Lionsgate’s “Hellbenders” & “JUNE” producer Gregor Habsburg joins 48FILM Project Jury

48FILM Project has nabbed “Hellbenders” and “June” award winning producer Gregor Habsburg to join the 2015 Jury. The festival is an international online short film competition, which heralds a $100,000 production budget as the Grand Prize.
By: 48FILM Project Inc.
Award winning producer Gregor Habsburg joins 48FILM Project Jury.
Award winning producer Gregor Habsburg joins 48FILM Project Jury.
LOS ANGELES - Dec. 14, 2015 - PRLog -- The 48FILM Project is honored to announce that Lionsgate’s “Hellbenders” & “JUNE” producer Gregor Habsburg has joined as a juror for the 2015 competition.

The short film competition made headlines earlier this FALL by announcing the $100,000 (one hundred thousand dollars, USD) budget to film a feature film as Grand Prize.

As a director/writer and art director, Gregor has worked on commercials, award winning short films, televised music festivals and studio pictures including Sony's ‘Dance With Me,’ MGM's ‘Stigmata’ and Columbia Pictures' ‘Hanging Up.’

In 2009, Gregor formed his own production company, De Angeles Films.  In 2011 Gregor teamed with Circle of Confusion to co-produce the 3D horror-comedy ‘Hellbenders,’ which was released theatrically by Lions Gate.  In 2012 he produced ‘Coffee, Kill Boss,’ which premiered at the Austin Film Festival, and has won several awards including “Best Comedy” at the Eugene International Film Festival in Oregon.  In 2014, Gregor produced ‘JUNE’ which is currently available on DVD and Digital.  In 2015, he Co-Executive produced David Moscow’s (“Big”) directorial debut, ‘Desolation,’ which is currently in post-production.

With his highly trained eye and knowledge of producing, Mr. Habsburg will be instrumental in selecting the 2015 48FILM Project winners.  Winning films will be screened at the 2015 award ceremony in Los Angeles, California on February 9, 2016 at the Director’s Guild of America.

The 48FILM Project online festival is open to everyone: beginner to professional, from all nations.  Once registered, a competing team selects a genre and importantly: when they want to start the clock. 48FILM Project provides three (3) elements that are required to be included: a character, a line and a prop. Filmmakers then have forty eight (48) hours to create a short film in English or with English subtitles, four (4) to seven (7) minutes in length and upload it to Creators retain the rights to their own intellectual property.

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To register and be eligible to win the Grand Prize of making a feature film:

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