Updated Announcement - Thu - 06/25/2019
We, at Triangle Muslims, are looking forward to the 48 Hour Greensboro Film Festival - an offering of our Arts & Culture program.
The event on July 10-12 is fast approaching - just two weeks away! Here are some quick updates.
To sign up, please register here
Calling all actors! Ever wanted to be on camera and never tried it? Have experience and want something new on your resume? We need you for the Festival! Make sure you sign up to be a part of this fun weekend!
Goal - Team will have to make a film (7-10 mins) in only 48 hours! The theme of the film will only be known on July 10.
WIIFM (What's in it for me) - Whether you have any experience or not, this should be a fun event where you can explore your talents in many different ways. (technical & arts). Please see the film and the photos from last year to get an idea.
Fly High Productions/Falcon Films team is looking forward to another great year!
The Triangle Muslims youth had put in a marvelous effort last year. Please see the links below for more details.
Need more information? Please feel free to email/text (919 925 2279)
Initial Announcement - Thu - 06/18/2019
Triangle Muslims is excited to announce that we will continue to participate in the Greensboro 48 Hour Film festival yet again this year. The project will be ably led by Sr. Beth Roberts along with Sr. Nuserat Raashid and Sr. Azima Feisal. The Management team liaison will be Zain Khan.
Our film productions - "Fly High Productions", did a tremendous job last year, and we got some fantastic feedback from many people, including the organizers in Greensboro.
Triangle Muslims is looking to assemble a team for the film festival. Teams will have to make a film in only 48 hours! We are looking for youth and adult volunteers interested in fielding a team to compete.
Team Composition - A typical team consists of writers, director, film crew, actors, and an edit/production team.
Travel - Travelling is not required, but you must be available the days in June listed above to put together the film.
To sign up, please register here.
Contact - For more information, contact Sr. Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out one of the previous entrants from Raleigh that won Viewer’s Choice:
If you have not yet registered, https://www.leadnengage.org/post/48hrfilm20
Interest Meeting - Registered participants will be invited to an kickoff meeting on the weekend of Jun 27/28. Likely over Google Meet.
What is the 48 hour Film Festival?
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie - write, shoot, and edit - in just 48 hours. On Friday night, teams draw a genre from a hat. They are then given a character, prop and line to include in their films. On Sunday night, in a wild dash to the drop off event, the film is turned in - and teams celebrate. The film is then screened at a local theater in front of an audience of filmmakers, friends and families.
Screenwriters - The screenwriters are in charge of writing the film. After writing the film, they work with the director on re-writes if the script necessitates it.
Director - The director is the leading creative artist on a movie set. The director works directly with the actors on their performances and has final creative control on almost every aspect of the the film. The director plays a large role in casting, script revisions, shot composing and even editing. Usually, the director is hired by the producer of the film.
Producer - The producer helps organize the entire production. This person helps develop the script into a workable project. They assist with the hiring of actors and key crew members, while keeping track of finances throughout the production. The producer oversees script progress and often assists in creating final distribution plans for the movie.
Camera/Cinematography - The person expert in and responsible for capturing or recording-photographing images for a film, through the selection of visual recording devices, camera angles, film stock, lenses, framing, and arrangement of lighting; the chief cinematographer responsible for a movie is called the director of photography.
Sound - This person is responsible for properly positioning the microphone boom pole during the actual filming. Many times this person is required to hold the boom pole for several minutes at a time, which can be physically demanding. Sound must also be able to follow the actors movements while staying clear of the camera and lights. This makes it a challenging job for achieving the best possible audio.
Editing - The film editor works with the director selecting, assembling, arranging, collating, trimming, structuring, and splicing-joining together many separate camera takes (includes sound also) of exposed footage into a complete, determined sequence of shots - that follows the script. The editor works in a cutting room and the choice of shots has a tremendous influence upon the film's final appearance.
Script Supervisor - The script supervisor works closely with the director by taking detailed notes concerning what has been shot, needs to be shot, and also notes any deviations from take to take. He/she also makes sure that the dialogue corresponds with the script. The script supervisor also takes logging notes that are essential in the post production editing process, such as locating shots and finding the best takes. Many times the script supervisor assumes the role of continuity, ensuring the consistency between scenes and shots.
Production Assistant - A production assistant usually does any general duty or minor task that the production heads may need. Basic duties may include dispersing walkie-talkies, setting up pop-up tents and tables, running basic errands as needed or attaining any other last-minute item that the production might need.
Prop Master - The prop master acquires, organizes, maintains and accounts for all the various props needed for the production. A prop is basically any set decoration piece that can be moved readily easily. This includes many items like guns, knives, books, phones, dish-ware, food, musical instruments, pets or any other item that needs to be present to fulfill the story line.
Costume Designer - The costume designer makes decisions on which wardrobes and costumes actors will wear based on the script requirements and character portrayals. Costume designers create or choose various clothing patterns, designs, colors, sizes and accessories for each wardrobe used during production.