The Christian Filmmakers 36-Hour Contest will take place April 10-11. The competition will begin at noon CST on April 10 and will include seven security elements designed to ensure the film is done in the correct way in the assigned time frame. Required elements will include props, dialog and settings.
The founders of the competition created it out of an alumni group from the 2005 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival.
Nathaniel Bluedorn, administrator of Christian Filmmakers.org explains, “Our goals with this contest are to 1) have fun, 2) showcase the stories Christians are telling today and 3) connect filmmakers. Christian Filmmakers.org is a growing network of faith-based filmmakers. We started in 2007 and we have more than 1100 members now. We’re doing this contest to help build connections between Christian screenwriters and actors and directors–all types of film professionals–around the world.”
For more information on the contest, see http://www.christianfilmmakers.org/