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Sleepless in Las Vegas: The 48-Hour Film Project
Sleepless in Las Vegas: The 48-Hour Film Project

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AIR DATE: July 30, 2010

Here's the challenge. In 48 hours take a camera, crew, lights and whatever else you need and put together an entire film within that two day time frame. That includes writing, filming, editing and scoring.

Sound hard? This weekend about 400 Las Vegas based filmmakers will take that challenge by participating in the 48-Hour Film Project. So how do they do it? From script to screen teams get only a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre and must turn that into a movie.

We talk with Co-Founder of the 48-Hour Film Project, Mark Ruppert about the project and if films made in just two days are worth watching.

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Mark Ruppert, Co-Founder, The 48-Hour Film Project
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