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The Five Obstructions Film Screening and Discussion

The Five Obstructions Film Screening and Discussion

Selected by Cranbrook Art Museum curator Laura Mott to facilitate her interview with artist Scott Hocking, who is currently exhibiting at Tube Factory artspace, we will screen The Five Obstructions and The Perfect Human then reference the interview between her and Hocking.

The Five Obstructions is a 2003 Danish documentary film directed by Lars von Trier and Jørgen Leth. The film is conceived as a documentary, but incorporates lengthy sections of experimental films produced by the filmmakers. The premise is that von Trier has created a challenge for his friend and mentor, Jørgen Leth, another renowned filmmaker. von Trier’s favorite film is Leth’s The Perfect Human (1967), and von Trier gives Leth the task of remaking The Perfect Human five times, each time with a different “obstruction” (or obstacle) imposed by von Trier.

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48 Hour Film Screening @ IMA

48 Hour Film Screening @ IMA

It’s that time of year again! The 48 Hour Film Project screening will once again be held at the Tobias Theater, aka “The Toby,” inside the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The TWO screening times will be at 8pm and 10pm. $10 per showing!

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

 

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48 Hour Film Meet-Up: Bub’s Burgers

48 Hour Film Meet-Up: Bub’s Burgers

Are you thinking about participating in the 48 Hour Film Project? Or are you already part of a team? Great! You are invited to a series of meet-up mixers where you can get to know other filmmakers, find a team, and learn more about the project and identify potential shooting locations.

Please RSVP via a free ticket on Eventbrite.

This is the last scheduled meet-up so don’t miss out!

 

The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie – write, shoot, and edit – in just 48 hours. On Friday night, teams draw a genre from a hat. They are then given a character, prop and line to include in their films. On Sunday night, in a wild dash to the drop off event, the film is turned in – and teams celebrate. The film is then screened at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in front of an audience of filmmakers, friends and families. The screening will be August 8, with screening times to be announced after all teams have registered.

Register your team for the 48 Hour Film Project by CLICKING HERE!

Check out last year’s winning film by CLICKING HERE!

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48 Hour Film Meet-Up: Oaken Barrel

48 Hour Film Meet-Up: Oaken Barrel

Are you thinking about participating in the 48 Hour Film Project? Or are you already part of a team? Great! You are invited to a series of meet-up mixers where you can get to know other filmmakers, find a team, and learn more about the project and identify potential shooting locations.

Please RSVP via a free ticket on Eventbrite.

Can’t make it to this meet-up? Don’t sweat it! There is still one more mixer opportunity left (see below).

July 21: Bub’s Burgers
210 W Main
Carmel, IN
9 p.m.
RESERVE TICKET HERE
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie – write, shoot, and edit – in just 48 hours. On Friday night, teams draw a genre from a hat. They are then given a character, prop and line to include in their films. On Sunday night, in a wild dash to the drop off event, the film is turned in – and teams celebrate. The film is then screened at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in front of an audience of filmmakers, friends and families. The screening will be August 8th, with screening times to be announced after all teams have registered.

Register your team for the 48 Hour Film Project by CLICKING HERE!

Check out last year’s winning film by CLICKING HERE!

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48 Hour Film Meet-Up: Thr3e Wise Men

48 Hour Film Meet-Up: Thr3e Wise Men

Are you thinking about participating in the 48 Hour Film Project? Or are you already part of a team? Great! You are invited to a series of meet-up mixers where you can get to know other filmmakers, find a team, and learn more about the project and identify potential shooting locations.

Please RSVP via a free ticket through Eventbrite!

Can’t make it to this meet-up? Don’t sweat it! There are still two more mixer opportunities left (see below).

July 20: Oaken Barrel
50 Airport Parkway
Greenwood, IN
6 p.m.
RESERVE TICKET HERE

July 21: Bub’s Burgers
210 W Main
Carmel, IN
9 p.m.
RESERVE TICKET HERE

The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie – write, shoot, and edit – in just 48 hours. On Friday night, teams draw a genre from a hat. They are then given a character, prop and line to include in their films. On Sunday night, in a wild dash to the drop off event, the film is turned in – and teams celebrate. The film is then screened at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in front of an audience of filmmakers, friends and families. The screening will be August 8th with screening times to be announced after teams have registered.

Register your team for the 48 Hour Film Project by CLICKING HERE!
Check out last year’s winning film by CLICKING HERE!

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Make a film in 48 Hours! Registration Opening Soon

Make a film in 48 Hours! Registration Opening Soon

 

The Indianapolis 48 Hour Film Project is produced by Big Car. It is open to professional, amateur and first-time filmmakers in Indianapolis. It is awesome. You should do it.

On Friday night, July 31, all registered teams meet to get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a randomly-chosen genre, all to include in your movie. [Animators and puppeteers welcome!] Then you have exactly 48 hours to make it all happen—from story to soundtrack to editing. Turn it in. High-fives. Take a long nap.

All on-time films screen to cheering audiences at the Tobias Theater at IMA the evening of Saturday, August 8. One winning team from Indianapolis will screen their film at the international Filmapalooza in Hollywood.

The sooner you sign up, the cheaper it is, and you can get started recruiting cast and crew. Prices are per team, not per person. Registration opens May 27, 2015 at 48hourfilm.com/indianapolis. Register before July 6 and pay just $140. Between July 7–July 21? $160. July 22–July 31 = $175

Join the 48 Hour Film Facebook group to keep up to date, network and share your experiences along the way!  Questions? E-mail email hidden; JavaScript is required.