Film Students Compete for a $1000 Prize in the DigiTitles.com Best “Making of” Video Contest
Film students have the opportunity to cash in and win $1000 from DigiTitles.com by submitting their best ‘making of’ reel from a production they have worked on. The $1000 prize will go to the ‘making of’ video that generates the most comments and highest rating on DigiTitles.
Montreal (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
DigiTitles.com, the site that features behind the scenes and ‘making of’ content from Hollywood blockbusters and independent productions alike is accepting submissions from film students, with the most popular ‘making of’ video winning a $1000 prize.
The winner will also receive valuable exposure with their inclusion in a winner's press release to be distributed to leading entertainment media outlets and industry blogs and websites, along with DigiTitles.com homepage exposure and social media announcements.
“For film makers of all levels of experience, the ‘making of’ reel is a meaningful part of every production. It can be very entertaining and even a work of art on its own merit,” says Alexander Drojjine, DigiTitles CEO. “Our site is all about behind the scenes content and it’s also designed to embrace independent and student film makers, so we feel this contest is a great fit.”
*To submit a qualifying contest entry, film students must:
1-Create a ‘making of’ video from a current or past movie or TV production they are working on.
2-Signup and create a profile on http://www.digititles.com
3-Submit their video before October 31st at midnight EST with the title “The Making of (Your Production’s Title)”.
4-Spread the word about their entry on social media so they get the maximum number of comments below their DigiTitles video post and the highest possible star rating.
5-The entry with the highest number of comments (75% of score) and the highest star rating (25% of score) will be award the DigiTitles Award for The Best Making of Video
6-The deadline for comments and star ratings is Oct.31st at midnight EST.
The winning entry will be awarded $1000 USD and be given promotional support as outlined above.
For more information, submission rules, and regulations, visit http://www.digititles.com/makingof.
DigiTitles.com makes never-before-seen material available to everybody. On DigiTitles.com entertainment fans can see how their favorite movies, TV shows, video games, commercials, and music videos are made and what they are made of. DigiTitles.com is a free, open, user-generated and user-moderated interactive database of 'the making of' content.
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