MIP In The News
MIP in the Movies!
The HAMILTON24 was founded in the Spring of 2008 as the Hamilton 24-Hour Film Festival. The idea was simple: to hold a fun, community-enhancing event in which filmmakers would produce short films within a 24-hour period and then screen them publicly. With only two months of planning, the event became an overnight success. Fourteen filmmaking teams registered, and the screening audience numbered nearly 200 people! Three industry judges (including Gemini-winning Canadian producer Peter Meyboom) juried the films, and prizes worth nearly $7000 were distributed.
Check out the link below featuring MIP on location in of H24 2012's Top 10 Video winners:
They were given a line of dialogue (May the force be with you); A prop (skipping rope); And a location (under a table); Which where all randomly chosen at 8:00 PM on Friday night.
They then had until 9:00 PM on Saturday night to design, film, edit and submit their video.They won one of the top 10 videos submitted! Enjoy.