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IFP Phoenix introduces the 240 to Glory Film Challenge!

THE 2021 240 TO GLORY FILM CHALLENGE IS NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!!

WHAT IS IT?

This past year plus has been really hard on everyone. We think it’s time to have a little fun. Filmmakers like that kind of thing, right? So we wanted to do a film challenge and get your creative juices flowing again. We think 48 hours would be even tougher this year. We still want to keep things compressed, but also give time for safety and doing things the right way. So this summer, we’re giving you 10 days (hey, that equals 240 hours!) to make an awesome film and submit it for screening. We will give you a prop and line of dialog at our virtual kickoff event. You and your team then have 240 hours to write, shoot, edit, and generally go crazy with filmmaking! (note – teams are responsible for providing their own gear).

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IFP Phoenix Events

Filmmaker Challenges

IFP Phoenix is proud to present two fun film challenges each year!  Learn more and sign up today!

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Monthly Movie Meeting

A monthly screening opportunity for local amateur and professional filmmakers in the greater Phoenix area to show their work and get valuable peer feedback.

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Filmmaker Fusion

Blending the artistic talents of filmmaking professionals in a monthly hybrid networking meeting with a panel of guests..

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Our partners make the filmmaker community strong

We’ve partnered with Phoenix-based vendors and national film festivals to offer special discounts and valuable services for IFP Members. View a full list of our partners here.

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