48-Hour Film Festival
Film and Music Festival 2020
Congrats to our finalists!
||The Man in the Red Tie
|Keeping It Reel
||The Crowded Party
||What'll I Do
||Missionaries & Mobsters
|The Comprehensive Souls
|The Overwhelming Collective
||The Two Hostages
- Before the festival begins, film teams are encouraged to collaborate with teams entered into the music portion of the festival and recruit interested actors.
- Film teams may include up to five crew members. Crew members must be registered before the event begins.
- Teams may use an unlimited number of actors.
- All crew members must be current BYU students; actors do not need to be BYU students.
- Each team is limited to one entry.
- All films must be adapted from one or more of the designated public domain literary works.
- All films must be no more than five minutes long.
- All films must be limited to original video footage recorded within the allotted 48-hour time period. Films cannot include any third-party video or previously-recorded video, regardless of copyright status, ownership, or permission.
- All music used in a film (if any) must be selected from the festival’s designated music library. Films cannot include any other music, regardless of copyright status, ownership, or permission.
- Each team must upload a low-resolution version of their film by the end of the allotted 48-hour time period. Teams should be aware of export and upload times! A high-resolution version of the film, without any further edits, must be delivered to the Copyright Licensing Office by the following Monday at 8:00am.
- All submissions should adhere to the BYU Honor Code; submissions with explicit language or content will be disqualified.
- All submissions will be covered under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.
- Copyright Licensing Office employees and immediate family members are not eligible to collaborate with any team or participate in any project.