You are almost out of time to register for this year’s Four Points Film Project (Nov 8th-11th), which means that you are also almost out of time to make a film that could screen at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner in 2020!
That’s right–the Best Film winner from Four Points will automatically be a part of the 48 Hour Film Project’s official screening next year in Cannes at the Short Film Corner.
Last year’s winning film was “To Have and to Hold” by Pan-American Film Division (Buffalo, NY), and screened at Cannes earlier this year–check it out below.
And now it’s your turn. The Four Points Film Project is just like the 48HFP, but you get more time and everything is online. Read all of the official rules on the website.
This can be your gateway to Cannes, as a part of next year’s Short Film Corner.
Sign up for your shot while you can: 48hourfilm.com/4pfp