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    48-Hour Film Project

    Episode 6: Lilly

    First aired: Tuesday, 8 December 2015 at 18.48 hours

    The film Lilly has taken part in the 48 Hour Film Project this year. The film was made by Team Creativo. The film was at the award ceremony. Lilly was first in Best Use of Dialogue.

    This year at the 48 Hour Film Festival the mandatory sentence was applied in various ways. The sentence "I can not eat with chopsticks" is often used when eating sushi. The film Lilly won the award for Best Use of Dialogue applying the sentence. Lilly is about a couple that loves each other very much. After a night out the couple comes home and result into a fire. At the hospital, Richard realizes that Lilly is the best thing he has ever had. Richard is played by Ferry Doedens and Lilly by Roann Postma.

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    About this program:

    In 48-Hour Film Project short films are shown from four to seven minutes. 48-Hour Film Project is a competition where teams of filmmakers, a genre, a character, a prop and get a dialogue assigned. The teams then have 48 hours to make a short film in which these elements are incorporated.

    In the weekend prior to the Northern Film Festival (1 t / m November 3, 2015), more than 20 teams from Leeuwarden and surroundings have accepted the challenge. The short films which have been made by the teams during the festival on November 14, 2015 shown followed by the prize ceremony by the jury; actor Hugo Metsers, Friese director Mirjam de With and award winning screenwriter Chiel van der Wolf.

    The Frisian filmmaker Bart Doctor organizes this edition Leeuwarden after he has competed several times at the Utrecht edition, where in 2011 he won the prize for best director with his 48-Hour Film "Frank".

    Every Tuesday from 18.50uur Podium.TV will broadcast the films produced in previous years, before there are pictures of this year to see.