WIFF announces 2021 edition of Mark Boscariol 48-Hour FlickFest

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!

It’s that time again – grab a camera or a phone, some family or friends, and spend 48 hours creating a masterpiece! We encourage sign-ups of all age ranges, levels of talent, and from any city in Canada or the US! Sign up to take part in the Mark Boscariol 48-Hour FlickFest – it’s sure to be a fun challenge!

WIFF is excited to be once again partnering with Rose City Politics as the sponsor of the event.

“Rose City Politics is proud to support a cultural institution in our hometown,” says Doug Sartori of RSP. “Besides being an incredible event for audiences and participants alike, FlickFest is something our late friend and associate Mark Boscariol cared deeply about.”

“Our friend Mark Boscariol founded WIFF. He had a particular passion for the inventiveness, fun and controlled chaos of having teams make a short film in only 48 hours,” says Vincent Georgie, Executive Director and Chief Programmer of WIFF.” I think he would be amazed to know that this tradition carries on, and has grown to include enthusiastic participants from all over North America.”

What is FlickFest?

The Mark Boscariol 48-Hour FlickFest is a component of the Windsor International Film Festival and celebrates the ingenuity and determination of filmmakers (of all levels!) by offering them a creative challenge:
Write, Shoot, Edit and Deliver a finished film in only 48 hours.

Who can participate?

Anyone and everyone! We encourage all to participate no matter the skill level.

What do I need?

Whatever you already have. Get creative with what is readily available to you. You don’t need fancy equipment, cell phones and webcams work just fine!

When is it happening?

The Mark Boscariol 48-Hour FlickFest kicks off on Friday, July 9 at 7 p.m.

Gather your housemates and family members, cameras and iPhones, and creative spirit and participate in a truly crazy and rewarding 48-hour competition.

Registration is now open!