24 Hour Video Race 2017

Friday, February 3, 2017 - 11:30pm to Saturday, February 4, 2017 - 11:55pm

Ok 24 Hour Video Race participants!
 Theme: Hipster Heaven
prop: Cassette Tape
Line of dialogue: "Oh, that's how you drain a swamp"

> Regester Here Before 5pm on Feb 3rd for $35 Entry Fee

> Register Here After 5pm on Feb 3 (entry fee goes up to $40)

> Frequently Asked Questions

> Guidelines

> SUBMIT YOUR FILM ONLINE before 24:00 hours on Sat, Feb 4th (Online Agreement & Release)

> Printable Agreement & Release Form



2016 VideoPhile and Viewer's Choice winner:

Narrative Imperative "Nuclear Blast From The Past"


On Friday, Feb 3rd at 11:30pm, video enthusiasts from across the state will gather at Living Arts in Downtown Tulsa size up their competition for the 24-Hour Video Race. The race challenges Oklahoma filmmakers to form small teams with which to write, shoot, and edit a short (no longer than 5-min) video in just 24 hours. The participating teams will be required to incorporate into their submissions a surprise theme, prop and line of dialogue, which will be revealed to them at the stroke of midnight (24:00 hours) on Friday, Feb 3rd. There will be CASH PRIZES for the winners in each category (decided by 3 judges) after the screening at Philbrook museum of Art on Thursday, March 16th.

The Categories are: Animation, Student (18 & under), Experimental, College, and VideoPhile.

There will be a screening of the films at the Philbrook Museum of Art on March 16th, and awards will be given out after at Living Arts.


Gather a team, and come to the Kick Off at 11:30pm on Friday, Feb 3, 2017! There you will fill out a form, pay the $35 registration fee, meet with other teams, and learn about the theme, prop, and line of dialogue, decided upon that evening by representatives from Living Arts, Philbrook and IAO.

The registration form will also available online, as well as the Release and Agreement form and Guidelines.

Videographers must drop off their completed videos along with required registration information at the IAO Gallery (706 W. Sheridan Downtown OKC between Lee & Shartel, Oklahoma City), or Living Arts of Tulsa (307 E Brady St, Tulsa) before 2400 hours (midnight) on Saturday, Feb 4th. This year we also have the option of uploading your submission online. Entries will be judged at a screening at Philbrook Museum of Art on Thursday, March 16th, where the evening will begin at 6pm with a cash bar. The awards ceremony will then take place at Living Arts where the category winners will receive their prizes. $35 entry fee. Registration on the night of Friday, February 3rd will be $40.


To get an idea of what the 24 Hour Video Race is like, here are the theme, prop, and line of dialogue from 2016 (these are decided upon on the night of the kick-off):

theme: blast from the past
prop: voodoo doll
line of dialogue: if you squint your eyes and cock your head...

We would like to congratulate the winners of the 2016 24 Hour Video Race!
•VideoPhile and Viewer's Choice winner: Narrative Imperative "Nuclear Blast From The Past"
•Judges' Choice: Annual Name Change "Thespianism"
• Experimental: Team aWESome "Renmen Période"
• Student: Immortal Jellyfishes "A Time Before Remembering"
• College: Digital Dragons "How Do You Doo?"