Film, Audio, Media, RMIT

A place for production staff and students in Media, Media and Communication @ RMIT – by Paul Ritchard

Month: September 2013

Viral video competition: Purifier

Focus: Create a video promoting Purifier’s new iPhone app that displays humour or interest potentially resulting in virality.
Deadline: 11 October 2013
Submissions: Please upload the video to YouTube as ‘unlisted’ and send a direct link to bianca@dizzydigital.com.au
Prize: Winner will take away three double passes to Frontier Touring gigs this year, and if the viral video is used in the Purifier marketing campaign, $1,000 cash as payment for their idea.
Brief: Purifier is currently developing a brand new iPhone app to accompany our website, and we need a viral video to help promote the app on launch as part of our marketing and social media campaign. It doesn’t need to be ‘professional’ or ‘slick’. It just needs to be engaging and shareable, whilst communicating that Purifier’s new app is available for download now on the iTunes store.
Key marketing messages:Please use one of the following marketing messages as part of the viral video your create:1. Purify your life… with Purifier2. Connect your music world3. Let music find you
Tone: Purifier is cool, fun, young, fresh, modern, connected, an insider, cheeky and at times provocative.
Viral video reference examples:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201383730983103 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUG9qYTJMsI#t=83
About Purifier: Tired of wasting countless hours trawling websites, blogs, socials and videos for the music content you want? Purifier makes following, sharing and discovering music easy.

Purifier demo video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQ8G6ypRqq8

For more information or Purifier assets: Email bianca@dizzydigital.com.au

film comp

http://www.knog.com.au/cms-knog-film-festival/

My name is Sean Wilkinson and I am responsible for the Consumer and Digital Marketing for the bicycle accessories brand Knog and just wanted to touch base with you regarding a competition that we are currently running.

As you may have heard, Knog are currently in the process of organising the first ever Knog Film Festival here in sunny Melbourne. There will be some pretty incredible prizes up for grabs such as a Tern Bike, Globe x Knog Cruiserboard, Rapha apparel, Timbuk 2 messenger bags, Knog gear and loads more prizes soon to be announced.

What we’re asking is for people to put together a short video (about 15-30 seconds) of their “No Ordinary Night”. Shock, scare, amuse and entertain us! All we ask is that the footage is filmed at night and captures your imagination! These can be Instagram, Vine or Youtube videos etc. so you do not need to have any filming experience to enter.

This competition is open to anyone and the awards night will take place on the 12th October at Baron Said in Melbourne.

shortshorts

http://www.shortshorts.org/

I’m sending this email out to let you know that our festival has just
started accepting short film submissions for the 2014 edition.

We take short films under 25min. produced after June, 2012 in any genre and
Japan premiere status is also required.

IBM: People for Smarter Cities. is offering $22,000 in prizes.

My name is Nikki, a Campaign Manager at Zooppa, a social network of user-generated advertising talent working with big name brands including Google, Reebok, and Warner Bros.

I am writing because I have heard of the talent at your school and would like to invite you and your students to participate in our latest campaign, IBM: People for Smarter Cities.

IBM is looking for 120 second videos about how you would make your city smarter and more efficient, and is offering $22,000 in prizes. The talent of your students would be a great addition to this campaign and a great experience for your students to build their portfolios.

You can get started here<http://zooppa.com/en-us/contests/ibm-people-for-smarter-cities/brief?utm_source=ibm&utm_medium=schls&utm_campaign=ctln>

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you might have! I look forward to speaking with you soon.

48 HOUR FILM PROJECT MELBOURNE 2013

Competition and screenings datesANNOUNCED

48HFP MELBOURNE is back for its sixth year running

The world’s biggest international short film competition returns to Melbourne to challenge and inspire Victoria’s filmmaking community. Participants will be battling it out over 48 hours to take home the award forBest Film. With top prize being a ticket and a trip to this year’sFilmapalooza in New Orleans, 48HFP Melbourne is expecting some stiff competition.

Over one hectic weekend, filmmakers will shoot, edit and score their film. Sounds too easy? We thought so too; 48HFP will give each team a prop, character and line of dialogue to fit in with their randomly selected genre. The competition will be kicking off on Friday 11thOctober at 7:00 pm in The Atrium (Federation Square) and drop off will be 48 hours later, Sunday 13thOctober at 7:00 pm in Deakin Edge, Fed Square.

Every year 48 Hour Film Project Melbourne has brought the local filmmaking community together in a creative forum where innovation and artistry collide.

48HFP is committed to developing the artistic talents of the community by offering filmmakers a chance for networking and international exposure.

Creative Forum, 14th September, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, 2pm free event

In last year’s Melbourne 48 Hour Film Project,the film, The$Anti)Social$Network, swept the awards. The film won 5 awards including Best Film, Best Director (Chris&Tomkins), Best Script (Geoff&Paine), Best Actors (Geoff&Paine&and Michelle&Nussey) as well as the Audience Choice award. They won a flight ticket to L.A to compete in Filmapalooza the 48HFP International competition representing Melbourne out of 120 cities. The film made it as one of the judges’ favorite and chosen to be screen again in the prestige Cannes International Film Festival in 2013.

For more information and to register a team to this year competition

Check out: www.48melbounre.com.au

CONTACT:

Tommy Blum

Festival Director

+61 432 808 636

tommy@48melbourne.com.au



48 HOUR FILM PROJECT MELBOURNE 2013

Competition and screenings datesANNOUNCED

48HFP MELBOURNE is back for its sixth year running

The world’s biggest international short film competition returns to Melbourne to

challenge and inspire Victoria’s filmmaking community. Participants will be

battling it out over 48 hours to take home the award forBest Film. With top prize

being a ticket and a trip to this year’s Filmapalooza in New Orleans, 48HFP

Melbourne is expecting some stiff competition.

Over one hectic weekend, filmmakers will shoot, edit and score their film. Sounds

too easy? We thought so too; 48HFP will give each team a prop, character and

line of dialogue to fit in with their randomly selected genre. The competition will

be kicking off on Friday 11thOctober at 7:00 pm in The Atrium (Federation

Square) and drop off will be 48 hours later, Sunday 13thOctober at 7:00 pm in

Deakin Edge, Fed Square.

Every year 48 Hour Film Project Melbourne has brought the local filmmaking

community together in a creative forum where innovation and artistry collide.

48HFP is committed to developing the artistic talents of the community by

offering filmmakers a chance for networking and international exposure.

Creative Forum, 14th September, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, 2pm

free event

In last year’s Melbourne 48 Hour Film Project,the film, The$Anti)Social$Network,

swept the awards. The film won 5 awards including Best Film, Best Director

(Chris&Tomkins), Best Script (Geoff&Paine), Best Actors (Geoff&Paine&and

Michelle&Nussey) as well as the Audience Choice award. They won a flight ticket

to L.A to compete in Filmapalooza the 48HFP International competition

representing Melbourne out of 120 cities. The film made it as one of the judges’

favorite and chosen to be screen again in the prestige Cannes International Film

Festival in 2013.

For more information and to register a team to this year competition

Check out: www.48melbounre.com.au

CONTACT:

Tommy Blum

Festival Director

+61 432 808 636

tommy@48melbourne.com.au


 

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