Attend this film event: 24 Hour Film Race screenings @ the Brattle

It's All Relative [winner in the 2011 24 Hour Film Race]

In an era in which the average film costs about $100 million and takes years to make, the 24 Hour Film Race reduces the process to its basics, and then some. Teams were given 24 hours (from May 18-19) to write, produce, shoot, and edit a complete film after being assigned some obligatory parameters, including a requisite theme, prop, and action. True, the films are a maximum of four minutes long, but the results are surprisingly accomplished. The Brattle will be showing the leading local contenders, with winners to be chosen by judges to later compete with similar contestants from around the world. With titles like Desire, Call Me, Try Another, and Cookie Problems, there are bound to be some real gems. The Brattle Theatre is at 40 Brattle Street, Cambridge | Wednesday, June 20 @ 8 pm; doors 7 pm | call for ticket info | 617.876.6837 or

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