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  1. 15 Minute Pit Stops In 2025, it will only take 15 minutes to recharge your car. In these circumstances, what would you do with those 15 minutes to recharge yourself while you recharge your car? Send in your pitches for a 3 to 5 minute original short film that tells the story about a future where you have 15 minutes to yourself to do whatever you want while you wait for your car to recharge. A total of 3 pitches will be chosen to make into short films. If your pitch is one of the winners, you will receive a production budget of $15,000 to produce and deliver your short film in three weeks. Your pitch should be in English and include an original title, a written script, a concept explanation, a budget breakdown of your proposed 3 to 5 minute film, your biography, and links to your previous work. Bids may also include visuals such as story boards, mood boards, or sample images. The finished films will be promoted through a paid social media campaign and live on BASF’s website.
  2. Filmaka is hosting a Web Series Competition on the topic FANTASY A GOLDEN OPPERTUNITY TO MAKE YOUR OWN WEB SERIES. How? It's Simple. Just submit your WRITTEN PITCH for the 3-5 minute pilot of an original FANTASY web series to the Filmaka website. BEFORE THAT YOU NEED TOJOIN THE FILMAKA COMMUNITY. FIRST BECOME A MEMBER OF FILMAKA. Filmaka members have three weeks to submit Written Pitches for the 3-5 minute pilot of an original FANTASY web series they want to create. After the Pitch competition closes, up to four (4) winners will be given $5000 each to shoot their Short which is the pilot for an original web series. The winners will have eight weeks to submit their Short along with nine (9) written Scripts, that together will make up a ten-episode web series. Out of the maximum four (4) submissions, one winner will be awarded $25,000 to produce their original web series. THE PITCH: The Pitch and/or the Scripts should be as detailed as possible so that Filmaka executives have a clear vision of the web series the Member wants to create. Character lists, an overall summary of the web series, storyboards and scene sketches may be included as part of the Member's submission. While there is no limit to the number of pages for the Pitch or Scripts, it is important to remember that the produced version of the Pitch or Script will only be three (3) to five (5) minutes in length. STAGE ONE: June 11th-July 2nd, 2018 (three weeks including three weekends): Submit your written Pitch for the 3 - 5 minute pilot of the web series that you want to direct. FANTASY IS THE ONLY GENRE FOR THE COMPETITION. By July 16th: Maximum four (4) winners will be selected. STAGE TWO: July 18th-September 12th (eight weeks including eight weekends): Up to four (4) Stage One Winners are awarded $5000 each to shoot a Short (3 to 5 min. long) based on their winning Pitches. In addition to their Short, winners of Stage One are required to submit nine, 3 to 5 minute Scripts, that along with their Short, is a ten-episode web series. Filmaka Members have eight weeks to submit both their Short and the nine written Scripts. STAGE THREE: September 21st: Out of the up to four (4) submissions, Filmaka executives will choose one grand prize winner who will be given $25,000 to produce a ten-episode web series based on their winning submission. The Entry Period for Stage One, begins at 12:00:01 am Pacific Standard Daylight Savings Time ("PST") on Monday, June 11th, 2018 and ends at 11:50:50 pm PST on Monday, July 2nd, 2018. The up to 4 winners from Stage One will be announced no later than July 16th, 2018 by 11:50:50 pm PST. The Entry Period for Stage Two for the up to 4 winners of Stage One begins at 12:00:01 am PST on Wednesday, July 18th, 2018 and ends at 11:50:50 pm PST on Wednesday, September 12th, 2018. The winner of Stage Two will be announced on Friday, September 21st, by 11:50:50 PST.
  3. hello!! after a 3 year hiatus straight 8 is back and open for entries we invite anyone, anywhere to make a short film on one cartridge of kodak super 8mm cine film you send the cartridge back to us unprocessed and upload a soundtrack we'll take care of processing and hd telecine at cinelab london if it's great, you'll see your film for the first time at its packed premiere at cannes film festival in may 2016 we'll be organising further cinema/festival screenings later in the year too, showing more films entry is open until feb 29th and you'd need to get your finished film back to us in london by apr 4th more details, past films and entry is at www.straight8.net we're really excited to be back and can't wait to see a brand new crop of straight 8 films
  4. Entrants Can Win up to $12,500 in Prizes and Have Their Clips Screened at Slamdance ROCHESTER, N.Y. (November 11, 2015) - As part of Kodak's ongoing celebration of 50 years of Super 8 filmmaking, the company has launched the Kodak Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge, and is seeking submissions now through December 21. The inaugural online contest, which is free to enter, is designed to showcase the wide range of creative uses of this small gauge format by passionate shooters from all walks of life who revere its unique look. Filmmakers, home movie aficionados, documentarians, sports enthusiasts, musicians, promo/spot creatives and experimentalists from all over the world are invited to submit clips that were originated on Super 8 film and range from 15 seconds to 5 minutes. Entries will be taken in one of three categories: POV (fiction), Action (lifestyle) and Flashback (non-fiction). Once the submission period ends, there will be two rounds of voting open to the general public. The semi-finalist round will begin December 22. The top three videos in each category based on audience votes, along with two semi-finalists from each category chosen by a jury, will be screened at a Kodak event at the Slamdance Film Festival in January 2016. Fifteen films will be chosen in total. The second stage of voting will determine the overall first, second and third place Audience Award winners. A professional panel of jurists assembled by Kodak will select the Jury Award semi-finalists and winner. Prizes will range from a Kodak PixPro SP360 Action Camera and a Pro8mm Rhonda Super 8 camera, to film stock, processing and swag, valued at up to $12,500. The Kodak Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge is hosted on The Audience Awards contest platform. Entrants will need to create a valid Audience Awards account, free of charge. Viewers can also sign up for free to watch and vote for their favorite clips from December 22 to January 25, 2016. All submissions must be shot on Super 8 film, either with or without sound. Hybrid productions need to be comprised of a minimum of 50% Super 8 footage. Clips can be from any year, original pieces of work or excerpts of longer form projects, and previously exhibited or distributed. For more information and official rules, visit the Kodak Super 8 Filmmaker Challenge.
  5. LOS ANGELES (October 21, 2015) – The deadline to submit entries for consideration in the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) annual television competition is November 2 by noon (PST). The two award categories are (1) Television Movie, Miniseries or Pilot, and (2) an Episode of a Regular Series. Nominees will be named in November, and winners announced at the awards gala on February 14, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Century City. To qualify for the ASC TV awards, shows must have a premiere broadcast date in the United States between November 1, 2014, and October 31, 2015. Entry forms can be downloaded from the ASC website. Last year’s winners were Jonathan Freeman, ASC for the “Golden Days for Boys and Girls” episode of BOARDWALK EMPIRE, and John Lindley, ASC for the for the MANHATTAN pilot. Chartered in January of 1919, the ASC is defined by their reputation of excellence in advancing the art of visual storytelling. Currently, the ASC has more than 360 active members and 200-plus associate members, all from various sectors of the industry that support the skilled art and craft of filmmaking. Membership and associate membership is achieved through invitation only. For additional information about the ASC, visit www.theasc.com, or join American Cinematographer on Facebook and Twitter (@AmericanCine).
  6. Hello cinematographers, I'm looking around for creative projects or competitions to do on the weekend. The vimeo weekend challenge is a great exercise but I'm looking for something with more direction and maybe a prize pool. Post your suggestions or any competitions you know of.
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