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    Y.21yAASCA Media Festival Organizers may add to or amend these rules at any time prior to the beginning of the icebreaker activity.
    Every second counts, when you have 45 hours to make a film!
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    adapt the 48HFP Official Filmaking Rules.
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    N.21nJ.21n All films
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    on the eveningafternoon of the deadline (on-time and late) will be
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    according to Rule Q.all rules. To ensure
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    the instructions below, unless instructed differently by your City Producer:below:
    HD films must be down-converted to SD.
    16:9 and anamorphic films must be letterboxed.
    Sound
    Sound levels should
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    the film. (If your film has uneven sound or sound that peaks, it may be modified to protect the playback equipment.)
    Note: Projection specs vary from theater to theater and are beyond the control of the 48HFP. If your film is very dark, it may be difficult to see in your theater.
    O.21o The producer/team leader for each group must submit a complete and signed paper copy of the Team Leader's Agreement at the Kickoff Event prior to being allowed to draw a genre. (This form can be found on the 48 Hour Film Project website.)
    P.21p

    K.21p
    Each teamcoach must secure talent, crew, music releases and locationparental releases, which
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    finished film/video. (The(Download a release forms can be found on the 48 Hour Film Project website.)form.) The film/video
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    not be screened before the 48 Hour Film Project Organizers receiveelegible without the signed releases.
    Q.21qTo

    L.21qTo
    be eligible for the Project, EntriesFestival, entries must be
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    of the Entrant;team; must not
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    any copyrighted elements (other than as owned by the Entrant and/or 48HFP).elements. Entries containing
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    by the 48HFP,festival organizers, in itstheir sole discretion,
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    be disqualified. 48HFP reservesAASCA Media Festival Organizers reserve the right
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    to which Entriesentries are eligible.
    R.21rParticipating groups are encouraged to work with a local composer and/or musicians to write and record music for the films. It

    M.21rIt
    is permissible
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    music used.
    S.21s The Entrant must submit a Certification Statement with his/her completed Entry, certifying adherence to all Official Rules.
    T.21t To be certified as an "Official 48 Hour Film," each participating group's film/video production must follow all rules herein. The 48 Hour Film Project

    N. AASCA Media Festival
    Organizers reserve
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    right to screen only certified "Official 48 Hour Films."
    U.21u No Entries (media or documents) will be returned.
    V.21v 48HFP and Project Parties may, in their sole discretion, disqualify Entries deemed
    make the final determination as to be inappropriate or otherwise non-compliant.
    W.21w All certified "Official 48 Hour Films"
    which entries are eligible to compete for the title of Best 48 Hour Film in its city.
    X.21x All "Best of City" films are eligible to compete for title of Best 48 Hour Film 2009. Panels of independent judges will determine the winners.
    Y.21yThe 48 Hour Film Project
    eligible.
    Y.21yAASCA Media Festival
    Organizers may
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    of the 48 Hour time period.icebreaker activity.
    Every second
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    you have 4845 hours to
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    a film!

