The annual 48 Hour Film Project wrapped up last weekend, with nearly 40 crews racing around the city trying to write, direct and edit short films in a mere two days. This year, all filmmakers had to incorporate the character of “Bill or Billie Jean Gecko, an assistant,” a suitcase as a prop and the line of dialogue “When did that happen?” The time has come to see the fruits of their labor. It’s always a treat to see what people can pull off (or not) in just 48 hours. The first group of 12 films screens Thursday, Aug. 1 at 6pm. The second group screens at 8:30pm on Thursday. The third and final group screens Friday, Aug. 2, at 7pm. All screenings take place at the KiMo Theatre (423 Central Ave. NW). Admission to each individual screening is $10. If you wanna catch all three screenings, tickets are $29. For more info, including a list of which teams are included in each screening, go to 48hourfilm.com/albuquerque.