This weekend Baltimore’s Creative Alliance is hosting its 10th annual Camm Slamm contest and screening, in which local filmmakers are given forty-eight hours to make a short film from scratch.
Tomorrow contestants pick up a “top secret” prop to be used in the video, and on Sunday evening they screen their completed movies. Winners are determined by audience votes and a judging panel.
If you want to see how creative others can be on a deadline, the films screen at 8 p.m. on October 30th at the Creative Alliance. Tickets are $12 for the general public, $7 for members and students.
If you want to see how creative you can be on a deadline, registration is still open. It’s $50 to enter if you sign up today, $75 if you just show up on Friday.
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