Film Dash

Film Dash is back!

Posted on: February 2, 2010

Keep 5-7 March 2010 free because Film Dash is back for another 48-hour film challenge.

The first Film Dash was loads of fun and produced some really interesting films, but we want this year’s challenge – which has been commissioned as part of Say Hello, which is part of Hello Digital, and is supported by Birmingham City Council, Arts Council and Bullring – to be even better.

For those that don’t already know, Film Dash gives you 48-hours to write, cast, shoot and edit a short film to a set of criteria.

This year’s theme is ‘happiness’, so get thinking, what makes you happy?

If you’re itching to get started you can watch some of the previous Film Dash entries here, read the rules here, or register your interest in taking part by emailing us at

You can start getting your team of five (excluding cast) together right now.

Keep an eye on this blog, or the Film Dash Twitter page and Facebook fan page for updates about the challenge.


1 Response to "Film Dash is back!"

Chris, Ian,

Couple of people have now commented to me that they’ve had no response after mailing filmdash@gmail as they’re prompted to on the front page (‘for more information’).

Could you at least get a confirmation reply out with a couple of handy hints and links in? (The ‘Happiness’ theme is a little out-of-sight in a Feb blog post for instance)

Getting lots of interest at this end. Exciting.

Team Fandango

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Film Dash presents Birmingham's 48-hour film challenge, 5-7 March 2010.

Teams of film makers will script, shoot and edit a film in 48 hours.

Organised by Meshed Media in association with Say Hello, which is part of Hello Digital, Arts Council, Birmingham City Council, and Bullring.


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