The 48 Hour Film Project is back on for Dallas filmmakers,
the producers of the event announced today.  The national organization
named Danny Ohman and Gary Underwood as co-producers for Dallas, keeping the
event on schedule for June 15, 16, and 17 in North Texas.

Ohman and Underwood will organize and promote the popular filmmaking event
which was nearly cancelled following the departure of the event’s producer in

The 48 Hour Film Project is the ultimate filmmaking challenge. 
Participants are required to film, edit, shoot and deliver a four to seven
minute film within 48 hours.

When he’s not volunteering to run a film project, Danny is the VP of production
for Youtoo Media, “an event like the 48 Hour Film Project is really
important for young film makers seeking experience and exposure to working
media professionals in their community,” said Ohman.  “When we
heard this might be cancelled this year, I made a few calls to friends who
share my passion for film, and we put together a team to keep our local event
on schedule.”

All event logistics, sponsorship sales and public relations are being handled
by co-producer Gary Underwood and exact-communication in Dallas.

Local filmmakers can sign up at

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