The i48 is Boise's unaffiliated version of the 48-Hour Film Fest, in which teams of filmmakers must make an entire short film from scratch in the space of 48 hours. Teams are given a single line of dialogue, the name of a character, an assigned genre and a prop to guide them out of the creative vacuum.
Festival organizers have just set the date for this year's competition and screenings:
Competition will run June 3-June 5, with screenings of the completed films scheduled for Saturday, June 11, at The Flicks and a best-of showing Sunday, June 12, at The Egyptian Theatre.
Earlybird deadline for entry is Saturday, May 21, and updated entries will be online soon. Visit i48's Facebook page for more information.
Many of last year's films can be seen here, via the i48 playlist at video.boiseweekly.com.