Every year the Glasgow Film Crew assembles at least one team to take part in the 48 Hour Film Project. The rules are simple, pick a random genre, plan, film, edit and deliver a film within 48 hours. Each team has to  include a selection of elements that are announced at the launch night. Mega respect to all the filmmakers that have subjected themselves to 48 hours of madness over the last few years!

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2016

 

BLIZZARD

GLASGOW FILM CREW'S GLASGOW MEGA SNAKE PRESENTS:

What did Dom see?

A Keir Reed & Ian Hendry Film

Winner of 5 Awards: 
Best Film | Best Music | Best Editing | Best Cinematography | Best Use of Line of Dialogue

Character: Domino McGonnigal, Leader

Prop: A tomato.

Line of dialogue: "Think big."

HINDSIGHT

GLASGOW FILM CREW'S FLYING CIRCUS PRESENTS:
A retired hero finds himself drawn back into the superhero world when he's attacked by a supervillain, but is everything about the villainous Domino McGonnigal what it seems...?

Character: Domino McGonnigal, Leader
Prop: A tomato.
Line of dialogue: "Think big."

KETCHUM

GLASGOW FILM CREW NINJA SQUAD PRESENTS:
A stone cold detective and her new partner are on the case of a saucy murder. Made as part of the 48 Hour Film Project Glasgow 2016.

Character: Domino McGonnigal, Leader

Prop: A tomato.

Line of dialogue: "Think big."

2015

 

CARCOSA

***Winner of Best Editing Award***

 

A tourist takes an audio guide tour of the iconic city of Carcosa. 

 

 

Made for the 48 Hour Film Project Glasgow 2015
http://www.48hourfilm.com/glasgow-gb
Elements to be included: 

Character: Tam Ness - Fish & Chip shop worked
Prop: Piggy bank
Line of Dialogue: "On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate this experience"

2014

 

THE BALLAD OF DUSTY BEAUMONT

Completed in under 48 hours as part of the '48 Hour Film Project' - Glasgow 2014. Genre - Musical/Western.
 

Winner of 'Best Titles' prize.

 

Line of Dialogue - It hasn't done that before.
Prop - An empty jar.
Character - Dusty Beaumont - a retired entertainer

2013

 

SUICIDE CLUB

GFC entered the Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project in 2013. The competition is a great way to put people’s abilities to the test and everyone was very proud with what was achieved in just 48 hours. For the competition, there is a prop, line of dialogue and character that each team must incorporate into their film. Then each team picks a genre at random. The GFC pulled ‘Dark Comedy’.

We were awarded ‘Best Writing’  and ‘Best use of line of dialogue’

Line of Dialogue - "Try doing it backwards"
Prop - Dice
Character - Frank - A Delivery man/woman