brand Integration Client: World Health Organisation (WHO) Objective: To engage Hyderabad-based short filmmakers and youth to think about the issue of drunken driving, as part of the WHO’s Road Safety Campaign 2012. Dates: December 2012 to January 2013 Name of Activity: “Don’t Drink and Drive”, a short film competition in 48 Hour Film Project format Number of Teams: 56 City: Hyderabad Teams pick up a chit with the sub-themes like: Woman, Childhood, Youth etc. Aparajita Roy-Sinha, founder of Moving Images Film Club and daughter of Bimal Roy was the Chief Guest at the Kick Off. Inspector Devendra stationed at Jubilee Hills shares his practical insights and experiences with some of the filmmakers.
  13. 13. Brand Integration Client: Tata Docomo Name of Activity: "Create" - Mumbai and Delhi Dates: August- September 2011 What: TVC competition for participants of Delhi and Mumbai 48HFP 2011 No of entries received: 72 City: All India
  14. 14. Industry Support Amol Palekar Nagesh Kukunoor Ashvin Kumar Chax (K.S. Chakravarthy) Manish Jha Ken Ghosh Dolly ThakoreShabana Azmi Niranjan Iyengar R. Balki The 48 Hour Film Project in India has enjoyed the support of several experienced and talented film personalities. From award-winning actors and directors, screen-dialogue-lyric writers and top ad filmmakers, they’ve all been involved with various aspects of the event- as jury members and as honoured guests who’s mere presence has encouraged our filmmakers. They have also shared their expertise during workshops and interactive discussions, inspiring many short filmmakers in the process. Shimit AminHabib FaisalRam Sampath
  15. 15. Parvin Dabas Lesle Lewis Soha Ali Paromita Vohra Mayank Shekhar Sumanto Chattopadhyay Marlon RodriguesMeghana Ghai Rajkumar Gupta Every year you keep raising the bar, it’s unbelievable.- Nagesh Kukunoor ,,,, Ram Madhvani I want to participate and see if I can push the limits!- Marlon Rodrigues 48HFP separates the talkers from the doers!- Rajkumar Gupta The 48-hour time limit brings out the best in people- Meghana Ghai Puri What Fun! Potent filmmaking- Ken Ghosh A course in all aspects of filmmaking! Go for it!- Amol Palekar
  16. 16. www.facebook.com/groups/48hourfilmproject www.48hfp.in www.twitter.com/48hfpindia For Partnership & Sponsorship opportunities or to know more contact: Yogi Chopra: 098203 66313 Preeti Gopalkrishnan: 098200 10052 Email: india@48hfp.in yogi@48hfp.in & preeti@48hfp.in