Named in honour of WIFF founder, Mark Boscariol, the 48-Hour FlickFest consists of a slate of short films shot and edited by local filmmakers and film lovers over one weekend. FlickFest is an intense, movie-making challenge. Supplied with a line of dialogue, a character trait and a prop, filmmakers are given 48 hours to submit their film. This is a juried competition with over $1,300 in prizes and the screening includes award presentations for eight awards. This challenge is accessible to any individual that wants to test their inner filmmaker.
“The end of the film, is the beginning– Mark Boscariol
of the conversation”
David is the Showrunner, Writer and Director of “A Good Cop” – a drama series exploring the lives and moral dilemmas of three NYPD officers. He also wrote and directed “Midnight Driver”, a film raising awareness about human sex trafficking. He is an alumnus of ScreenwritingU, and has several other screenplays in development.
New York, USA
Victoria Kinkade served on the board of MLW Network as Director of Content, was a partner at
Level 5 Entertainment, and is now the President (and Founder) of Lucky 6 Productions, Inc.
L6P is a fast growing company built on the premise of artists supporting artists, and has
numerous feature projects in all phases of production. She is a repped and produced
screenwriter and producer of 20 years and her specialties include; script doctoring, rewrites,
write-for-hire, and adaptations.
Los Angelas, USA
Bosnian born and raised, Maja Memisevic is Chicago based producer of short films,
documentaries and recently feature movie Directed by Gustavo Martin. She collaborates with talented filmmakers from USA, Canada, Peru, Brazil, France, Mexico, passionately seeking to understand herself, and the world around her, through film. Maja contributes her talents and skills to the ever-growing Chicago film industry (in production/location) on feature films, television, reality shows and commercials for well-known networks as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Fox, NBC, Disney, etc.