Registration for the 10th Annual 29 Days Later Film Project is now open at 29dayslater2018.eventbrite.com! Register by Wednesday, September 12, 2018 and save $20 off the late registration fee. Registration fees have not gone up in three years so you can spend more $$$ on your films. Kick off is on Sept. 26, online turn in is Oct. 25 and the screening is on Friday, Nov. 9 at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore!
At long last we have some official dates! Thank you for your patience. The 10th Annual 29 Days Later Film Project will kick off on Sept. 26, 2018 at the Creative Alliance and films will need to be completed by October 25 (online turn in). This year’s screening will be on Friday, November 9, 2018. Registration link coming soon!
- Timecrowave – Thunder Grunt, Bob Rose (Grand Prize winner)
- Day One – Continuity Pictures, Derek Thomas (Second Place)
- Quills of Light – CSM, Chuck Stone (Third Place)
- LA, with Love – Miss Ash Productions, Ashleigh Coffelt (Fourth Place)
- Gold, Frankenstein & Murder: The Curious Case of the Robin of Bhatmandu – RKV Productions, Victor Acord (Fifth Place)
Michelle Ann Farrell Award for Innovation
- Chuck Stone – CSM, Quills of Light
- Best Directing, Editing and Special Effects – Thunder Grunt
- Best Acting and Cinematography – Miss Ash Productions
- Best Writing – Continuity Pictures
- Best Use of Prop – Gatti Neri Productions
Congrats again to our 16 filmmakers and thanks to our wonderful sponsors and everyone who came out to the screenings. We look forward to hosting the 10th Annual 29 Days Later Project next year. Stay tuned for details in Spring 2018!
Get your tickets now for the screening at the Creative Alliance on September 14! Local filmmakers will premiere shorts made in 29 days all in one exciting night, capped off by a brief awards ceremony! Find out who will take home the $300 cash prize and many other awards. There are some truly amazing films that you won’t want to miss this year. Purchase tickets online at the Creative Alliance web site or by calling 410-276-1651 and check out our lineup at https://29dayslater.com/teams-screenings/.
Here is a highlight reel of some past 29 Days Later films:
Also, a poster for CSM’s 29 Days Later Film Quills of Light that will be premiering at next week’s screening. Filmmakers, if you make a trailer or poster, please share with us and we will try our best to share via our web site and social media. Can’t wait for next week!
It’s not too late to register for 29 Days Later at 29dayslater2017.eventbrite.com! Make a short film in 29 days and compete to win the top cash prize of $300, plus many other awards! Come to the kick off this Wednesday, August 2 in Baltimore and find out what the special prop will be, make new filmmaking friends and catch up with old ones. Even if you are not making a film this year, feel free to join in the fun!
Doors open at 6 pm for check in and mingling (bar will be open!) and we will go over the rules and distribute the prop at approximately 7 pm. Can’t wait for our ninth year!
Sorry for the late notice, but we are returning for our ninth year! Kick off is August 2, 2017, online drop off is August 31 and the screening is on September 14 at the Creative Alliance. Registration is now open at 29dayslater2017.eventbrite.com. This year will be limited to 18 teams due to only having one screening night (last year 30 teams signed up) so please register early to guarantee a spot.
Sign up by July 16 and get the bargain-basement Early Bird rate of $65. Looking forward to another great year of films!
Finally, a long overdue congrats to last year’s winners:
- Overall Festival winner: Shadowtale – Lone Wolf
- Screening Group A winner: Merry Gentlemen – Carpathian Punch Factory
- Screening Group B winner: Shadowtale – Lone Wolf
- 2nd Place: White Ceiling – Continuity Pictures
- 3rd place: The Judges – GreenRobe Productions
- 4th place: Security – Dropped Frames
- 5th place: Silly Little Flashlight – Mapleway
- Michelle Ann Farrell Award for Innovation: Alien Prison Forest – Bladder Productions
Kudos to all of the teams and check out our 2016 Teams page for last year’s category winners.
The 29 Days Later Film Project screenings kick off this week on Thursday, Sept. 22 and Friday, Sept. 23 at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore. Check out our list of teams for each screening night at 29dayslater.com and visit the Creative Alliance web site or call 410-276-1651 for tickets.
This year’s film premieres are shining bright (the prop was a flashlight!) and include shorts about an alien prison forest, adventurers and dragons, a virgin’s quest, a heist love story, merry gentlemen, a hitchhiker thriller, a shrimp and a whale, an animated look at history, a hypnosis gone wrong, a woman with a panic disorder, a suspect research study, a dysfunctional funeral, a ride home, an ancient curse, time travel investigating exes, a mega massacre, a presidential debate, trapped campers, cute dogs, a silly little flashlight, non-stop judges, late night FM radio, a time travel romance, creepy dolls and a scary book.
We will also be showing a video tribute to honor our long-time friend and lead 29 Days Later sponsor from the beginning Michelle Ann Farrell, who passed away unexpectedly this past December.
Past shows have sold out, so don’t delay. Filmmakers, please help us spread the word and let’s pack the Creative Alliance! Doors open at 7 pm and the movie magic begins at 7:30 pm. Tickets are: $10 general public, $7 Creative Alliance members (+ $2 at the door).
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Tickets are still available (but going fast!) for next Thursday and Friday’s screenings at the Creative Alliance on September 22 & 23. More than 25 local filmmakers will premiere shorts made in 29 days over two fun evenings, with the overall festival awards being announced on Friday night. There are some truly amazing films that you won’t want to miss this year. Check out our lineup at 29dayslater.com/2016-teams and purchase tickets online at the Creative Alliance web site.
Here is a trailer from Continuity Pictures. We’re excited to have this former top-five team return after being out of town for a few years. Filmmakers, if you make a trailer, please share with us and we will try our best to share via our web site and social media. Can’t wait for next week!
So the big kick off has arrived! It’s not too late to sign up – visit 29dayslater2016.eventbrite.com to register now or bring cash and sign up at the door!
Attention participants: Doors open at 6:30 pm if you want to get an early start on paperwork and mingle with the nearly 30 teams that have signed up. Registration officially starts at 7 pm. and prop will be revealed at approximately 7:30. Feel free to hang around before or afterwards and have a few drinks; the bar will be open!
Team leaders, please be sure that you have at least one member of your team or a team representative in attendance to sign paperwork, go over rules and pick up the prop. Feel free to bring as many team members and friends as you like — the event is open to the public and the more the merrier! We will also have long-time super judge Chuck Duncan explain the scoring system and what judges will be looking for in your films.
Can’t wait to see everyone tonight!
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We are really excited for tomorrow’s July 27 kick off – can’t wait to see new and returning teams and reveal the prop! This year we are introducing a $300 cash prize to the grand prize winner and overall, there is more than $1200 in cash and prizes. Just visit 29dayslater2016.eventbrite.com to register. Every filmmaker can use a little extra cash, right?
Awards include cash prizes of $200 for the winner of each screening group, $100 for the new Michelle Ann Farrell Award for Innovation, $200 worth of special effects services from Herron Designs, a free film score for a future short film (under 15 minutes) from film composer Craig Dayton, and certificates for categories such as cinematography, acting, writing and special effects.
But it’s not all about the prizes – it’s about getting our ideas to screen, making new friends and reuniting with old ones, making films that we’re proud of and being able to share them with an audience on the big screen.