WHAT IS THE 24-HOUR VIDEO RACE?
The 24 Hour Video Race is a fun filmmaking competition in which teams of video makers have 24 hours to write, shoot, edit and score an original short film.
The 2014 24-Hour Video Race will begin at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas/Mockingbird Station on a Friday March 27th at 11:59 pm with a theme, prop, location and line of dialogue assignment for the film. The race concludes 24 hours later with a sprint to the finish line back at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas. Teams will hand in an H.264 QuickTime file on a USB flash drive that we will provide.
All of the films that make it by the 12-midnight deadline will be screened at the Angelika and compete for awards and bragging rights. The winning videos will also beon You+Media Dallas and will be eligible to be screened on KERA Channel 13’s Frame of Mind,
Who Can Race?
Accountant by day, aspiring filmmaker by night? Highly paid professional in the film industry, bored with having to repress your creativity on client jobs? Want to try out a new technique and see how it plays for an audience? Always wanted to make a film but never had the time or budget? This is the competition for you!
Anyone with a camera and nerve can enter. Media makers from elementary-school kids to professional filmmakers can compete in this event.
Student teams compete against other student teams, but adult teams are categorized by team size rather than skill level, since most teams have a mix of professionals, novices and everything in-between.
Requires only 24 hours, creativity, motivation, easy-to-come-by equipment and a small fee that enables the Video Association of Dallas, a non-profit organization, to make this event happen.
The 2014 24-Hour Video Race is limited to 100 teams. Teams are not registered until paid in full. You are strongly encouraged to field the size of team.. Registration online open until 5 pm. March 28th. You may register in person at the Angelika for in person from 7pm to 11 pm for $5 extra.
Thanks you Video Race Sponsors who make this event possible