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Best of NH 48 Hour Film Project Screening & Awards


Jul 24, 2014
07:00 PM


The top entries in the New Hampshire 48 Hour Film Project will be screened at Cinemagic & IMAX in Hooksett. These films were judged to be the best from the dozens of entries in this year's competition. The collection of short films were produced as part of the world's largest timed filmmaking contest.

On a weekend in June, teams of amateur and professional filmmakers had only 48 hours to write, shoot, edit and produce a 4- to-7 minute film. The teams were given a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and film genre to build around.

Following screening of the films, awards be presented in various categories. The Best Film of NH48HFP goes on to international competition at Filmapalooza in Hollywood with a chance to move on to Cannes International Film Festival.

More information on 48 Hour Film Project and how to get involved is available at




View map Cinemagic & IMAX in Hooksett
1226 Hooksett Rd.
Hooksett, NH

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48 Hour Film Project


(603) 582-3166

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Dan Greenleaf - Producer

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