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48 Hour Film Project

The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which teams make a movie—write, shoot, edit and score it—in just 48 hours, that must contain a given set of criteria. The following are films that Berkeley Square has submitted into this competition.

Course Correction

Berkeley Square Media is so happy to announce that our film, "Course Correction" has been named BEST IN SHOW for the 2017 Four Points Film Project, as well as FOUR other amazing awards. The film will now be screened at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, as well as be featured at Filmapalooza 2018 in Paris. This worldwide competition had 129 entries this year.

Update: Course Correction has been officially selected to compete at the Saint Louis Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Film Festival, May 4th, at the Science Center’s Omnimax Theater.


What Darcy Saw

One of our best competition-based short films to date, "What Darcy Saw" is a dark fantasy story, created by Berkeley Square for the 48 Hour Film Challenge. Winner of "Best Editing" for the Kansas City Area.

"Exclusive" Wins Awards at KC 48 Hour Film Project

This film was created in 48 hours for submission into the 48 Hour Film Project, Kansas City, 2011.

It won for "Best Graphics" and "Best Writing" in the Kansas City competition.

Reviver

Berkeley Square's submission into the 2010 48 Hour Film Project.

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