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    The following rules apply to each participating group/production team:
    Each team will have a maximum of 6 student members.
    A.21a Times:
    The On-Site Movie-Making Competition will occur between the icebreaker activity and the following Saturday 4 pm local time (45 hours).
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    Organizing Cast
    Securing Equipment
    (See also Rule DEach team will have a maximum of 6 student members and Rule R.)two teacher/coaches.
    D.21d All footage must be shot within the 45 hour time period of the project.
    No stock footage or footage shot or created at another time may be used.
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    Still photographs are permitted, provided that the team has the rights to them. The photos do not need to be created during the 45 hour time period.
    E.21e Each participating group is expected to attend the icebreaker activity.
    At the icebreaker event, each
    The required Character and Prop must be seen on-screen.
    The required Line of Dialogue must be used verbatim. It may be spoken, sung and/or written. It may be in any language, though if it is unclear that it is the Line, there must be a translation.
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    H. Pre-recorded sound effects and music are allowed, but you must have rights to use them.
    I.21m Before the finished film begins, the tape should have:
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    bars and tone
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    A title card with: team name, date, school, country, and title
    This segment of animation (preferred) (other formats available here)
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    The following rules apply to each participating group/production team:
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    of 6 student members.
    A.21a Times:
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    pm local time.time (45 hours).
    The participating group/team must complete its film/video work in time to deliver it to a location to be announced, on Saturday by 4:30pm.
    Only works that meet the deadline will be officially part of the competition.
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    Securing Equipment
    (See also Rule D and Rule R.)
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    within the 4845 hour time
    No stock footage or footage shot or created at another time may be used.
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    during the 4845 hour time
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    during the 4845 hour time
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    participating group must have a representative atis expected to attend the official Kickoff Event of the 48 Hour Film Project.icebreaker activity.
    At the event, each group will submit a Team Leader's Agreement, signed by the team leader.
    Each group will choose the genre of its film in a random drawing.
    Teams will be given the option of relinquishing the genre selected in the drawing for a Wild Card genre. If opting for the Wild Card, teams may not go back to their original genre.
    In addition,
    each group
    The required Character and Prop must be seen on-screen.
    The required Line of Dialogue must be used verbatim. It may be spoken, sung and/or written. It may be in any language, though if it is unclear that it is the Line, there must be a translation.
    To qualify as an "Official 48 Hour Film," each group's film must be in the genre it selects and must contain all required elements within the official time limit and prior to the credits.
    F.21f First Time Cities only:
    Each film must include a landmark (building, monument, etc.) or identifying characteristic (e.g., bus, city office) of the competition city. (Note: The landmark or characteristic must exist inside city limits.) This rule applies only the first time the 48HFP visits a city.
    G.21g All cast and crew must be volunteers.
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    F.21f The finished
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    See Rule I.
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    G.
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    Credits at
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    in Rule H.F. (That is,
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    8 minutes.)
    J.21j Any type of video or film camera may be used, however, a maximum of only two cameras may be used.
    K.21k Sound recordings and Sound Effects: Sound recorders are allowed in addition to the two camera limit above. As with music, pre-recorded

    H. Pre-recorded
    sound effects and music are allowed,
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    use them.
    L.21lFor the United States, Canada, and South Korea, the finished film/video must be in NTSC. For all other countries, it must be in PAL.
    Films must be submitted on one of the following media:
    miniDV (preferred)
    a data DVD with a self-contained, SD, Quicktime file with no proprietary codecs
    (You must read this page before giving us a Quicktime file!)
    a USB flash drive with a self-contained, SD, Quicktime file with no proprietary codecs
    (You must read this page before giving us a Quicktime file!)
    DVD
    We recommend that each team submit two copies of the final film. If the Entry cannot be viewed on 48HFP equipment, it may be disqualified.
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    A title
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    name, date, city, title,school, country, and genretitle
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Tuesday, December 1

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    group/production team:
    Each team will have a maximum of 6 members.
    A.21a Times:
    The 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP) will occur in cities around the world on different weekends throughout the year.

    The 48 Hour Film ProjectOn-Site Movie-Making Competition will occur between a Friday 7pm local timethe icebreaker activity and the following Sunday 7pmSaturday 4 pm local time. This is the Official 48 Hour Time Period. (Days of competition may vary in some countries.)
    The participating
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    announced, on SundaySaturday by 7:30pm.4:30pm.
    Only works
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    the competition. All films received on Sunday (on-time and late) will be screened.
    B.21b During the official 48 hour period,On-Site Movie-Making Competition, all creativity
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    limited to:
    Writing the script
    Rehearsing
    Costume/Set Design
    Shooting
    Editing
    Sound Design
    Rendering
    Outputting to tape or other media
    C.21c
    C.21c The only
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    to the "Official 48 Hour Time Period"icebreaker activity is:
    Organizing Crew
    Organizing Cast
    Securing Equipment
    Scouting/Securing Locations
    (See
    (See also Rule
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    Rule R.)
    D.21d

    D.21d
    All footage
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    the project.
    No stock footage or footage shot or created at another time may be used.
    Animation and special effects are permitted, but must be created during the 48 hour time period.
    Still photographs are permitted, provided that the team has the rights to them. The photos do not need to be created during the 48 hour time period.
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    Film Project.
    At the event, each group will submit a Team Leader's Agreement, signed by the team leader.
    Each group will choose the genre of its film in a random drawing.
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    The required Line of Dialogue must be used verbatim. It may be spoken, sung and/or written. It may be in any language, though if it is unclear that it is the Line, there must be a translation.
    To qualify as an "Official 48 Hour Film," each group's film must be in the genre it selects and must contain all required elements within the official time limit and prior to the credits.
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    Cities only:
    Each film must include a landmark (building, monument, etc.) or identifying characteristic (e.g., bus, city office) of the competition city. (Note: The landmark or characteristic must exist inside city limits.) This rule applies only the first time the 48HFP visits a city.
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    be volunteers.
    H.21h

