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  1. Tongal is a community that primarily caters to the advertising industry by using social media to allow registered users to come up with the next great idea or production. Tongal has both a production category and an Ideation category. It is free to join and the prizes on the production side are usually into the thousands of dollars. On the Ideation side, not as much prize money but there is some money and prestige in having your idea selected as a winner as there are usually 500 to a 1,000 entries on the ideation side. Anyways, for those of you who use ARRI cameras, check out the Tongal / ARRI Contest, you could win an incredible prize package and there are multiple prizes. Since the pitch phase has already passed, you can still enter as a wildcard which basically means you read the rules and see if you have already worked on a production that would fit well with the goals of the contest. I could see a few members from this forum being among the winners, The contest closes Nov. 3, 2017 at Noon, so there is time to submit an entry.
  2. Have you made a theater-worthy short and are looking for exposure? Would you like your film preserved on actual film for generations to come? Colorlab is offering the chance to have your short made into a 35mm print and premiered at a Washington DC area theater. Films must be narrative in nature, made in 2016 or 2017, be 20 minutes or shorter, be available in 4K, and have been shot with a majority of 4K video, 35mm film, and/or super-16mm film. We have two categories, Color Narrative and Black and White Narrative. A renewed trend has been the exhibition of traditionally color films as black and white (Logan, Mad Max: Fury Road) and so films DID NOT have to be shot and finished in black and white to submit for the black and white category. Approximately ten finalists will be selected for judging, which will be done by Colorlab employees at a private screening. For full rules and entry form, please visit www.colorlab.com/shorts Entries are due July 22nd. Good luck!
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