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Can you make a movie - in 24 hours?

Checkered_flag If so, then rev up your camera. The second annual Diesel Film Racing competition is returning to Miami on Friday May 30, when teams of actors, writers and directors will have exactly 24 hours to write, shoot and edit a short film, no longer than four minutes, on an assigned subject.

All of the finished films will be screened for the public on June 5 at the Bill Cosford Cinema on the UM campus. The best movies will go on to compete nationally for cash prizes, filmmaking software and film school scholarships.

You have until Wednesday, May 28 to enter and registration costs $95. For a $10 discount, enter the code FILMRACER. To check out some of the Miami films from last year's contest, scroll down to the bottom of this page.


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