    H.21h
    The finished
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    Rule I.
    I.21i

    I.21i
    Credits at
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    8 minutes.)
    J.21j

    J.21j
    Any type
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    be used.
    K.21k

    K.21k
    Sound recordings
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    use them.
    L.21lFor

    L.21lFor
    the United
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    in PAL.
    Films

    Films
    must be
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    following media:
    miniDV (preferred)
    a data DVD with a self-contained, SD, Quicktime file with no proprietary codecs
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    (You must read this page before giving us a Quicktime file!)
    DVD
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    be disqualified.
    M.21m Before the finished film begins, the tape should have:
    5 seconds of bars and tone
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    2 seconds of black
    Your film
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    City Producer:
    HD films must be down-converted to SD.
    16:9 and anamorphic films must be letterboxed.
    Sound levels should be relatively even throughout the film. (If your film has uneven sound or sound that peaks, it may be modified to protect the playback equipment.)
    Note: Projection specs vary from theater to theater and are beyond the control of the 48HFP. If your film is very dark, it may be difficult to see in your theater.
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    Project website.)
    P.21p

    P.21p
    Each team
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    signed releases.
    Q.21qTo

    Q.21qTo
    be eligible
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    are eligible.
    R.21rParticipating

    R.21rParticipating
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    music used.
    S.21s

    S.21s
    The Entrant
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    Official Rules.
    T.21t

    T.21t
    To be
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    Hour Films."
    U.21u

    U.21u
    No Entries
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    be returned.
    V.21v

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    48HFP and
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    otherwise non-compliant.
    W.21w

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    All certified
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    its city.
    X.21x

    X.21x
    All "Best
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    the winners.
    Y.21yThe

