V48HOURS is a filmmaking competition that just has to be experienced.
Yoobee@Natcoll tutor Alex Perkins has a long history with this crazy weekend…”My involvement with the 48 Hours Film competition began in 2004 even before it became a super crazy nationwide competition. I competed with a team of friends in Wellington under the name ‘Traces of Nut’ and shot/edited the film ‘The Flatmate Tree’ which made it into the finals. Taika Waititi (of Boy fame) won the Wellington competition that year with a crazy little film called ‘Heinous Crime’ – I will never forget the laughter he received from the audience or the enormity of the cardboard cheque he carried away as winner. It was awesome.”