Shanghai’s 48 Hour Film Project

by Peter D. Marshall

by Casey Hall.

The 48 Hour Film Project is a world-wide event that began a decade ago in Washington D.C.. This is the first year that the project, which takes place in 90 cities around the globe, will make its way to Shanghai.

Participant Brian Tam says that as soon as he saw the 48 Hour Film Project advertised, he knew he wanted to have a go at making a film.

“I have no real experience doing anything with movies, but my friends in the United States have participated in this contest and it’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” he says.

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