The 2012 24-Hour Video Race

Posted by    |    May 5th, 2012 at 9:50 am

The 2012 24-Hour Video Race began at the Dallas Angelika Film Center (Mockingbird Station) Friday, May 4th 2012 at 11:59pm with a theme, prop, location and line of dialogue assignment for the film. The race concludes 24 hours later with a sprint to the finish line back at the Angelika. All of the films that make it by the midnight deadline will be screened and compete for awards & bragging rights. The winning videos will later be screened at the 25th VideoFest in September at the Dallas Museum of Art, and also on Frame of Mind, a KERA television program.

This year, the demented minds that run the race (yes Bart, I am talking about you), came up with the following elements:

Theme: Going Green

Location:  A Closet

Prop:  Fortune Cookie

A line a dialog is:  I don’t know, what do you think?

Once again, YouPlusMedia will be represented at the judges’ table viewing videos from talented content creators primarily from DFW.  We are humbled to be included with a panel of distinguished judges from the film and video community.  The events unfold as follows:

Tuesday- Thursday, May 8-10th 6-10 pm contestant’s screenings Angelika Film Center Dallas

Monday, May 14th Monday 6-10 Race finalist screen-Winners announced

All events take place on the 2nd floor of the Angelika Film Center Dallas at Mockingbird Station

 

YouPlusDallas Launches Short Films Network

Posted by    |    August 21st, 2011 at 5:00 am

YouPlusDallas is launching YouPlusShortFilms,  a new initiative designed to support Texas-based film makers.  Our friend, Bart Weiss, has been kind enough to experiment with us in this noble effort, and so we inaugurate our new network by showcasing the winners of the tenth annual  24 Hour Video Race.  This event is presented annually by the Video Association of Dallas.

KERA’s Anne Bothwell, photographer/videographer David Leason, D Mag’s Peter Simek, Laura Neitzel, a founder of the 24 Hour Video Race ten years ago and I judged the final entries which were screened on Monday, May 23 at the Angelika Film Center. (more…)