The films are in!
Take 24 is our annual 24 hour short filmmaking competition.
The clock started ticking at 6pm on Friday 2 February. Teams had just 24 hours to write, shoot and edit a 3min 30sec short film using only their guile, wit and probably a smartphone.
18 teams submitted their final cuts by the deadline and treated us to a wide variety of films: from mystery to murder and heartbreak to hamsters, we had it all!
The vote for the final category of Audience Favourite is now open. Watch the films via the button below and vote for your favourite by Sun 25 Feb.
Want to check out the competition and find out what on earth all the teapots are about? Click the buttons below to watch the films from 2022 and 2023!
Judging Panel 2024
Daniel Kallin (he/him)
Vice President, Student Cinema
Daniel runs the independent cinema in which the Take 24 films are being shown, Warwick Student Cinema, as Vice-President in-between studying for a degree in Film Studies here at Warwick. Daniel is a projectionist, digitally and on 35mm, and helps organise collaborations for Student Cinema, such as this one.
Anna Taylor (she/hers)
President, Students' Union
Anna is the current President of Warwick Students' Union - she was previously on the exec for the Student Cinema, and as such, has learnt from the best how to thoroughly enjoy films!
Max Pike (he/him)
Vice President for Societies, Students' Union
Max is the VP for Societies at Warwick Students' Union. Having spent the year taking an intensive crash-course in all things student hobby-related, he's excited to jump into the world of films and see what the different participants put together.