    Y.21yThe
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    Every second counts, when you have 48 hours to make a film!
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    Part 2 Rules (under construction)
    Adapted from 48HFP Official Filmmaking Rules with permission.
    The following rules apply to each participating group/production team:
    Each team will have a maximum of 6 members.
    A.21a Times:
    The 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP) will occur in cities around the world on different weekends throughout the year.
    The 48 Hour Film Project will occur between a Friday 7pm local time and the following Sunday 7pm local time. This is the Official 48 Hour Time Period. (Days of competition may vary in some countries.)
    The participating group/team must complete its film/video work in time to deliver it to a location to be announced, on Sunday by 7:30pm.
    Only works that meet the deadline will be officially part of the competition. All films received on Sunday (on-time and late) will be screened.
    B.21b During the official 48 hour period, all creativity will take place, including but not limited to:
    Writing the script
    Rehearsing
    Costume/Set Design
    Shooting
    Editing
    Sound Design
    Rendering
    Outputting to tape or other media
    C.21c The only work to begin prior to the "Official 48 Hour Time Period" is:
    Organizing Crew
    Organizing Cast
    Securing Equipment
    Scouting/Securing Locations
    (See also Rule D and Rule R.)
    D.21d All footage must be shot within the 48 hour time period of the project.
    No stock footage or footage shot or created at another time may be used.
    Animation and special effects are permitted, but must be created during the 48 hour time period.
    Still photographs are permitted, provided that the team has the rights to them. The photos do not need to be created during the 48 hour time period.
    E.21e Each participating group must have a representative at the official Kickoff Event of the 48 Hour Film Project.
    At the event, each group will submit a Team Leader's Agreement, signed by the team leader.
    Each group will choose the genre of its film in a random drawing.
    Teams will be given the option of relinquishing the genre selected in the drawing for a Wild Card genre. If opting for the Wild Card, teams may not go back to their original genre.
    In addition, each group will be assigned required elements that must appear in its film, such as a specific character, prop and/or line of dialogue.
    The required Character and Prop must be seen on-screen.
    The required Line of Dialogue must be used verbatim. It may be spoken, sung and/or written. It may be in any language, though if it is unclear that it is the Line, there must be a translation.
    To qualify as an "Official 48 Hour Film," each group's film must be in the genre it selects and must contain all required elements within the official time limit and prior to the credits.
    F.21f First Time Cities only:
    Each film must include a landmark (building, monument, etc.) or identifying characteristic (e.g., bus, city office) of the competition city. (Note: The landmark or characteristic must exist inside city limits.) This rule applies only the first time the 48HFP visits a city.
    G.21g All cast and crew must be volunteers.
    H.21h The finished film must be a minimum of 4 minutes in duration, and a maximum of 7 minutes in duration—not including credits. See Rule I.
    I.21i Credits at the end of each film are limited to a maximum of 60 seconds. The 60 seconds is considered additional to the length of the film, as stated in Rule H. (That is, a film may be 7 minutes long, with an additional 60 seconds of credits, for a total running time of 8 minutes.)
    J.21j Any type of video or film camera may be used, however, a maximum of only two cameras may be used.
    K.21k Sound recordings and Sound Effects: Sound recorders are allowed in addition to the two camera limit above. As with music, pre-recorded sound effects are allowed, but you must have rights to use them.
    L.21lFor the United States, Canada, and South Korea, the finished film/video must be in NTSC. For all other countries, it must be in PAL.
    Films must be submitted on one of the following media:
    miniDV (preferred)
    a data DVD with a self-contained, SD, Quicktime file with no proprietary codecs
    (You must read this page before giving us a Quicktime file!)
    a USB flash drive with a self-contained, SD, Quicktime file with no proprietary codecs
    (You must read this page before giving us a Quicktime file!)
    DVD
    We recommend that each team submit two copies of the final film. If the Entry cannot be viewed on 48HFP equipment, it may be disqualified.
    M.21m Before the finished film begins, the tape should have:
    5 seconds of bars and tone
    (you may use your own bars and tone or download bars and tone here)
    5 seconds of black
    A title card with: team name, date, city, title, and genre
    This segment of animation (preferred) (other formats available here)
    or
    A title card with:
    "This film made for the 48 Hour Film Project 2009. www.48.tv"
    2 seconds of black
    Your film
    N.21n All films received on the evening of the deadline (on-time and late) will be screened, presuming they are eligible according to Rule Q. To ensure the best screening of your film, please follow the instructions below, unless instructed differently by your City Producer:
    HD films must be down-converted to SD.
    16:9 and anamorphic films must be letterboxed.
    Sound levels should be relatively even throughout the film. (If your film has uneven sound or sound that peaks, it may be modified to protect the playback equipment.)
    Note: Projection specs vary from theater to theater and are beyond the control of the 48HFP. If your film is very dark, it may be difficult to see in your theater.
    O.21o The producer/team leader for each group must submit a complete and signed paper copy of the Team Leader's Agreement at the Kickoff Event prior to being allowed to draw a genre. (This form can be found on the 48 Hour Film Project website.)
    P.21p Each team must secure talent, crew, music releases and location releases, which must be turned in to the project organizers with the finished film/video. (The release forms can be found on the 48 Hour Film Project website.) The film/video will not be screened before the 48 Hour Film Project Organizers receive the signed releases.
    Q.21qTo be eligible for the Project, Entries must be the original work of the Entrant; must not infringe third-party's rights; must be suitable for publication (i.e., may not be obscene or indecent); must not contain obscene or pornographic material; may not contain defamatory statements about any person, company, organization or entity; may not invade privacy or other rights of any person, company or entity; may not in any other way violate applicable laws and regulations; and may not contain any copyrighted elements (other than as owned by the Entrant and/or 48HFP). Entries containing prohibited or inappropriate content as determined by the 48HFP, in its sole discretion, to be inappropriate will be disqualified. 48HFP reserves the right to make the final determination as to which Entries are eligible.
    R.21rParticipating groups are encouraged to work with a local composer and/or musicians to write and record music for the films. It is permissible for a participating group to use pre-recorded music; however the participating group must have the rights to any music used in its film and must provide a release for all music used.
    S.21s The Entrant must submit a Certification Statement with his/her completed Entry, certifying adherence to all Official Rules.
    T.21t To be certified as an "Official 48 Hour Film," each participating group's film/video production must follow all rules herein. The 48 Hour Film Project Organizers reserve the right to screen only certified "Official 48 Hour Films."
    U.21u No Entries (media or documents) will be returned.
    V.21v 48HFP and Project Parties may, in their sole discretion, disqualify Entries deemed to be inappropriate or otherwise non-compliant.
    W.21w All certified "Official 48 Hour Films" are eligible to compete for the title of Best 48 Hour Film in its city.
    X.21x All "Best of City" films are eligible to compete for title of Best 48 Hour Film 2009. Panels of independent judges will determine the winners.
    Y.21yThe 48 Hour Film Project Organizers may add to or amend these rules at any time prior to the beginning of the 48 Hour time period.
    Every second counts, when you have 48 hours to make a film!

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