Marianna Petrenko

100 hours Film Racing

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100 hours Film Racing

We decided to support our actor friends in Atlanta, Lyubov and Brian, who starred in a short amateur film and attended the Film Racing festival and, of course, I took my camera with me to film a report about this event!

Film Racing is an International Filmmaking Competition that challenges filmmakers of all levels to create an entire short film in a set period of time 100 Hours.
At the beginning of the competition, the filmmakers are emailed three Elements that must be incorporated into their film - a Prop (for example a Broom), an Action (for example, pushing a button) and a Theme (for example, Identity Theft). 
Using these Elements, the filmmakers then have the prescribed amount of time (24, 72 or 100 hours) to write, cast, film, edit and submit a completed short film.

This season the theme was “Behind the porcelain faces” and the audience was presented with films by both international and American, including local filmmakers.

Thank you, Love, for the invitation!

In addition to watching films, I discovered a very beautiful old cinema, photos of which I will definitely publish on the blog!