The challenge involved signing up in advance, then at 10am on Saturday 5th October 2013, the theme was texted and emailed to those who had signed up. They then had 48 hours to make and submit a film.
The theme was "support" and participants were asked to keep the overall Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival theme of "reality" in mind as well.
Eight films were received and the winner of the challenge was team "Unlikely 2 Finish", Finlay, David and Chris from Moray College UHI for their "Two Short Films" entry.
It was incredibly hard to choose a winner due to the high standard, creativity and passion for the topic portrayed through these films and all participants deserve high praise for their efforts.
The videos will be shared to promote understanding and provoke thinking about how support can come from a variety of sources.
The 48 Hour Film Challenge took place for students as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival which is held yearly in October with a huge number of events and exhibitions being held all over Scotland: www.mhfestival.com.
Watch all the videos here